Pashtun diaspora forms global organization to promote peace in their homeland

    The Pashtun Global Diaspora organization aims to organize the 2 million Pashtuns living abroad to support peace, freedom and prosperity at home.

    Founded in 2011, the International Institute for Peace is a UNESCO Category II organization based at Rutgers University, Newark. We are dedicated to the promotion of research and education on peacebuilding and conflict transformation through nonviolent struggle, and the cultivation of a culture of peace.

    Waging Nonviolence partners with other organizations and publishes their work.

      Repressed in Pakistan, the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement marches on Geneva for rights

      July 30, 2019

      Participants in the Long March to Geneva came from across Europe to protest Pakistan’s treatment of the surging Pashtun Tahafuz movement.

        Pakistan’s Pashtuns take on the army for war crimes

        June 26, 2019

        The protection of Pashtuns against the perpetual cycle of war has become the rallying cry of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement.

          Take a trip to the Digital Library of Nonviolent Resistance

          June 17, 2019

          Nonviolence International and IIP have created an open access online collection of training manuals and handbooks from the 1960s onward.

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