” Nonviolence is the greatest force at the disposal of humankind. It is mightier than the mightiest weapon of destruction devised by the ingenuity of people. “
Mahatma Gandhi, 1935.
We live in a world where conflicts are on the rise and more importantly, violence is thought of as the means to resolve conflicts. The International Gandhian Institute for Nonviolence and Peace – IGINP. We are focused on education programs that minimize violence and promote values of nonviolence that are meant to establish peace. IGINP is a center of learning of different nonviolence practices. These nonviolence practices are geared to achieving a society free from discrimination and violence of any kind. This society, Gandhi called Sarvodaya or ‘well-being for all’…
We promote nonviolence and peace on the global level. We also aims to achieve a violence free planet for whole humanity by promoting the Gandhian concept of Sarvodaya (welfare of all).
Women’s Conference on Nonviolence October 2016 IGINP and GRF Jalgaon
Before you start a training, there are different things you should think about. First you have to decide on the duration.
Jai Jagat Campaign
One big factor is the funding of the training, because the organizers should cover the food for the participants.
The Jai Jagat is a vision of bringing people together to promote justice and ethics as a way to realize peace. This vision draws from Gandhi’s use of nonviolence in the Freedom struggle in India against the oppressive colonial forces. The Jai Jagat is a campaign that enacts this vision at a global level through people’s engagement in multi-year events and actions. Although the Jai Jagat began in India in 2007 with a Janadesh march of 25,000 landless people, nonviolent action has since touched other locations in countering oppressive policies, laws and governments…