Once a person does the work to find out who they truly are, they no longer have to hunt for scraps of feeling important.
Campaign Nonviolence, a project of Pace e Bene Nonviolence Service, is working for a new culture of nonviolence by connecting the issues to end war, poverty, racism and environmental destruction. We organize The Nonviolent Cities Project and the annual Campaign Nonviolence Week of Actions.
Waging Nonviolence partners with other organizations and publishes their work.
As Badshah Khan explained, “satyagraha stands for both the means and the ends, the struggle and the force that is generated in the struggle.”
To repair the human spirit, we must begin by looking to what broke it in the first place: a loss of the sacred and a life reduced to materialism.
This collection of stories from the news showcases the incredible versatility, imagination, and super creativity of nonviolence in action.
Though the church has moved away from it at times, nonviolence has its roots in religion and must be embraced if we are to survive on this planet.
From India and Palestine to Canada, these ongoing campaigns demonstrate how ordinary people are mobilizing for worker’s rights and an end to war.