Center for Nonviolence & Peace Studies

Promotes peace and a global beloved community through nonviolence.

13th Annual International Nonviolence Summer Institute – 2014


981273_599278440106843_536156067_oBased on the philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. the Nonviolence Summer Institute 2014 brings together national and international participants interested in learning the skills necessary for promoting peace, nonviolence, civil resistance, & social change in their local communities, region, or globally. History shows that the success of peaceful social transformation depends largely on individuals who are knowledgeable and well-trained in the strategies and methods of nonviolence. Train with us and become part of a global network of trainers in 34 countries on 5 continents and 21 US states.

June 2-13, 2014

Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Training

  • Based on the philosophy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Join others from across the U.S. and around the world
  • Exciting 2-week intensive and interactive training
  • Guest speaker – Civil Rights leader, Dr. Bernard LaFayette, Jr.

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Options for Attendance:

3-Day Introduction to Kingian Nonviolence
Monday, June 2- Wednesday June 4, 2014

Level I Kingian Nonviolence Trainer Certification Training:
Monday, June 2 – Friday, June 13, 2014

Level II Advanced Kingian Nonviolence Certification Training:
Monday, June 9 – Friday, June 13, 2014

NEW for International Participants:
21-Day Extended Training and Cultural Education Program
Option for J-1 Visa

Designed for international participants who wish to complete the 2-week Kingian Nonviolence Level I Certification Training Program, and remain in residence one more week for an extended cultural learning experience.

Who Should Attend?

The International Nonviolence Summer Institute is ideal for anyone interested in acquiring the leadership skills necessary for promoting peace, nonviolence & social change, regardless of work career or field of study. It is often attended by NGO workers, human-rights activists, teachers, university students and faculty, counselors, social workers, business management, criminal justice workers, law enforcement, health care professionals, clergy, and faith-based educators.

For more information contact:
Thupten Tendhar

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