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50 most recently added files index

Free Range Library indexes last updated 16:20, 17/03/2017

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Direct Action and Protest

The "Direct Action and Protest" on-line library area seeks to collect together a range of resources relevant to direct action and creating grassroots change. From legal and technical information relating to protest, to the psychology and recent research on public opinion, developing a broad knowledge of current social and political trends allows us to take a more detailed approach to create purposeful and effective campaigns.

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Free Range Library indexes last updated 16:20, 17/03/2017

Files list ordered by publication date (112 files):

'hocl20562016'
1/112
Police Complaints Systems in the UK, House of Commons Library, 27/01/2016

'whitmarsh2015'
2/112
UK public perceptions of shale gas hydraulic fracturing: The role of audience, message and contextual factors on risk perceptions and policy support, Applied Energy, vol.160 pp.419-430, 15/12/2015

'williams2015'
3/112
Framing 'fracking': Exploring public perceptions of hydraulic fracturing in the United Kingdom, Public Understanding of Science, 13/07/2015

'arnaiz2015'
4/112
Criminalization Of Social Protest, Latin America Press, July 2015

'ecologistasaccion2015'
5/112
Global Resistance to Fracking: Communities rise up to fight climate crisis and democratic deficit, Ecologistas en Acción, May 2015

'hmic2014'
6/112
An inspection of undercover policing in England and Wales, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 13/10/2014

'tcedelman2014'
7/112
TransCanada–Edelman studies on countering protests on the 'Energy East' Canadian pipeline, TransCanada, 05/08/2014

'hrwaclu2014'
8/112
With Liberty to Monitor All: How Large-Scale US Surveillance is Harming Journalism, Law, and American Democracy, Human Rights Watch/American Civil Liberties Union, July 2014

'hclibbyelaws2014'
9/112
Local authority byelaws, House of Commons Library, 10/06/2014

'hlcp2014'
10/112
Code of Conduct for Members of the House of Lords, House of Lords, June 2014

'jalbert2014'
11/112
Civil society research and Marcellus Shale natural gas development: results of a survey of volunteer water monitoring organizations, Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, vol.4 no.1 pp.78-86, March 2014

'echr2014'
12/112
European Convention on Human Rights (as amended), European Court of Human Rights, February 2014

'inclo2013'
13/112
'Take back the streets': Repression and criminalization of protest around the world, International Network of Civil Liberties Organizations (INCLO), October 2013

'poole2013'
14/112
'I care more about this place, because I fought for it': exploring the political ecology of fracking in an ethnographic field school, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.37-46, 11/09/2013

'isacat2013'
15/112
How to Do Animal Rights ...legally, with confidence, Animal Ethics, August 2013

'hmic2013'
16/112
A review of progress made against the recommendations in HMIC's 2012 report on the national police units which provide intelligence on criminality associated with protest, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 27/06/2013

'manno2013'
17/112
Introduction by the Onondaga Nation and activist neighbors of an indigenous perspective on issues surrounding hydrofracking in the Marcellus Shale, Journal of Environmental Studies, vol.4 pp.47-55, 29/05/2013

'duda2013'
18/112
Cybernetics, Anarchism and Self-organisation, Anarchist Studies, vol.21 no.1 pp.52-72, 28/05/2013

'epsteinrobertson2013'
19/112
Democracy at Risk: Manipulating Search Rankings Can Shift Voting Preferences Substantially Without Voter Awareness, US Association for Psychological Science, May 2013

'unece2013'
20/112
The Aarhus Convention: An Implementation Guide (Second Edition), United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, April 2013

'ipp2013'
21/112
Corporate and police spying on activists undermines democracy, University of Bath, 26/03/2013

'lewandowsky2014'
22/112
Recursive fury: conspiracist ideation in the blogosphere in response to research on conspiracist ideation, Frontiers in Psychology, vol.4 no.73, 18/03/2013

'nctc2013'
23/112
Watchlisting Guidance, US National Counterterrorism Centre, March 2013

'globescan2013'
24/112
Environmental Concerns 'At Record Lows': Global Poll, Globescan, 25/02/2013

'sek2013'
25/112
Squatting in Europe: Radical Spaces, Urban Struggles, Minor Compositions, 2013

'ruskin2013'
26/112
Spooky Business: Corporate Espionage Against Nonprofit Organizations, Essential Information, 2013

'controlrisks2012'
27/112
The Global Anti-Fracking Movement: What it wants, how it operates and what's next, Control Risks Group, December 2012

'acpo2012'
28/112
Policing in the UK: A Brief Guide, Association of Chief Police Officers, November 2012

'debtresistors2012'
29/112
The Debt Resistors' Operations Manual, Occupy Wall Street, September 2012

'juvin2010'
30/112
Draft Report on the impact of advertising on consumer behaviour, EP Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection, 16/08/2012

'pickerillkrinsky2012'
31/112
Why Does Occupy Matter?, Journal of Social, Cultural and Political Protest, vol.11 no.3-4, 06/08/2012

