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February 28, 2022
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artgeneve alongside the Foundation

NVPF partner of Swiss art fair artgenève 2022

The Non-Violence Project Foundation is pleased to announce its partnership with artgeneve, the international art fair taking place in Geneva every year.

In 2022, artgenève will be supporting the work of the Foundation from 3rd to 6th of March through many initiatives. As a partner, artgenève will be selling tote bags incorporating our logo and therefore promoting the work of the Foundation.

All visitors will also be able to see two iconic versions of the Knotted Gun: DRUMS FOR PEACE by singer Ringo Starr and ONE WORLD by explorer Johan Ernst Nilson. Both Ringo and Johan Ernst are NVPF Ambassadors for Peace.

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The Non-Violence Project

The Non-Violence Project is a non-profit organization created in 1993 with the goal of preventing and reducing violence. The organization is headquartered in Switzerland and is active in many countries around the world. Its symbol, the Knotted Gun, is an international symbol of peace. 
To know more about the Foundation’s history click here

Our mission

Our mission is to INSPIRE, MOTIVATE and ENGAGE people to solve conflicts without resorting to any form of violence. Through education and awareness, we measure the impact of our programs and we have a specific focus on youth as we believe in the power of young people as changemakers. 
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How you can support

There are many ways to support our work ! We rely on the generosity of our donors but we also welcome projects’ sponsoring, fundraising events, partnerships of all kinds and much more. 
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