The journal: Nonviolent Change (NCJ)

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The journal: Nonviolent Change (NCJ)

Coordinating Editor: Stephen M. Sachs
NCJ is an interorganizational project of the International Society for Organization Development Change (ISODC), now in volume 31, and published 3 times a year (continuing into the foreseeable future).

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The journal Nonviolent Change (NCJ), in its 31st year, is an open access online practical journal on getting to peace and the barriers to doing so at the community through the international level.  NCJ carries articles; opinion pieces (“dialoguing”); news and analysis of world, regional, country and environmental events, and of peace justice and environmental organization activities; a calendar of “Upcoming Events”; reviews; media notes; and announcements.

NCJ welcomes all relevant submissions and requests to be on the E-Mail list for notification
of the posting on the web of the three issues each year: Winter (early February), Spring (May) and Fall (late August or September), via E-mail to Coordinating Editor Steve Sachs: .

NCJ also welcomes folks to help compile news or to regularly contribute commentary or analysis. Regular contributors are invited to be listed as editors, and to be part of the participatory democratic editorial board. 

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