Gene Sharp is a political thinker whose influence is now spoken of in same breath as Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King. But he is no platform speaker or figurehead at a demonstration. Rather, a quietly spoken political philosopher who's been writing about non-violent struggle for 50 years. What's changed is that his most celebrated pamphlet - 'From Dictatorship to Democracy' - is now grabbing attention around the world. He's been hailed as having helped mould protest move
Gene Sharp has spoken to a packed audience at the world famous 'Frontline Club' in London. Gene is on a European tour with the How to Start a Revolution film where he'll also be visiting Sweden and his former home city of Oslo. Gene was in conversation with Ruaridh Arrow, the director of How to Start a Revolution.