Campaign Nonviolence’s Next Steps!
Campaign Nonviolence is a long-term movement for a culture of peace and nonviolence free from war, poverty, racism, environmental destruction and the epidemic of violence.
Here’s what we’re doing this next year! See our Next Steps page for further details.
1. Taking nonviolent action
2. Fostering a nonviolent culture
3. Expanding nonviolence training
4. Nurturing a movement of movements
5. Spreading resources for peaceful change
6. Building Campaign Nonviolence
Campaign Nonviolence will march for justice, peace and environmental healing throughout the US and around the world September 18-25, 2016, including the International Day of Peace, September 21. Save the date! Visit our CNV Actions page here!
Imagine Nonviolent Los Angeles. Nonviolent New York City. Or Nonviolent Kabul. What would it take to foster a nonviolent city where you live? Campaign Nonviolence calls on communities everywhere to imagine what their nonviolent city would entail; to identify what would be involved in achieving this; and to take concrete steps toward this long-term goal. The Nonviolent Cities Project is a great platform for connecting the dots and nurturing a culture of peace and nonviolence. Click here to learn more!
Nonviolence education is key to long-term change by spreading the tools of nonviolent transformation and by training both advocates for change and the larger society. Working with training organizations—and long-time nonviolence trainers—we will identify and organize at least 1,000 trainings and workshops for nonviolent change over the next year. We call on every local group to host, organize or lead a nonviolence training in 2016. Click here to learn more!
Connect the dots between issues and movements to create people power for change! Meet with other organizers and members of organizations, campaigns and movements in your city, area or region at least twice for relationship building and to explore the ways to mutually support, connect, synergize and maximize the impact of your collective efforts. Click here to learn more!
To build the capacity of this movement, Campaign Nonviolence offers numerous resources to support your organizing for nonviolent change, including new books, workshops, social media, and many tools on the CNV website for mainstreaming nonviolence, connecting the dots between issues and movements, building your campaign, and taking training. Click here to learn more!
Take the Campaign Nonviolence Pledge. Organize or join a local CNV affinity group. Become a CNV Promoter. Take the CNV Vow of Nonviolence. Click here to learn more!
Spread the Campaign Nonviolence Pledge
Learn more about the CNV Goals
Spread the power of active nonviolence for a culture of peace.
Build relationships locally and nationally with people and groups working on war, poverty, racism, the climate crisis, and the epidemic of violence.
Our monthly calls help build this movement. Join us to hear what others are planning in September
Tell others about CNV on social media.
August 6-9, 2015 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. This conference helped build CNV and marked the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
CNV will again organize a week of nationwide actions, September 18-25, 2016. Start planning now!
A growing list of organizations have endorsed Campaign Nonviolence.
Find Campaign Nonviolence Promoters in your area and become one!
Campaign Nonviolence is a new, long-term movement to mainstream nonviolence and to foster a culture of peace free from war, poverty, racism, environmental destruction and the epidemic of violence.
Campaign Nonviolence invites us to:
Campaign Nonviolence was launched with 240 public actions in all 50 US states September 21-27, 2014. This year the CNV Week of Actions featured 370 marches, rallies, demonstrations, vigils and other events in every US state and in nine countries. See news and pictures from the September 20-27, 2015 mobilization here!
To develop this week of actions, Campaign Nonviolence organized in every state in the country, led skill-building trainings across the nation, completed national speaking tours, established nonviolence study groups nationwide, and was endorsed by over 200 national and local organizations.
Now, we are taking the next steps for 2016. See the full details for 2016 by clicking here, then start working to build the campaign in your region with our campaign tools below.