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 student delegates who will travel throughout Israel and Palestine with the purpose of engaging in an active and educational tour. Participants will meet with agents of change on the ground and learn about methods of nonviolent resistance while also deepening their understanding of global oppression and joining together to form broad, diverse coalitions of change that can have impacts in their own international communities. Please click the image if you are interested in learning more about the details of the tour or how to sign up! If you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch…
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 movement and reflects on what contributed to the movement's success. To support peace prisoners and the Plowshare project please consider making a single or monthly donation here.
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 an excellent resource for getting ideas on nonviolent action that you can get involved in! [embeddoc url="http://nonviolenceinternational.net/wp/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Nonviolent-Methods-2016.xlsx" download="all" viewer="microsoft"]
Nonviolence International is launching an affordable alternative spring break opportunity to Iran for current students! The Student Peace Trip to Iran, led by former US diplomat Ann Wright, will be from March 9th-19th 2017 for students seeking a peaceful future between Americans and Iranians. More information is below. For more information click here.