New content on Empowering Nonviolence

en
es
The Sinjajevina highlands - lots of open grassland. In the distance is a small church
[node:field_image:title]

WRI's Nonviolence Programme has published a new interview with a representative from the Save Sinjajevina campaign, who managed to stop NATO soldiers from using a unique pasturelands in the highlands of Montenegro for training and target practice. In the interview, Pablo Dominquez explores the context of the campaign, how an alliance of herders, young people, environmentalists and international NGOs was built, why they were so effective in stopping the training exercise, and what the long term future of the campaign looks like.

Check out the article on the Empowering Nonviolence website here: https://www.nonviolence.wri-irg.org/en/resources/2021/save-sinjajevina-how-movement-took-military-and-won-first-crucial-battle

Programmes & Projects
Countries
Institutions

Add new comment

This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions.

7 + 12 =
Solve this simple math problem and enter the result. E.g. for 1+3, enter 4.