Making change is about reaching people who don’t agree with us. To do that, we have to rally the choir to sing at the top of their lungs.
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.
A new book proves the prescience of Eisenhower’s defense spending warning, while also showing its chilling effect on anti-war protest.
By stealing resources from the environment, education and health care, neurosurgeon Ruth Mitchell says that nuclear weapons are one of the biggest threats to human health.
One upcoming action hints at a new tactic to prevent gun violence: round-the-clock vigils outside every gun shop and weapons convention.
Meet our inaugural group of young grantees who created inspiring projects to address violence in their communities and beyond.
Four years after breaking into the largest nuclear submarine base, members of the Kings Bay Plowshares continue to protest nuclear weapons.
Veronica Pelicaric brought deep wisdom, compassion and longing for a more nonviolent world to Pace e Bene as our training director and spiritual guide.