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What It’s About

Campaign Nonviolence is a long-term movement to build a culture of peace by mainstreaming active nonviolence—and by joining with people, organizations, and movements everywhere in the long-term nonviolent struggle to abolish war, end poverty and racism, reverse climate change, and challenge all violence.

Join the September 15-23, 2018 Week of Actions here!

How You Can Get Involved

Learn about Campaign Nonviolence. Take the CNV Pledge. Join with others to spread active nonviolence. See the CNV Call for Nonviolent Action–and join people in hundreds of cities this year — September 15-23, 2018 during the Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions — to take action connecting the dots between war, poverty, racism and the climate crisis and calling for concrete policy shifts for peace, economic justice, and environmental healing.

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What It's About

Pace e Bene Press publishes books on nonviolence and peace. Volumes focus on integrating the principles and methods of nonviolence in our everyday life and in the long-term work of changing the world. Titles include manuals for nonviolence study groups, collections of writings on nonviolent transformation, and studies of nonviolent change. Since 1996, Pace e Bene Press has been spreading the power and potential of nonviolence.

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Interested in books ideal for nonviolence study groups, wholesale orders, or review copies?

Learn more here!

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What It's About

Pace e Bene Northeast sponsors the Building a Culture of Peace Forum in Concord, New Hampshire. The forum provides a place to learn about the history of successful social justice campaigns and movements, about nonviolence as principle and practice, and to offer youth and adults an opportunity for a circle conversation that leans away from debating positions and into exploration, questions, concerns of the heart.

How You Can Get Involved

Click here to learn more, see upcoming forum events and a list of films we've shown during the forum. Explore the possibility of starting your own Culture of Peace Forum by contacting our local associate.

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What They Are

Pace e Bene has led 700 workshops for 30,000 people on the power of active nonviolence. Take or host a Pace e Bene workshop to strengthen your ability to live the nonviolent life and to create a more nonviolent world.

How You Can Get Involved

Invite Pace e Bene to lead a workshop for your community or organization -- from introductory workshops to Campaign Nonviolence trainings; from in-depth intensives to workshops on nonviolent action and movement-building; from general audience programs to workshops geared to Christian nonviolence.

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In person teaching, wherever you are

Pace e Bene presenters are available to speak on the power of nonviolence in our lives and our world. Bring a Pace e Bene speaker to your city or organization, including:

John Dear. Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Pace e Bene's Outreach Director, and author of nearly thirty books on nonviolence, John is a compelling speaker on nonviolent change.

Kit Evans-Ford. Pace e Bene Associate, Kit is a powerful speaker on nonviolence, spirituality and healing.

Brian Terrell. Co-coordinator of Voices for Creative Nonviolence who is working to ban military drones.

Rivera Sun. Campaign Nonviolence Trainer, author and radio host.

Ken Butigan. Campaign Nonviolence Strategist, educator and writer.

Louie Vitale. A Franciscan Friar, Louie is committed to spreading the power of love in action.

Felicia Parazaider. Interfaith minister focusing on inner work of the self and outer work in the world through nonviolence.

Terry Rynne. Founder of the Marquette University Center for Peacemaking, teacher of Peace Studies and author.

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