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The second conference of the World Humanist Forum has published its first conclusions: Colonial violence persists and overcoming it is everyone’s business.

Continuing the series that began in May, on 7 July the second World Humanist Forum discussion took place under the title “Is colonialism a thing of the past? With the participation of people and collectives from different continents, the aim…

Football Festival Featuring Five Teams Towards the 3rd World March for Peace and Non-violence in Pakistan

With the World March for Peace and Non-violence 2024 planning to visit Pakistan in its March for Peace across the globe this October, a Football Festival was organized on July 8 and 9 in Bahria Town, to set things in…

Football for Peace Towards the 3rd World March for Peace and Non-violence in Pakistan

by: Irshad Ahmad Mughal Preparations for the World March for Peace and Non-Violence 2024 are already underway in Pakistan, involving youth under the age of 13.  A Football Festival was organized on the 8th and 9th of July featuring five teams…

Social violence is one of the main conditions that worsen people’s mental health and overall well-being.

In the face of the growing wave of violence that the Costa Rican population is suffering in its various manifestations, the Board of Directors of the CPPCR, taking into account the concern of a significant number of its members, and…

Preparations for the Third World March for Peace and Nonviolence in Chile

We interviewed Wilfredo Alfsen of World Without Wars Chile. A key and historic figure in the humanist movement in our country, he is currently part of the organization of the Third World March for Peace and Nonviolence, which will leave…

How to Defeat Violence?

We publish here the conversation among Luca Marini – founder of the Alpha Community, siloist – and the young representative of the Points News channel, Daria Pick. This interview is about Silo, active nonviolence, mental suffering and personal development, going…

On losing ‘the greatest teacher of nonviolence in America’

Rev. James Lawson was my teacher, mentor and friend. We must commit to honoring his legacy. By Kent Wong This story was first published by In These Times. I had the privilege of teaching a course at UCLA on ​“Nonviolence and Social Movements” with Rev.…

The II Forum for Peace in Malaga has ended

The II Mediterranean Forum for Peace and Nonviolence was held in Malaga on 22 and 23 June. This event was a unique opportunity for individuals, organisations and movements committed to building a more just and non-violent society. The Forum, an…

Why does Bangladesh Urge ‘Well-timed Military Diplomacy’ Amid Myanmar’s Provocations Along the Border?

by Ozair Islam Notwithstanding misinformation about Bangladesh’s Saint Martin, and Myanmar’s persistent provocations, Bangladesh rightly pursues the concept of “defense diplomacy” with Myanmar in a nonviolent manner. The Myanmar border situation can only be resolved by “diplomacy”, according to Bangladesh’s…

Nonviolence is the force that can save the world

We are being inundated with demonstrations, protests, webinars, conferences, and numerous face-to-face and virtual events calling for peace, opposing war, and warning of the danger of conflicts that could escalate into a third world war or a first nuclear war…

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