Journal of Community Practice
This easy-to-read book presents the “nuts and bolts” of participating on a peace team or accompaniment project in a violence stricken area of our globe. If you’re looking for an introduction to a very “gutsy” kind of peacemaking, then this is the book is for you. If you’re a firm supporter of U.S. policies, then this book may not be so palatable. Written by a Quaker and long-time peace activist, this book outlines many of the questions that may arise for someone considering participation on a peace team or accompaniment project, with a motivational bent towards encouraging this type of activity. The text is sprinkled liberally with quotes from active peacemakers, as the author did her homework by talking with many organizations and participants in the preparation of her manuscript.
Harder, J. (2006). Book review: Taking a stand: A guide to peace teams and accompaniment projects. Journal of Community Practice, 14, 144–146.