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20 February 2015
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INNATE (an Irish Network for Nonviolent Action Training and Education)

INNATE is an informal network in Ireland, both Northern Ireland and the Republic, which supports people working for nonviolent and peaceful solutions to problems both at home and around the world.

What we do

  • Produce a monthly newssheet Nonviolent News in paper, e-mail and web editions, providing news about different peace, nonviolence, human rights, green and campaigning groups.
  • Support local anti-war, ethical investment and other campaigning groups with training, publicity and resources.
  • Meet regularly to plan action and support work.
  • Have an extensive web site including a quiz on nonviolence in Irish history.
  • Organise occasional meetings and seminars.

Examples of our work

  • Supporting movements against war by publicising groups and activities.
  • Running training sessions on nonviolence (an active approach to change without violence).

Contact details

16 Ravensdene Park

Tel: 028 9064 7106
Fax: 028 9064 7106

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