Campaign Nonviolence Study Groups

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Start a Campaign Nonviolence Study Group!

Pace e Bene has created four study group formats to explore active nonviolence:

  • Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living
  • From Violence To Wholeness
  • Traveling with the Turtle: Women’s Spirituality of Peacemaking
  • Peace Grows!

Each of these formats offers participants a wide variety of principles, stories, exercises, and readings for learning, experimenting with, and practicing the power of creative nonviolence. Suggested group size: 5-15. Facilitator directions and pointers included.

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Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living — Foundations for Nonviolent Change

Engage is Pace e Bene’s foundational curriculum. It invites participants to deepen the nonviolent life and to build a more just and peaceful world. Designed to be adapted in a wide range of contexts, Engage explores the core values and methods of creative nonviolence.
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From Violence to Wholeness: The Spirituality and Practice of Christian Nonviolence

From Violence to Wholeness explores the power and principles of Christian nonviolence for personal and social change.
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Traveling with the Turtle: Women’s Spirituality and Peacemaking

Women’s spirituality is a powerful force for peacemaking. The Traveling with the Turtle book create opportunities for women to explore the values and practices of this spirituality and how they contribute to personal healing, healthy relationships and inclusive communities.
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Peace Grows! Nurturing a Culture of Nonviolence

Peace Grows explores how the seeds of peace exist in all cultures, how a global culture of peace is emerging in our midst, and how we can take an active part in this growing reality.
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For more information about Campaign Nonviolence Study Groups contact Pace e Bene at info@paceebene.org, or 510-268-8765
Engage: Exploring Nonviolent Living
From Violence To Wholeness
Traveling with the Turtle: Women’s Spirituality of Peacemaking
Peace Grows! Nurturing a Culture of Nonviolence