Scilla Elworthy and Gabrielle Rifkind | Random House, 2007 | Book
This short booklet explains why current ways of dealing with terrorism are ineffective.
Gene Sharp | Serpent’s Tail, 2012 | Book
This book is based on Sharp's study, conducted over a period of 40 years, on nonviolent methods of demonstration. Although never actively promoted, this astonishing book traveled as a photocopied pamphlet from Burma to Indonesia, Serbia and most recently Egypt, Tunisia, Syria and China.
Scilla Elworthy | Open Democracy, May 24, 2010 | Article
On average, $1 spent on programs to prevent violent conflict achieves as much as $60 spent reacting to crises once violence erupts. So why is there no worldwide strategy for the building of peace? November 1918 marked the end of the 'war to end wars.' One hundred years later, we should now be calling for a new Versailles Convention.
Scilla Elworthy | Open Democracy, November 11, 2011 | Article
What do I do differently as a result of knowing this great woman? I utterly believe in the power of one local person to transform a violent situation. I know that humiliation is the driver of most incidents of violence, and that respect is the best antidote to humiliation, and I try to apply that.
Scilla Elworthy | World Peace Partnership, 2011
This pocket booklet deals with inner peace. There are various routes to find inner peace whilst remaining open to the outside world, including ways to increase awareness, ways to be clear about values, ways to own one’s shadow side and to feel protected while doing this.
Interview by Iain McNay | Conscious TV, 2013 | Watch
Kate McGuinness, ed. | CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012 | Book
TEDxMarrakesh 2012 | Watch
Scilla Elworthy | Open Democracy, November 28, 2011 | Article