The Non-Violence Project
The Non-Violence Project Foundation is a non-profit foundation with the mission to inspire, engage and motivate young people to understand how to solve conflicts without resorting to violence.
My role has been to structure and develop the educational program as well as the digital platform and outreach program.
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Non-Violence Project has a strong track record having educated and trained 6 million youth, teachers and sport coaches around the world. The educational program is suited for schools and sports clubs and structured in well defined sessions and activities. The content is well documented and evidence based, backed up by scientific findings and research studies from some of the world’s most experienced minds within the fields of psychology and education.
DISTINGUISHED AWARDS FOR BEST PRACTISE
The education programs and NVPs outreach initiatives have won many awards for best practise. The awards include the President Obama's Call To Service Award, Presidential Daily Light Award, received by President Bill Clinton, the Paul Harris Fellow Award given by Rotary International, the American National Safety Council Award for best practise, the Weed & Seed Award given by US Justice Department in 2009 and Best Non-Profit Award by Facebook for the bold ambition to collect One Billion Faces For Peace. More.