Nonviolent Action Method #5: Declarations of Indictment and Intention

In the early 1990s, South African Leaders issue a Declaration of Intent, outlining their goals for a new, democratic South Africa.

(You can read more about the different methods of nonviolent protest in Gene Sharp’s book The Politics of Nonviolent Action. Access CSA’s catalogue of Sharp’s methods here, or download the full list of 198 methods here.)

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Nonviolent Action Method #112: Reporting Sick ("Sick-In")

From Gene Sharp

Reporting Sick (“Sick-In”)
Where strikes are forbidden by or are not feasible for other reasons, workers can achieve the same goals, ranging from a reduction in production to the equivalent of a real strike, by agreeing to call in sick.

Nonviolent Action Method #13: Deputations

From Gene Sharp

After almost a decade of civil war, both Christian and Muslim women in Liberia, led by Leymah Gbowee, began to protest. When Liberian warlords met in the city of Accra, in Ghana, the women were optimistic for a solution.