To educate the public on the principles of nonviolent strategies, ANEC is implementing the following community outreach programs:
- Establishing Resource Centers with books, audio and visual materials on the subject of active nonviolence.
- Introducing people to specific examples of worldwide uses of practical, strategic nonviolence, both historic and current.
- Holding debates and training workshops comparing common strategies that bring about change with active nonviolence strategies.
- Hosting talks that promote and generate awareness about the values and impact of active nonviolence.
- Networking with other organizations and encouraging solidarity among groups that work for the Tibetan national cause.
- Initiating programs with community groups where impact can be made.
- Creating a sustainable approach to program development by encouraging active nonviolence to be carried out directly by local communities.
- Screening successful nonviolence movement films such as “Gandhi”, “American Civil Rights Movement”, “Bringing down a Dictator”, “The Orange Revolution” and a host of other films followed by vibrant brainstorming with the participants.
- Encouraging role plays and presentations by the workshop participants focused on various subject matters relating to nonviolence action strategy.