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NI and Holy Land Trust Create the Sumud Freedom Tour
Teach In on The Hill: Democratic Senators must present alternative to Trump plan on Saudi Arabia
Reflections on Supporting Peace Prisoners
New Collection and Categories of Nonviolent Methods
Iran Peace Trip
Nonviolence International provides nonviolence training for electoral college protests
What can I do? –“lift your game” checklist
NI’s unique role in Ukraine

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NI and Holy Land Trust Create the Sumud Freedom Tour
NI and Holy Land Trust Create the Sumud Freedom Tour
July 17, 2017
Nonviolence International has partnered with Holy Land Trust to create the Sumud Freedom Tour! We invite you to join us this December 21 through January 3 as part of a coalition of st...
HLPF on Sustainable Development: Leave No One Behind
July 14, 2017
The SILENCE has been broken! The United Nations Ministerial Declaration on Sustainable Development at the 2017 High Level Political Forum (HLPF) is very close to being finalized however, th...
Battle for the Net!
July 12, 2017
Mennonites Vote to Divest During 2017 National Convention
July 11, 2017
The Mennonite Church USA voted last Thursday to divest from companies that profit off the Israeli military occupation of Palestinian territories. This resolution simultaneously emphasize...
United Nations’ ESCWA Report on Israel’s Apartheid Behavior
United Nations’ ESCWA Report on Israel’s Apartheid Behavior
April 19, 2017
A report released in March by the UN's Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia in Beirut used the word 'apartheid' to describe Israel's behavior in Palestine. The report raises key q...
Support Ugandan Documentary Filmmaker Exposing Coal Burning in his Country
Support Ugandan Documentary Filmmaker Exposing Coal Burning in his Country
March 24, 2017
‘STRUCK BY MY OWN HANDS’ The two decades of war in northern Uganda was characterized by gross violation of human rights by both the armed forces and rebels. This has had a profound ef
Reflections on Supporting Peace Prisoners
Reflections on Supporting Peace Prisoners
February 16, 2017
Check out this article written by Paul Magno, coordinator of the Isaiah project and a past Plowshares prisoner.  He shares the organizational background of the Transform Now Plowshare moveme
New Collection and Categories of Nonviolent Methods
New Collection and Categories of Nonviolent Methods
February 6, 2017
We are excited to release Nonviolence International's new collection of Nonviolent Methods. In this particularly tumultuous time it is common to feel powerless and without control. This in a
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