Features in issue 2543

Nonviolent Revolution: George Lakey Tour


The remarkable George Lakey, nonviolence trainer extraordinaire, is coming to the UK in July, hosted by Peace News.

How to start a revolution

by Ian Sinclair

Gene Sharp has influenced popular revolutions and revolts across the globe. PN interviewed him during his recent trip to London.

Kabul at work


PN looks at the remarkable work of Afghan graffitti artist Shamsia Hassani

Can one reporter change the world?

by DD Guttenplan

The US journalist I F Stone thought so

Tacoma Action Figure


Veteran peace activist Bill 'Bix' Bichsel inspires cartoonist

Five resist the census

by John Lindsay

Four hundred people are being prosecuted for refusing to fill out the 2011 census. Many of them took their stand on political grounds. Here are some of those who are resisting.

Bahrain Rises


US activist K. Flo Razowsky reports on Bahrain Witness, US complicity and her deportation from the Gulf kingdom

How Swedes and Norwegians broke the power of the ‘1%’

by George Lakey

George Lakey ponders the lessons from Scandanavia's epic history of nonviolent struggle

Bread and roses

by Emily Johns

Downloadable poster for international women's day