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Bringing Alternatives to Violence Project workshops to parents and partners

One of the strengths of Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) workshops is that they can be easily be adapted to many contexts. Rather than being a set, inflexible program, AVP is based on a number of broad principles and practices which means facilitators are encouraged to experiment and modify the workshops depending on the group. 970 more words

Families & Parenting

Word For The Day...

From Gratefulness.org

If I could summarize nonviolence in one word, it would be: patience.

Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan


Did you ever start a short, unrecommended, completely new book, and find a lifelong jewel in its short Forward?

I just had this happy experience! The book, not long, not expensive, and in e-form, on my “shelf” here in Bolivia, anyways, is Nonviolent Communication – A Language of Life. 254 more words


Norman Finkelstein: Israel's Murderous Assault on Nonviolent Protesters in Gaza + Israeli Forces Kill 55 as Palestinians Protest US Embassy Opening (updated)

Dandelion Salad

Last updated: May 15, 2018

TheRealNews on May 11, 2018

Norman Finkelstein says Israeli forces have conducted “a murderous assault on nonviolent protesters” in Gaza’s Great March of Return, because peaceful Palestinian protest threatens not Israel, but its occupation.

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Reliving History: Suing the Army

Last week I had the extraordinary opportunity to witness and participate in a reenactment of one of the highlights of my life and a significant event in antiwar history, the 1970 court suit against the Army, … 1,274 more words


7th Sunday of Easter - Year B

Jesus prays in today’s Gospel reading, Father make them one… that they share my joy completely… Keep them from the evil one… Consecrate then in truth… … 565 more words


When we realise our weakness, we realise our discipleship

by Henrietta Cullinan
Pax Christi UK

A Reflection for the 7th Sunday of Easter…

Acts 1:15-17, 20-26 | 1 John 4:11-16 | John 17:11-19

Discipleship, we learn from this Sunday’s readings, means transformation, means thankfulness, means accepting God’s will. 372 more words