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Next Steps for Campaign Nonviolence

Posted by Ryan Hall
10.07.15

The recent Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions was a powerful wave of nonviolent people power calling for a more nonviolent world. Now we’re gearing up for 2016! We’ve recently posted our next steps for Campaign Nonviolence in the coming year including the dates for next years Week of Actions – September 18-25, 2016.

In addition to the September actions, we’re going to be encouraging groups to explore ways of turning their communities into nonviolent cities; boosting nonviolent trainings around the nation through a collaborative 1000 Trainings project; continuing the push to connect the dots in order to build the movement of movements; expanding our available nonviolence resources; and deepening the reach of Campaign Nonviolence by identifying more CNV Promoters and pledge signers.

Read all about our CNV Next Steps here.

Finally, please plan to join us for our final 2015 Campaign Nonviolence Conference Call on October 15th at 5pm Pacific/8pm Eastern to hear more about this next year’s plans and to hear from action organizers about the news of their events during the 2015 Week of Actions!  RSVP HERE!

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