- Moses Monday John (South Sudan Organization for Nonviolence and Development);
- Sherly Fabre (Haiti/USA International Fellowship of Reconciliation);
- Matt Meyer (International Peace Research Association);
- Rosa Moiwend (West Papua Occupied People's Forum, invited);
- and Selam Kidane (Eritrean human rights activist, invited)
Venue: Housmans Bookshop, 5 Caledonian Road, London, N1 9DX.
The Pan African Nonviolence and Peace-building Network (PANPEN) was founded in 2012 around planning meetings for the War Resisters' International South African Assembly. Since then, the network has served as a centre for African grassroots groups and individuals as well as Afro-descendents and their allies throughout the Diaspora. The dynamism of revolutionary nonviolence evident in south-south collaborations and sharing of best practices remained evident at PANPEN's tenth anniversary meetings held in Juba, South Sudan last November. This evening - produced in cooperation with PANPEN, WRI, and The International Peace Research Association (IPRA) - will review the history and future prospects of strategic civil resistance throughout Africa and the Global South.