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International Day of Peace: Stop the Violence! Peace is the way to go

United States, Virginia. Beyond Violence (BV) joins the world in celebrating the International Day of Peace today, the 21st of September 2016, under the theme “The Sustainable Development Goals: Building blocks for peace”. This day is imp...


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Youth of India and Pakistan Unite in their Call for Peace

India and Pakistan recently called off important talks that were scheduled to take...

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Beyond Violence's "Voices for Peace" Campaign Named in Westbourne 100!

Beyond Violence’s “Voices for Peace” Zimbabwe Campaign was selected as one of the most outstanding campaigns of the past 12 months that not only raises awareness about an issue but changes opinion.

London, U.K., 16 May 2014 – Beyond Violence is delighted to announce its “Voices for Peace” Zimbabwe Campaign has been named as a recipient of “The Westbourne 100” Award in ...


Beyond Violence associate Anna Bilous to give a public lecture at the University of Cambridge on ICT

Internet Communication Technologies: Guarding the Truth in 2013-14 Ukraine

Anna Bilous, an associate here at Beyond Violence, is to give a public lecture at the University of Cambridge on Internet Communication Technologies and their use during the recent protests in Ukraine. Her talk is on the 16th of May and is being held in the Alison Richard Building which is located in the Depart...


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Beyond Violence Calls For Immediate Halt To Violence In Ukraine

Beyond Violence has noted with disdain the escalation of violence in the situation in Ukraine, where protesters and police are locked in a tense standoff. The violence has turned Maidan Square, an area in central Kyiv, into a virtual war zone with po...



New Year's Greetings To All

Dear friends, volunteers, partners and well-wishers, We would like to extend cordial greetings to you all on behalf of Beyond Violence and thank you for your continuous support and co-operation for our non-violence peace platform. 2013 has been noteworthy for Beyond Violence volunteers for several reasons: winning the European Youth Award, and ending some successful campaigns: Armenia/Azerbaijan,...


Beyond Violence launches Ukraine campaign

Beyond Violence is launching a campaign in support of Ukrainian people in their peaceful protests in support of democratic values and human rights in the country The protests started just before the Vilnius Summit where the country was about to sign agreements about deepening its cooperation with the EU, but resigned from this plan at the last moment. Ukraine became closer than ever to joining th...


A Tribute on Nelson Mandela’s Passing

Beyond Violence is deeply saddened by the passing of Nelson Mandela, South Africa's Founding Father, globally renowned statesman and one of the greatest anti-apartheid icons of the twentieth century. Nelson Mandela represents the fight against racism, political violence and intolerance and is above all a champion of human rights before the eyes of the world The earth will miss the physical presen...


Beyond Violence attends EYA

Beyond Violence was awarded the European Youth Award (EYA) in the category Pursue Truth! Beyond Violence Executive Director Tim Williams and Blog Manager Ayesha Carmouche travelled to Graz, Austria from 28 to 30 November to participate in the winners’ workshop weekend. The two participated in many workshops and met a lot of other interesting groups with whom Beyond Violence may be able to cooper...


Tim Williams takes part in discussion on “NGOs and development"

Beyond Violence Executive Director Tim Williams took part in a panel discussion today, on the topic of “NGOs and development in Africa”. He was joined by representatives from two other NGOs: Nando, a small German NGO which gives small start-up grants to businesses in Africa, and PLAN, one of the oldest child development organisations in the world (...


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