This year marks the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of the Albert Einstein Institution. Since our founding, we have made important progress in our mission to advance the study and use of nonviolent action in conflict. Diverse groups around the world are increasingly recognizing nonviolent action as a powerful means of struggle. However, significant challenges remain. The need for the development and availability of high-quality resources on nonviolent struggle continues and is growing.
In response to increased demand, we have taken a number of important steps to expand our programs and activities. These steps include the creation of a new Research Program, the launch of a re-designed website, contact with new groups requesting our work, further translations of our materials, and the publication of a new book, How Nonviolent Struggle Works.
We have outlined these developments in the enclosed newsletter which is available by clicking the link at the bottom of this page.
Together, we can increase our understanding of realistic alternatives to war and violence and spread this powerful knowledge to people struggling for their democratic rights and freedoms. Your support is critical to the continuation and expansion of our work.
Many thanks and best wishes,
Jamila Raqib, Executive Director
P.S. For your gift of $100 or more, we will send you a signed copy of the recently published How Nonviolent Struggle Works by Gene Sharp.