Hear how Nonviolent Peaceforce's expertise in South Sudan can be used to defend democracy here and learn what actions you can take. With the recent kidnapping attempt of the governor in Michigan, using nonviolent methods to stop violence is particularly relevant now. Speaker bios listed here.
Cafe #8: What is Safety in My Community? | October 22, 2020
How I could use nonviolence to provide safety in my community? Sharing knowledge, experiences, and goals on nonviolent community safety in small groups. Related links: Email us with any questions | Resource Guide
Cafe #7: Update on NP Work in the US | October 1, 2020
Join Tiffany Easthom (NP Executive Director) as moderator for this dialogue with the US assessment team on alternative, nonviolent security in our schools and in our streets. Related links: Email us with any questions | Our friends are offering trainings: here, here, here | Check out holdthelineguide
Cafe #6: Racism in Humanitarian Work | July 30, 2020
What actions can you take now to work towards sustainable peace? Hear from Gareth Sweeney (Crisis Action), Gay Rosenblum-Kumar (NP UN Representative), and Mel Duncan (NP Co-Founder and Director of Advocacy and Outreach). Related link: Actions for U.S. Congress Advocacy
Cafe #3: The Next Gen & The Potential for Peace | April 9, 2020
How does this era have the potential to be a time for peace? Sharing knowledge and experiences in small groups, led by facilitators from the next generation of peacebuilders.
Cafe #2: Responding to COVID-19 in the Field | April 2, 2020
How are our teams in the field adapting to the changes brought by COVID-19? Hear from Tiffany Eastom (NP Executive Director), Thiago Wolfer (NP Interim Head of Mission in South Sudan), and Rosemary Kabaki (NP Head of Mission in Myanmar).
Cafe #1: Reframing the Covid Crisis from War to Reawakening | March 26, 2020