'boyle2012'
32/112
Human Rights and the Environment: Where Next?, The European Journal of International Law, vol.23 no.3 pp.613-642, August 2012

'mcafee2012'
33/112
Hacktivism: Cyberspace has become the new medium for political voices, McAfee Labs, July 2012

'hmic2010'
34/112
Adapting to protest: Protests on private land, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 29/06/2012

'hccp2012'
35/112
The Code of Conduct for Members of Parliament, House of Commons, 12/03/2012

'hmic2012'
36/112
A review of national police units which provide intelligence on criminality associated with protest, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 02/02/2012

'ifixit2011'
37/112
Self-Repair Manifesto, iFixit, 2012

'harrisporritt2011'
38/112
Green Liberties: The erosion of citizens' rights to protest and the impact on the UK environmental movement, Green Liberties, September 2011

'acpo2011'
39/112
The Prosecution Team Manual of Guidance: For the preparation, processing and submission of prosecution files, Association of Chief Police Officers, July 2011

'french2011'
40/112
The Stress of Politics: Endocrinology and Voter Participation, Annual Meeting of the International Society for Political Psychology, June 2011

'rcmp2011'
41/112
Environmental Criminal Extremism and Canada's Energy Sector, Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), 16/03/2011

'hmic2011'
42/112
Policing Public Order, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 08/02/2011

'ecoterrormonster'
43/112
'Ecoterror Monster' cartoon, Unknown, 2011

'caseagainstacpo2010'
44/112
The Case Against ACPO: A Critical Look At The Association Of Chief Police Officers, NICE1, December 2010

'cocsc2010'
45/112
Civil Service Code, Cabinet Office, November 2010

'chatterton2010'
46/112
Everyday activism and transitions towards post-capitalist worlds, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, vol.35 no.4, October 2010

'commoncause2010'
47/112
Common Cause: The Case for Working with our Cultural Values, WWF-UK, September 2010

'comc2010'
48/112
Ministerial Code, Cabinet Office, May 2010

'udrmw2010'
49/112
Universal Declaration Of The Rights Of Mother Earth, World People's Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Earth, 22/04/2010

'cattaneo2010'
50/112
The experience of rurban squats in Collserola, Barcelona: what kind of degrowth?, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.18 pp.581-589, 28/01/2010

'hardy2010'
51/112
Operation Titstorm: Hacktivism or Cyberterrorism?, University of New South Wales Law Journal, vol.33 no.2, 2010

'modine2009'
52/112
Oh Commie All Ye Faithful, Finch's Quarterly, Autumn 2009

'cfap2009'
53/112
New Tools for Old Traumas: Using 21st Century Technologies to Combat Human Rights Atrocities, Center for American Progress, October 2009

'hmic2009'
54/112
Adapting To Protest, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Constabulary, 07/07/2009

'brown2009'
55/112
Space for emotion in the spaces of activism, Emotion, Space and Society, vol.2 no.1 pp.24-35, July 2009

'corporatewatch2009'
56/112
Crackdown on anti-corporate dissent: The animal rights movement, CorporateWatch, June 2009

'acpo2009'
57/112
Guidance on the Use of Handcuffs, Association of Chief Police Officers, May 2009

'dhs2009'
58/112
Domestic Extremism Lexicon, US Department for Homeland Security, 26/03/2009

'jchr2009'
59/112
Demonstrating respect for rights?: A human rights approach to policing protest, UK Parliament, 03/03/2009

'wri2009'
60/112
Handbook For Nonviolent Campaigns, War Resisters' International, February 2009

'usdhs2009'
61/112
Leftwing Extremists Likely to Increase Use of Cyber Attacks over the Coming Decade, US Department for Homeland Security, 26/01/2009

'treanor2010'
62/112
Turn Around and Step Forward: Ideology and Utopia in the Environmental Movement, Environmental Philosophy, vol.7 no.1 pp27-46, 2009

'boykoff2009'
63/112
We Speak for the Trees: Media Reporting on the Environment, Annual Review of Environment and Resources, 2009

'pickerill20081'
64/112
The Surprising Sense of Hope, Antipode, vol.40 no.3 pp.482-487, June 2008

'klang2001'
65/112
Resistance & Technology: Functionally Equivalent Resistance – A non-discriminatory view of technology, University of Göteborg, 14/02/2008

'pickerill20082'
66/112
From wilderness to WildCountry: the power of language in environmental campaigns in Australia, Environmental Politics, vol.17 no.1 pp.95-104, February 2008

'creativecommons2008'
67/112
Creative Commons Integration With Your Website, Creative Commons, February 2008

'boldrinlevine2008'
68/112
Against Intellectual Monopoly, CUP, 2008

'gelderloos2007'
69/112
How Nonviolence Protects the State, South End Press, May 2007

'canvas2007'
70/112
A Guide to Effective Nonviolent Struggle, CANVAS, 2007

'acpo2007'
71/112
Practice Advice: Introduction To Intelligence-Led Policing, Association of Chief Police Officers, 2007

'monahan2006'
72/112
Counter-surveillance as Political Intervention?, Social Semiotics, vol.16 no.4, December 2006

