Nonviolence in the Context of War and Armed Conflict
Peace and human rights activists, people working with refugees or war affected populations all over the world, bear witness that it is possible to work on armed conflicts and against large-scale human rights violations with nonviolent means.
They also experience that only long-term commitment can transform a conflict, heal wounds, and even bring about reconciliation.
Good will and commitment are indispensable for this work, but in themselves not sufficient.
Training in nonviolent skills for the work in situations of war or civil war will make the work of activists more effective. KURVE Wustrow is holding an international nonviolence training in English language, specifically designed for those working or planning to work in areas of war or armed conflict.