Anthony Kelly

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Anthony Kelly "has been a nonviolence trainer for 15 years within the Australian Nonviolence Network. He is currently a trainer for Peace Brigades International, Indonesia Project and has been a core organiser and trainer with Pt'chang Nonviolent Community Safety Group since 1996. Anthony has extensive experience in the Australian environment, peace and anti-militarist movements, and has been involved heavily involved in forest campaigns around Australia, regional solidarity work and local social justice, human rights and civil-liberties campaigns." [1]

"Anthony lives in inner Melbourne in Southern Australia and is an activist educator with the Change Agency (tCA) www.thechangeagency.og and a trainer with Peace Brigades International's Indonesia Project. Anthony has been an activist and nonviolence trainer for almost twenty years, having been a part of the Australian Nonviolence Network and an organisor and trainer with Pt'chang Nonviolent Community Safety Group. In 2004-2006 Pt'chang coordinated the Nonviolence Training Project which ran two regional Nonviolence Trainer's Skillshares and developed a Trainer's Resource Manual www.nonviolence.org.au Anthony also works with the Centre for Multicultural Youth in Melbourne". [2]

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  1. Who We Are, The Change Agency, accessed May 19, 2008.
  2. Anthony Kelly, New Tactics in Human Rights, accessed August 6, 2008.