The Democracy Hub has a wide range of nonviolent tools and resources for anti-authoritarian and pro-democracy organizing.
Violence – Prevention and De-escalation
This guide documents the surge in antisemitic and Islamophobic hate incidents, explains the link between rhetoric and violence, and provides suggestions and resources to take action.
This memo provides a brief overview of key considerations and pointers for responsible and conflict-sensitive election-related reporting.
Building a Resiliency Network: A Toolkit for Building Community Resilience during a Contentious Election Cycle
This toolkit offers simple, step-by-step guidance and worksheets for leaders seeking to take decisive steps to create resilience to violence in their communities.
Videos and overviews of group norms and social identity within the context of understanding conflict between groups.
Civil resistance-Moving from dictatorship to democracy. Negotiations & elections are the breakthroughs that lead to more democratic outcomes.
The main issue is that the US government’s “democracy promotion” agenda has provided repressive regimes with an excuse to label popular pro-democracy movements challenging them as foreign agents, even when led by independent grassroots nonviolent activists.
There are ways that social movements and organizers can handle violence to their advantage and why violence can backfire.
Conversation Guide about democracy from Living Room Conversations who use guided conversations to build understanding & transform communities.
Security & safety practices, Verbal De-escalation, Office and Organizational Safety, and Security for events and actions by Vision Change Win.