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Geneva Peace Week – Supporting Nonviolent Action and Peacebuilding Amid Repression and War

Event Description Building just, inclusive, and peaceful societies requires various approaches, including direct action, dialogue, and negotiation. However, some activists may plan protests well, but have less experience facilitating delicate meetings. Peacebuilders may excel at dialogue or negotiation but may get stuck when formal systems are blocked or when one group has more power than another....

International Training for Nonviolence in the Context of War or Armed Conflict

KURVE Wustrow is holding an international nonviolence training in English language, specifically designed for those working or planning to work in areas of war or armed conflict. Contents of the training- Principles of  nonviolence, nonviolent direct action and nonviolent conflict intervention Understanding and transforming conflicts Political analysis, strategu, reconciliation work in war torn societies Observing/reporting...

Local Perspectives on Nonviolent Movements and Sustaining Peace: Amplifying Voices from the Field

The UN secretary-general’s 2018 report on Peacebuilding and Sustaining Peace highlights both women and youth as crosscutting themes of the sustaining peace agenda. While member states are the principal drivers of this agenda, the participation of local actors, particularly women and youth, is vital to guaranteeing that a broader range of society is represented and heard. Peacebuilding at the local...
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