Upcoming Events for Nonviolence

Register Now for Grassroots Nonviolence Training

Grassroots Advocacy Training Day (March 7-8th) is the perfect opportunity to build your skills as an activist and make an impact on US Israeli-Palestinian conflict policy.  This event will be located at American University in Washington D.C where peace-builders will gather to demand an end to Israel's siege in Gaza.
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Apply for the Fletcher Summer Institute

The International Center on Nonviolent Conflict is now accepting applications for the Fletcher Summer Institute for the Advanced Study of Nonviolent Conflict at Tufts University.  This week long program will run at the end of June and feature a variety of scholars from around the world. Nonviolence International encourages anyone interested to apply.
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Andres Conteris Available to Speak in Washington D.C. in March

Andres Conteris, the Nonviolence International director of the Latin America programs, is planning on coming to Washington DC around March 15th will be available for speaking engagements for two to three weeks. If you have any interest in hosting him to give a detailed account of his experience in Honduras, talk about his mission as a whole or fund future endeavors, please contact us at info@nonviolenceinternational.net.

Mubarak Awad's Speaking Tour

Nonviolence International is planning a North American speaking tour for Mubarak Awad in May and June 2010.  If you would like to host him for a speaking or fundraising event please contact us at info@nonviolenceinternational.net.

2010 El-Hibri Peace Education Prize Now Accepting Nominations

The El-Hibri Peace Education Prize recognizes outstanding peace educators based in the United States by awarding $10,000 annually to an individual or organization making valuable contributions to peace education and social justice in the Middle East.
We are currently accepting nominations until June 6, 2010.
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Refusing to be Enemies: Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolent Resistance to the Israeli Occupation


Maxine Kaufman-Lacusta's new book Refusing to be Enemies: Palestinian and Israeli Nonviolent Resistance to the Israeli Occupation, presents the viewpoints of many nonviolent activists in Israel and Palestine as they discuss their struggle and hope for change in the future. This includes contributions from NI board members Mubarak Awad, Sami Awad and Jonathan Kuttab.
For full text of publisher's blurb click here.

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