The Non-Violence Project Foundation (NVPF) trained over 23,000 people in 2019 to prevent and reduce violence
The Non-Violence Project Foundation (NVPF), whose mission is to prevent and reduce violence around the world, has today released its 2019 Evaluation Report outlining the foundation’s contribution to the global effort to stem violence across the globe. In 2019, NVPF trained 23,778 students, 1,587 teachers/trainers and 7,500 volunteers, on four continents.
Belfast City joins international family of non-violence and peace
The City of Belfast has been warmly welcomed into an illustrious group of locations around the world that have embraced The Knotted Gun sculpture and its supporting organisation, the Non-Violence Project Foundation (NVPF).
The Non Violence Project Foundation (NVPF) reduced violence on 4 continents in 2018
1 BILLION CHILDREN worldwide experience physical, sexual or emotional violence. (1) We need to put an end to violence in the world and teach young people, our future leaders, how to resolve conflicts peacefully.
Why Nonviolence is all about Inner Evolution
Most people are willing to talk about what external violence does to us or the world. We are all horrified to hear about another war, about another sexual abuse, about another incident of bullying. When is the world finally going to change, to evolve into something better and more peaceful? Very few talk about internal violence.
Smarteyes donates SEK 5 million to non-violence organization
Since 2016, the optical company Smarteyes has collaborated with the non-violence organisation The Non-Violence Project. The collaboration has resulted in four eyewear collections, about 100,000 pairs of glasses sold and SEK 5 million to The Non-Violence Projects work.
3 Reasons Why Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) is a Solution to Violence.
Have you ever been bullied? You know, either sexually bullied, hit, laughed at, excluded, felt alone or rejected? I have. And so has every 1 in 3 students (13-15 y.o.) worldwide. (1)
Equality is Peace - International Women's Day
This March 8th, we want to pay tribute to all those women who have believed in equality, who have seen in the future the possibility of improving the world for them and those who come.
World Masters Games 2021, Japan in collaboration with NVPF
The World Masters Games 2021 Kansai Organising Committee (hereinafter referred to as "WMG 2021") and the Non-Violence Project Foundation (NVPF), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate during the 2021 Master Games in Kansai, Japan.
Beirut officially unveils the Knotted Gun "Non-Violence" sculpture, in the first Arab capital.
On the occasion of October 2nd, The International Day of Non‐Violence and the Lebanese National Day of Non-Violence, the universal "sculpture of non‐violence", by the Swedish artist CARL FREDRIK REUTERSWÄRD has been unveiled in the first Arab capital, Beirut.
A peaceful collaboration; Weekday x Non-Violence Project
For autumn/winter 2018, Weekday will launch a comprehensive collaboration with Non-Violence Project (NVP), a non-profit organisation that promotes solving conflicts without violence through educational programs. The partnership consists of two parts: a newly formed network of spokes- persons for peace and a collection that enables Weekday customers to promote peace in their daily life.
Brothers against violence
The Non-Violence Project Foundation (NVPF) announces two new Peace Ambassadors - New York Rangers' Henrik Lundqvist and HC Frölunda's Joel Lundqvist. "We hope to bring more knowledge to young people and spread Non-Violence Projects important message about non-violence by becoming Ambassadors for Peace."
Non-violence project to help thousands of school students in Uganda
More than 25,000 pupils are to benefit from a new project to combat violence in schools in eastern Uganda The Non-Violence Project Foundation’s (NVPF) education project was launched this month with the aim of stopping youth violence in the country and more students being murdered in schools. Article by Billy Briggs for Their World, April 05 2018
The Non-Violence Project Foundation (NVPF) launches an important 3-year project to reduce youth violence in Uganda.
250 schools, 2500 teachers, 25 000 students with a total of 250 000 people in communities will be engaged in The Non-Violence Project Foundation (NVPF)'s educational project in Uganda, thanks to the financial support from the City and the Canton of Geneva in Switzerland.
A foundation wants to launch a tool at school that allows students to report violence and receive support.
Nearly 6% of Geneva's secondary school students report being harassed at school or on social networks, according to a study by the Department of Education. The Non-Violence Project Foundation wants to launch a tool at school that allows students to report violence and receive support. Photo: Norbert Michalke By: Aurélie Toninato