'quakers2006'
73/112
How Quaker meetings take decisions, Society of Friends, October 2006

'moretzsohn2006'
74/112
'Citizen Journalism' and the Myth of Redemptive Technology, Brazilian Journalism Research, vol.2 no.2 pp.29-46, 2006

'canvas2006'
75/112
Nonviolent Struggle: 50 Crucial Points, CANVAS, 2006

'zerzan2005'
76/112
On the Origins of War, Green Anarchy, no.21, Summer 2005

'rsf2005'
77/112
Handbook For Bloggers And Cyber-Dissidents, Reporters Without Borders, September 2005

'acponim2005'
78/112
Guidance On The National Intelligence Model 2005, Centrex/Association of Chief Police Officers, September 2005

'honim2005'
79/112
Code Of Practice: National Intelligence Model, Home Office, January 2005

'myers20051'
80/112
Was Jesus a Practitioner of Nonviolence?: Reading through Mark 1:21-3:19 and Martin Luther King, TransMission, 2005

'ewald2005'
81/112
Anarchism in Action: Methods, Tactics, Skills, and Ideas, Shawn Ewald, 2005

'cavanaugh2004'
82/112
Killing For The Telephone Company: Why The Nation-State Is Not The Keeper Of The Common Good, Modern Theology, vol.20 no.2, April 2004

'klang2004'
83/112
Civil Disobedience Online, Journal of Information, Communication & Ethics in Society, vol.2 no.2 pp.75-83, 2004

'deathenv2004'
84/112
The Death of Environmentalism: Global Warming Politics in a Post-Environmental World, Michael Shellenberger, Ted Nordhaus, 2004

'sustainability2003'
85/112
The 21st Century NGO: In the Market for Change, UNEP, 16/07/2003

'olr2003'
86/112
The New Persuaders: the changing nature of influence, Opinion Leader Research, 2003

'weaver2002'
87/112
Sabotage and subterfuge: public relations, democracy and genetic engineering in New Zealand, Media, Culture and Society, vol.24 pp.325-343, 29/04/2002

'denning2001'
88/112
Activism, Hacktivism, And Cyberterrorism: The Internet As A Tool For Influencing Foreign Policy, RAND Corporation, July 2001

'securitywatch2001'
89/112
Hacktivists of the world, divide, SecurityWatch, 23/04/2001

'msnbc2001'
90/112
Summit under cyber siege?, MSNBC, 20/04/2001

'homeoffice2001'
91/112
Animal Rights Extremism: Government Strategy – A Consultation Document, Home Office, March 2001

'randmr13822001'
92/112
Networks and Netwars: The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy, RAND Corporation, 2001

'guerillapermaculture1996'
93/112
Urban Permaculture: A Reader Compiled for the DIY Skillshare, DIY Skillshare Conference, May 2000

'kelly2000'
94/112
Infowar: The Hacktivists, Hilton Cordell Productions, 2000

'meadows1999'
95/112
Leverage Points: Places to Intervene in a System, The Sustainability Institute, December 1999

'unece1998'
96/112
Convention On Access To Information, Public Participation In Decision-Making And Access To Justice In Environmental Matters, United Nations Economic Commission for Europe, 25/06/1998

'wray1998'
97/112
Transforming Luddite Resistance into Virtual Luddite Resistance, Earth First! Journal, 07/04/1998

'kalof1997'
98/112
Understanding the Social Construction of Environmental Concern, Human Ecology Review, vol.4 no.4 pp101-105, 1997

'mobbs1996'
99/112
The Campaigners' Computer Maintenance Mantra, Free Range Network, July 1996

'gibbons1995'
100/112
Reveille For Radicals: Lessons From the Life of Saul Alinsky, Rev. John E. Gibbons, 26/02/1995

'tripods1992'
101/112
The Reclaim The Streets guide to DIY Tripods, Reclaim the Streets, 1992

'hansen1991'
102/112
The media and the social construction of the environment, Media, Culture and Society, vol.13 pp444-458, 1991

'whiting1988'
103/112
Is everybody happy?: Peace News explores some of the pros, cons and practicalities of consensus decision-making, Peace News, June 1988

'turningthetide3'
104/112
How Change Happens, Turning the Tide, 1988

'turningthetide2'
105/112
Power, Turning the Tide, 1988

'turningthetide1'
106/112
Nonviolence and Active Nonviolence, Turning the Tide, 1988

'sharp1973'
107/112
198 Methods of Non-violent Action, Albert Einstein Institute, 1973

'king1963'
108/112
Letter from Birmingham Jail, Martin Luther King Jr., August 1963

'usoss1944'
109/112
Simple Sabotage Field Manual (Strategic Services Field Manual No.3), Office of Strategic Services (OSS), 27/01/1944

'gregg1936'
110/112
The Value of Voluntary Simplicity, Quaker Center for Religious and Social Study, 1936

'decleyre1912'
111/112
Direct Action, Voltairine de Cleyre, 1912

'thoreau1849'
112/112
On the Duty of Civil Disobedience, Henry David Thoreau, 1849