1000 Nonviolence Trainings Project

#FFCC00 Raised 889 towards the 1,000 target.
So far we have reached 889 trainings towards our goal of 1000 Nonviolence Trainings!

What is the 1000 Nonviolence Trainings Project?

The 1000 Nonviolence Trainings Project is a new and collaborative initiative to connect nonviolence trainings around the world and highlight the tens of thousands of people being trained in nonviolence in service to a more just and peaceful world. We invite you and your organization to join this historic venture!

It is our belief that nonviolence needs to become a more prominent part of mainstream thinking and needs to become as credible in the public’s mind as violence is now. By launching a program that identifies, connects and promotes nonviolence trainings around the world, we believe we can make all of our work more newsworthy, more credible and more attractive to those who have not considered themselves part of a larger nonviolent movement. This effort will also help people find and attend trainings in their area.

We invite you and your organization to:

Nonviolence training hub hands and peace sign - text 1000 trainings project with linkThe 1000 Nonviolence Trainings Project will encompass a spectrum of trainings for nonviolent change, including nonviolent action, strategic movement building, peacebuilding and restorative justice, anti-racism, peaceful parenting, trauma healing, nonviolent communication (NVC), the spirituality and practice of nonviolence and more.

Transforming the massive global challenges we face today—including perennial war, racism, poverty, environmental destruction and all forms of violence and injustice—requires powerful movements for change. The 1000 Nonviolence Trainings Project exists to support the preparation, organization and collaboration to build and sustain these movements.

We invite you and your organization to join the 1000 Nonviolence Trainings Project today.  If you have any questions feel free to contact us at: nonviolencetraininghub@gmail.com

Peter Bergel
Oregon PeaceWorks
Tom Hastings
Portland Peace Team
George Lakey
Ken Butigan, Ryan Hall, Veronica Pelicaric, Rev. John Dear and Rivera Sun
Campaign Nonviolence
Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service
David Hartsough
Peaceworkers
George Payne
Gandhi Earth Keepers International
Kazu Haga
East Point Academy
Nina Koevoets
Association for Active Nonviolence
David Soleil
Nonviolence Leadership Project
 Dr. Bernard Lafayette, Jr. Adam Vogal
Students United for Nonviolence
Portland State University
 Mary Hanna
Meta Peace Team
Starhawk Michael Nagler
Metta Center for Nonviolence
James Roland
Emory Center for Advancing Nonviolence
Jean McElhaney
CNVC-Certified NVC Trainer
Amy Bryant, EdS, LPC
Parenting Beyond Punishment
Miki Kashtan
BayNVC
Giacomo Poleschi
Italy NVC Trainer
Christophe Vincent
France/Brasil NVC Trainer
Verene Nicolas
Scotland NVC Trainer
Gitta Zimmermann
Germany NVC Trainer
Liv Larsson
Friare Liv/NVC Trainer Sweden
Gary Baran, Certified Trainer,
Center for Nonviolent Communication
Gail Carroll
CNVC Certified Trainer Boston
Dr. Gerhard Rothhaupt
Germany NVC Trainer
Mary Mackenzie
NVC Academy
Aukje Byker
CNVC-Certified NVC Trainer
Elena Bernasconi-Tabellini
Switzerland & Italy NVC Trainer
David Weinstock
NVC Trainer
Bren Hardt
CNVC-Certified NVC Trainer
 Gabriele Vana
Austria NVC Trainer
Felice and Jack Cohen-Jappa
The Nuclear Resister
Eli McCarthy
DC Peace Team
Kit Miller
M.K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
Curtiss DuRand
Mensa & Physicians for Social Responsibility
Barry L. Gan, Director
Center for Nonviolence
St. Bonaventure University
 Jan Oberg, PhD, director
Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research
Bruce Stock
Alternatives to Violence Project
Catherine Cadden
Play in the Wild! Initiations into Nonviolence
Samuel Edet
Psalms and Peace Ambassadors
Claudia Miller
SEEDS
Ann Mbacke
Nonviolence Trainer
Scott Brown
Nonviolence Trainer, Author of Active Peace: A Mindful Path to a Nonviolent World
Kunagab Fongoh Leonel
Cameroon Active Youth Association
Bob Waldrop
Oscar Romero Catholic Worker House, Oklahoma City, OK

 

A special thank you to Peaceworkers for helping financially support this project!