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Campaign Nonviolence Goals

The Goal of Campaign Nonviolence arrow

Campaign Nonviolence’s long-term goal is to build a culture of peace and nonviolence free from war, poverty, racism, climate crisis, and the epidemic of violence.

To launch this movement, over 230 nonviolent actions took place September 21-27, 2014,  370 actions were held September 20-27, 2015 and over 750 actions were held September 18-25, 2016 in cities and states across the US and beyond taking a stand against all violence and calling for concrete first steps toward peace, economic justice, healing the earth, and mainstreaming active nonviolence. These first steps include:

  • An international treaty for swift, verifiable action to reverse climate change
  • Ending the military drone program
  • Establishing a $15 minimum wage for all
  • K-12 nonviolence education everywhere, and
  • Practicing nonviolence toward ourselves, toward all others, and toward the planet

We are joining our voices with people everywhere working on many other dimensions of a culture of peace, including these:

Mainstream Nonviolence

  • Practicing nonviolence for personal and social change
  • Peacebuilding teams, centers and training facilities everywhere
  • Nonviolence visibility projects
  • Nonviolent movement building and spreading nonviolent resources

Reverse Climate Change

  • US commitment to climate change treaty
  • Dramatic increase in renewable energy funding
  • Deep reductions in greenhouse gas emissions
  • No permit for KXL pipeline
  • End fracking
  • Stop strip mining
  • End destruction of habitat and the biosphere


  • Full employment
  • Living wage for all
  • Eradicate child hunger
  • Equal access to quality public education
  • Health care for all
  • 2% of US budget to end world poverty and hunger
  • Increased US support for the UN Millenium Goals


  • Cut US military budget; base foreign policy on international law
  • Abolish nuclear weapons
  • Ban military drones
  • Close Guantánamo
  • End militarization of schools
  • Close the School of the Americas
  • Stop massive data collection on the public; increase transparency

Challenge All Violence

  • Challenge the belief in violence
  • Expand all efforts to dismantle racism, sexism, homophobia, and all other forms of oppression
  • Stop police brutality
  • End gun violence
  • End the death penalty
  • Stop gender violence
  • Reform immigration policy
  • Address many other forms of violence

Marching for a Culture of Peace arrow

Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions: September 16-24, 2017

In cities and towns in all 50 states, Campaign Nonviolence will march against violence and for a world of peace, justice and sustainability.   During Campaign Nonviolence Week, we will connect the dots between war, poverty, racism and climate change —and join forces to work for a culture of peace.  Plan a march and other nonviolent actions such as vigils, rallies and more! Learn more here.

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