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In memoriam: Chaiwat Satha-Anand, Professor of nonviolence who opened path to peace in Thailand

Professor Chaiwat Satha-Anand spent over four decades – almost his entire career as a political scientist at Thammasat University – advocating nonviolence and peacebuilding to settle conflicts. Considered a leading authority in peace education, Chaiwat’s research studies on the topic have been hailed in Thailand and abroad.

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#NoWar2024 Conference: Resisting the USA’s Military Empire / #NoWar2024 Conferencia: Resistencia Al Imperio Militar De EE.UU

Join World BEYOND War virtually – or in-person in Australia, Germany, Colombia, and the U.S. – for the 3-day #NoWar2024 Conference from September 20-22 to learn about the impact of the USA’s military base empire and how to resist it.

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Recasting the narrative of pro-Palestine student encampments: a commitment to nonviolent changemaking

The student encampments are not places of hate, they are places of love where nonviolence triumphs. Their demands target an end to violence, and their methods reflect the same intention. The students’ dedication to their cause through peaceful protest is a true commitment to activism through a lens of peace education.

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Stories of Nonviolence from the Peripheries: The Experience of the Philippines (video)

“Stories of Nonviolence from the Peripheries: The Experience of the Philippines” is a captivating two-hour storytelling session that took place on January 30, 2024.  The event shed light on the transformative experiences of religious and community workers who have adeptly applied nonviolent strategies to navigate interpersonal, political, tribal, and inter-religious conflicts.

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LACPSA-Ghana End of Year Review

The year 2023 presented challenges for LACPSA-GHANA, including climate-related disasters and violent conflicts. Their efforts included promoting nonviolence, engaging with the community, educating on climate change, and collaborating with media and emergency services. Their future focus is on engaging educational institutions and continuing to honor their Peace Pioneers.

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