Turning the Clock Back on Libya: What if We Had Used Nonviolence? | Jonathan Buttle and Randy Jenzen

Former PJSA Board Member, Dr. Randy Jenzen (Selkirk College)

Jonathan Buttle and Randy Jenzen of the Mir Center, Selkirk College, Nelson, BC, look at what would have happened, and how much money would have been saved, if nonviolence was applied instead of the violent onslaught that wrought death and destruction on that country and its leader.

Randy Janzen, PhD, is the Chair of the Mir Centre for Peace at Selkirk College, in British Columbia’s southern interior, where he also teaches in the Peace and Justice Studies and Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping programs. Randy’s recent work has involved a focus on community peace education, including mediation, conflict transformation and nonviolent action. Randy’s research focus is unarmed civilian peacekeeping and he is a founding member of the global Unarmed Civilian Peacekeeping/Protection Research Network.

Original source: Pasifik Media Canada (2016)


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