Help Build Campaign Nonviolence by Hosting a CNV Workshop in Your Area
This workshop offers participants the chance to:
The CNV workshop uses story-telling, role-plays, small group reflection, and powerful exercises to explore the principles and practicalities of nonviolent change – and to prepare participants to organize CNV locally, including for the nationwide local actions September 18-25, 2016.
If you or your group are interested in having a Campaign Nonviolence workshop in your area, please let us know below!
When we launched Campaign Nonviolence, we led four CNV workshops in Chicago, Ill., Cambridge, Mass., Oakland, Calif., and Pasadena, Calif. These skill-building events played a pivotal role in helping to organize the nationwide mobilization last September.
This year, we hope to see more CNV workshops as we build toward the third annual Campaign Nonviolence Week – September 18-25 – when we will join with people everywhere “marching for the world, engaging with others, and transforming our lives.”
Members of the CNV training team are available to lead CNV workshops in your area. We are also planning to organize a CNV Training for Trainers (in person and/or online). Let us know below if you would like to be trained to lead a CNV skill-building workshop in your area!
CNV workshops can be delivered in several formats: Two-Day (Saturday, 9:00am-6:00pm, Sunday: 1:00-6:00pm); Friday Evening and Saturday (Friday, 7:00-9:00pm, Saturday, 9:00am-6:00pm); or One-Day (Saturday, 9:00am-6:00pm). We can also tailor CNV presentations for 1-3 hour programs.
Campaign Nonviolence is working to support nonviolent solutions to the monumental challenges facing our planet and its inhabitants through nonviolence education, public witness, long-term movement-building, and strategies to mainstream nonviolence. The Campaign Nonviolence Skill-Building Workshop is designed to provide a vision and a toolbox for this critical work.
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