Build a culture of peace, mainstream nonviolence, take action September 20-27, 2015!
Campaign Nonviolence is a new, long-term movement to mainstream nonviolence and to foster a culture of peace free from war, poverty, climate crisis, and the epidemic of violence.
Campaign Nonviolence invites us to:
Campaign Nonviolence launched this long-term movement September 21-27, 2014 with 239 actions and events in every part of the nation.
CNV marches, rallies, vigils, prayer services, fasts and festivals took place over seven days in September from American Samoa to Maine, from Washington State to Florida, and from California to New Hampshire. Events also took place in Afghanistan, Colombia, and Canada. See this update for stories and pictures from this week of nonviolence.
To develop this week of actions, Campaign Nonviolence organized in every state in the country, led skill-building trainings across the nation, completed a national speaking tour, established nonviolence study groups nationwide, and was endorsed by over 185 national and local organizations.
Now, we are taking the next step. We encourage people everywhere to study nonviolence, practice nonviolence, build out the infrastructure of nonviolence, and take nonviolence public — including taking action again this year during Campaign Nonviolence Week of Action II, September 20-27, 2015.
See more about what’s next below!
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, 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 20-27, 2015. Start planning now!
A growing list of organizations have endorsed Campaign Nonviolence.
Find Campaign Nonviolence Promoters in your area and become one!