Global Programs

Our decentralized network consists of programs across the globe. From conflict resolution program in Eurasia to nonviolent action in Occupied Palestine, Nonviolence International offers administrative and programmatic support to its regional affiliates, but also gives its regional directors the autonomy to operate on their own. We have listed information about our major programs under our global programs on this site.

Indonesia
Palestine
South East Asia
The Americas
Middle East
Canada
United States

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Canada

Nonviolence International (NI) affiliate in Canada is currently seeking funding to support the ICPAPED Monitor. ICPAPED stands for the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance and is a human rights resolution adopted by the United Nations in 2010. NI-Canada is hoping to fund research, publications and operations for annual reporting …

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Indonesia

Aceh Programs on Peace and Nonviolence Dr. Asna Husin leads the Peace Education Program in Aceh. The program has two main components: Peacebuilding for Ulama (Islamic clerics) and Peace Education in the High Schools of Aceh. The civil war in Aceh has made the implementation of these programs both challenging and vital. We have recently published a …

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Middle East

For 20 years, Nonviolence International (NI) has advocated and educated the Middle East about nonviolent people power through conferences, seminars, films, books, trainings, speaking tours, and the internet. NI achieves this by translating articles, books, news updates and documentaries in Arabic and Farsi. The NI website is home to the world’s largest annotated bibliography on …

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Palestine

Nonviolence International is closely affiliated with a number of organizations, programs and initiatives related to Palestine, each of which operates autonomously. Navigate to the links listed below for more information. Holy Land Trust Holy Land Trust developed, in part, out of the Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence, a precursor to Nonviolence International established …

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South East Asia

Nonviolence International Southeast Asia (NISEA) came into existence in 1992 and has worked with regional partners to build a constituency of peace activists. The organizations leads with the assumption that while conflicts are inevitable and will continue to exist, strategic nonviolent solutions are the best solutions in addressing those conflicts. NISEA strives to shape South East …

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The Americas

The Americas program sponsored by Nonviolence International (NI-Americas) is led by Andres Thomas Conteris, who has served as the Director of the Program on the Americas since 1999. NI-Americas supports closegitmo.net and its campaign to close Guantanamo Bay and to end US practice of torture.  Conteris went on a hunger strike for 80 days in …

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United States

Nonviolence International (NI) USA seeks to strengthen society’s commitments to the ideals of King and Gandhi by linking social movements for equality, justice and the environment around the world. Nonviolence International was founded by Intifada leader Mubarak Awad in 1989 to build a global network of resource centers to pursue nonviolent means to bring about …

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