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Non-Violence Project Annual Activity Report 2023

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Non-Violence Project Annual Activity Report 2023

Halfway through 2024, and we're thrilled to share our full 2023 activity report with you!

2023 was a year of resilience for Non-Violence Project and all our countries. The dedication and support from each and every one of you has been truly remarkable as we strive to prevent conflicts and create better living, sporting, and working environments.
Huge thanks to all our country directors, trainers, donors, sponsors, partners, advocates, and friends of Non-Violence Project!

Despite facing steep challenges this year, we remain committed to our mission. In today's world, patience, commitment, and resilience are tested, and once again, we rise to the occasion.

We invite you all to dive into the global and local activities of The Non-Violence Project's network of 2023 and join us in supporting 2024 and beyond.

Together, we are The Non-Violence Project, the movement that unites.

To access the Non-Violence Project Foundation 2023 Annual Activity Report in English, kindly click here.

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We inspire, motivate and engage people to learn how to solve conflicts peacefully through raising awareness and education.

The Non-Violence Project Foundation empowers people with creative tools and skills to cultivate awareness and understanding of non-violence, enabling them to overcome violence, leading to a virtuous cycle of positive impact. We believe that knowledge is power, and that creativity can help unlock the full potential of this power through skill-based learning and learning tools that are more engaging, impactful, and relevant to the needs of today and tomorrow.

We have educated more than 9 million people on five continents since the organisation was founded in 1993 in Switzerland. Our education programs and outreach initiatives have won several awards for best practise. President Obama awarded NVP the ”President’s Call to Service Award” in 2011. Other awards include the Presidential Daily Light Award, received by President Bill Clinton, the Paul Harris Fellow Award given by Rotary International, the American National Safety Council Award for best practise and the Weed & Seed Award given by US Justice Department in 2009.

It is thanks to our 30-year legacy, symbol of the Knotted Gun, innovative methods, and a growing community of change advocates like you that we can shape a more peaceful and non-violent world.

We are a non-profit based in Geneva, Switzerland, but operating globally, which means you can join us wherever you are.

For more information about us and our initiatives please visit or contact us at

The Non-Violence Project Foundation
Avenue Louis Casaï 18
1209 Geneva