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As an unarmed, paid civilian peacekeeping force, Nonviolent Peaceforce fosters dialogue among parties in conflict and provides a protective presence for threatened civilians.

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Rich Van Dellen: We need to start turnin…

Rich Van Dellen: We need to start turning toward international peace

Press Clip Source: Post BulletinDate: September 28, 2016Written by: Rich Van DellenRead original article: Here.   Sept. 21 was the International Day of Peace. In 1981, the United Nations designated the third...

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International Day of Peace Statement

International Day of Peace Statement

In honor of International Day of Peace on September 21, 2016, Nonviolent Peaceforce and other international peacebuilding organizations have issued a shared statement to UN member states on the importance...

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Everyone deserves peace

Everyone deserves peace

Celebrate International Day of Peace on September 21st by changing your Facebook profile. When 24 people a minute flee their home due to conflict, you know responding to violence with more...

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The impact Nonviolent Peaceforce could h…

The impact Nonviolent Peaceforce could have in Southern Thailand

In June and July 2016, Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) conducted an exploration in Southern Thailand to assess the situation and how NP could support the protection of civilians in the conflict-affected...

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From Intern to Peacekeeper

From Intern to Peacekeeper

By Jiro O'Kada, International Protection Officer for Nonviolent Peaceforce in South Sudan. The current chapter of my life in South Sudan began with the Nonviolent Peaceforce’s global partnership, a precursor to...

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Nonviolent Peaceforce announces Tiffany …

Nonviolent Peaceforce announces Tiffany Easthom as Executive Director

Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is pleased to announce the appointment of Tiffany Easthom as its new Executive Director. The Board of Directors and staff are thrilled to have Tiffany lead Nonviolent...

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Ceasefire Monitoring Training Provided …

 Ceasefire Monitoring Training Provided In Southern Burma

Press Clip Source: Burma News InternationalDate: August 6, 2016Reporting by: Saw Khar Suu Nyar for KIC NewsRead original article: Here.   Two civil society groups recently gave ceasefire monitoring training in Dawei...

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Transforming the World’s Response to Con…

Transforming the World’s Response to Conflict

Press Clip Source: Philantropy Journal NewsDate: August 1, 2016Written by: Marna AndersonRead original article: Here.   There are approximately 1.5 billion people currently living in countries where violence is endemic and nearly 60...

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Unarmed Civilian Protection (UCP)

Unarmed Civilian Protection (UCP)

NP works to promote and implement unarmed civilian protection as a tool for reducing violence and protecting civilians in situations of violent conflict.

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