Become a Kingian Nonviolence Trainer

Peace is Possible created/ led by Victoria Christgau, Executive Director CT Center for Nonviolence at University of Hartford
with KINGIAN NETwork participants. The PPWN would like to  give shout out to soloists: Miss Lori, Ruth H, and Norley and little man Oliver and the authors of the song Fre Atlast  and  Victoria Christgau who have been using this song to teach the 6 principles of Kingian Nonviolence since 2003. Please share the song and its history.

So please join me in spreading the word about the summer institutes taking place in July: Kingian Nonviolence Conflict Reconciliation Certification Training, offered by the Connecticut Center for Nonviolence at Central Connecticut State University.

Click for more information:

Kingian Nonviolence Summer Institute CCSU

Registration Form

See brochure and registration form, attached. Nonviolence Education Institute (NEI) at the Institute for the Study and Practice of Nonviolence (265 Oxford St. Providence, RI 02905). I have contacted the organizer, PJ Fox about this and learned that: This training is for school based educators. The first week of NEI is devoted to the certification program; the second week is working on how to implement sustainable nonviolence culture change in schools. There are cheap accommodations and PJ can help set things up. If you send 5 or more participants the price of the training goes down to $450 US. per person. For more information, including application forms,

Nonviolence Education Institute Cover letter

Nonviolence Education Institute Fact sheet

Nonviolence Education Institute Application Together, we can make a difference!


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