NON-VIOLENCE PROJECT SHARES THEIR PLANS FOR THE DUBAI AND MENA REGION Dubai is once again set to be the focus of positive change and progress in the region as the Non-Violence Project (NVP), a global initiative that works to counter the use of violence as a method of conflict resolution, prepares to open its first […]
Our Peace and Non-Violence Ambassador Derrick Green and his band Sepultura performed at the Rock In Rio festival on Saturday. The festival is one of the largest in South America and attracks live audience and TV-viewers from all over the world.
Since January 2013, the university The New School in New York city, organized a team building workshop concerning our educational outreach campaign and the Universities For Peace program. Members from students, the faculty and staff partcicipated and developed a Social Media Team in order to help out managing the NVP presence on Facebook, Twitter, and […]
This summer, Miller Bianucci, one NVP trainer from the University for Peace program at St Andrews, Scotland, facilitated the Schools for Peace program in Tanzania. Here’s the excerpt from her blog about her experience with children: The final activity was for the kids to draw their own knotted gun using any words or symbols they […]
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.
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.