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Enough Blood Shed : 101 Solutions to Violence, Terror and War - Mary-Wynne Ashford

Enough Blood Shed

101 Solutions to Violence, Terror and War

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"Enough Blood Shed" confronts the reality of a world awash in weapons and the belief that war is inevitable, with people powerless to change the system. It provides an alternative perspective based on solutions known to be successful because they have been used already.

The first part of the book describes the culture of violence that has led the world to this precipice of hopelessness, and then points to signs of hope that a different future is possible. It outlines the steps being made to build a culture of peace, including the phenomenal power of civil society: the second superpower -- or the conscience of society. Part Two then focuses on the solutions that are possible for all sectors of society: for individuals, including women, children and youth for schools, educators, activist groups and religious organizations for the media, professionals, business and labor for cities, nations and the global community

Focusing on the power of ordinary people to make a difference and packed with effective nonviolent success stories -- often in a setting of hate and provocation -- the book provides guidance, inspiration, hope and empowerment that peace is not only possible, but can be fun along the way.

Mary-Wynne Ashford is Past President of International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War which won the 1985 Nobel Peace Prize. She has been a leader in the international peace and disarmament movement for over 20 years. Guy Dauncey is a sustainability consultant and author of several previous books including "Stormy Weather: 101 Solutions to Global Climate Change."

Author's Preface - Guy Daunceyp. viii
Author's Preface - Mary-Wynne Ashfordp. x
Acknowledgmentsp. xii
Forewordp. xiv
What We're Facing
Introduction
Two Superpowers: The United States and World Public Opinionp. 2
Two Possible Futuresp. 4
What Is at Stake?p. 6
A World Awash in Armamentsp. 8
Thirty Thousand Nuclear Weaponsp. 10
The Roots of Warp. 12
War as a Diseasep. 14
Empires and Warp. 16
Corporations and Warp. 18
Oil and Warp. 20
Addressing Terrorismp. 22
A Culture of Violencep. 24
The Legacy of Gandhip. 26
The Power of Nonviolencep. 28
Small Signs of Hopep. 30
Big Signs of Hopep. 32
The New Ground Rulesp. 34
The Women Have Come to Stayp. 36
Getting the Word Past the Roadblocksp. 38
Democracies Up, Dictators Downp. 40
The World We Wantp. 42
Learning to Standp. 44
Transforming Our Thinkingp. 46
Building a Global Movementp. 48
101 Solutions
Ten Solutions for Individuals
Be the Changep. 52
Stand Up. Speak Out. Join With Othersp. 54
Turn Up the Volumep. 56
Break Down Stereotypes - Meet the Otherp. 58
Speak for the Voicelessp. 60
Resist War Propagandap. 62
Don't Pay for War - Invest in Peacep. 64
Resist the Oppressorp. 66
Raise Caring, Compassionate, Thoughtful Childrenp. 68
Pray, Meditate, Reconcile, and Forgivep. 70
Ten Solutions for Women
Support Women's Valuesp. 72
Join Activist Womenp. 74
Vote for Women/Run for Officep. 76
Demand Action on Security Council Resolution 1325p. 78
Resist Militarism and Foreign Basesp. 80
Speak for the Childrenp. 82
Learn Nonviolent Conflict Resolutionp. 84
Bear Witness to Atrocitiesp. 86
Reject the Glorification of War and Violencep. 88
Speak Truth to Powerp. 90
Five Solutions for Children and Youth
Learn and Use Nonviolent Conflict Resolutionp. 92
Refuse To Be an Enemyp. 94
Stand Up and Speak Outp. 96
Organize Student Actionp. 98
Grab the Mediap. 100
Five Solutions for Schools and Educators
Welcome Diversityp. 102
Establish Peaceful Schoolsp. 104
Teach History for Transformationp. 106
Teach to Understand Each Otherp. 108
Join the International Campaign to Ban Landminesp. 110
Ten Solutions for Activists
Catch Inspiration on the Netp. 112
Support Heroes and Visionariesp. 114
Move the World - Build Successful International Campaignsp. 116
Reclaim Democracyp. 118
Be the Wrench in the Worksp. 120
Walk the Talkp. 122
Bring Enemies to the Tablep. 124
Demonstrate the Possible - Intentional Communitiesp. 126
Aim for the Heartp. 128
Learn to Attract Good Mediap. 130
Five Solutions for Religious Organizations
Seek God in Every Personp. 132
Become a Track II Diplomatp. 134
Lead By Examplep. 136
Teach Nonviolent Resistance and Tolerancep. 138
Meditate, Provide Sanctuary, Prayp. 140
Five Solutions for Media in Conflict Zones
Teach Barefoot Journalismp. 142
Support Journalism for Changep. 144
Learn and Teach Peace Journalismp. 146
Counter Hate Propagandap. 148
Tell a New Storyp. 150
Five Solutions for Groups with Special Expertise
Meet Colleagues on the Other Sidep. 152
Get the Facts Outp. 154
Support International Law - Hold Leaders Accountablep. 156
Say It with Musicp. 158
Give Peace a Dancep. 160
Five Solutions for Business and Labor
Don't Build the War Machinep. 162
Support Cooperativesp. 164
Support Democracy Movementsp. 166
Don't Pay for Warp. 168
Stop the Illegal Money Flowp. 170
Five Solutions for Cities
Take a Standp. 172
Become a City of Peacep. 174
Become a Partner City - Adopt a Townp. 176
Try Something Newp. 178
Join the Mayors' Campaign Against Nuclear Weaponsp. 180
Ten Solutions for Nations
Reduce the Gap Between Rich and Poorp. 182
Empower Womenp. 184
Reform the Democratic Processp. 186
Disarm Civiliansp. 188
Reduce Military Spending and Get Out of the Arms Tradep. 190
Hold Leaders Accountable to International Lawp. 192
Claim a Great Visionp. 194
Support Independent Media and Public Access to Mainstream Productionp. 196
Establish a Ministry of Peacep. 198
Give the Poor a Breakp. 200
Ten Solutions for Nations Acting Globally
Support International Law and the UNp. 202
Reform the UNp. 204
Join the International Criminal Courtp. 206
Work with Civil Society and the World Courtp. 208
Eliminate Nuclear Weaponsp. 210
Eliminate Chemical Weaponsp. 212
Strengthen the Biological Weapons Conventionp. 214
Oppose Ballistic Missile Defensep. 216
End the Paralysis of the Conference on Disarmament in Genevap. 218
Expand Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zonesp. 220
Ten Solutions for Nations in Conflict
Act Earlyp. 222
Prevent Terrorist Attacksp. 224
Take a New Approach to Terrorismp. 226
Deal with the Grievances and Injusticesp. 228
End Bombing and Occupationp. 230
Declare Zones of Peacep. 232
End Launch on Warningp. 234
End War on Public Healthp. 236
Protect Children in War-Affected Areasp. 238
Comply with National and International Law Regarding Prisonersp. 240
Five Solutions for Nations Acting Together
Be a Bridge Across a Conflictp. 242
Adopt the Hague Agenda for Peacep. 244
Implement Responsibility to Protectp. 246
Remember Your Humanityp. 248
Establish a Global Emergency Response Forcep. 250
One Solution for All of Us
Join the Second Superpowerp. 252
Notesp. 254
Indexp. 264
About the Authorsp. 271
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ISBN: 9780865715271
ISBN-10: 0865715270
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 288
Published: 1st June 2006
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 17.15  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.57