Johanna Heuveling

lives in Berlin and works as a scientist and science communicator. She is also active in "World without Wars and Violence" and Pressenza. As a journalist she is most interested in refugee politics, weapon trade, Africa, Arts and News from Sciences.

“Selfie” Campaign for Nonviolence Day

The initiative ‘Building nonviolent spaces‘ has organized an online campaign through social networks on October 2nd 2014. This day, Gandhi’s birthday, was proclaimed in 2007 “International Day of Non-violence.” This action has been designed as a simple and rapid campaign…

Japan in danger to lose its constitutional article for the rejection of war

After the horrors of World War II Japan installed article 9 in its constitution which generally renounces war as a means of conflict resolution and this way forbade the building up of an army. In fact Japan possesses so called…

Refugee protests in Germany (photo documentation)

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Non-violent protests of refugees in Germany

Over a year ago, refugees in Germany started organizing themselves in order to protest in a publicly visible form against the human rights violating institutional practices like the forced isolation through the prohibition to leave the district of your asylum-seekers…

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