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Is Non-Violence possible in a violent world?

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Is Non-Violence possible in a violent world?

Time: June 1, 2011 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: Silo's hall
Street: Yefet 39 (1st floor)
City/Town: Yafo
Website or Map: http://www.worldwithoutwars.o…
Phone: 054-7885299
Event Type: pacifism, non-violence
Organized By: Aaron Elberg
Latest Activity: May 24, 2011

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The meeting will treat believes related with supposed human "nature" that prevents the eradication of violence , human intentionality as driver of change even of that human "nature" and creation of planetary consciousness that rejects wars and any type of violence.

In continuation we will present the World Forum for Peace and Non-Violence initiative, and invite all participants willing to do so to join the promoting team of the Forum in Israel:

 

7th to the 13th of November, 2011

The World Forum for Peace and Nonviolence: A week of activities all around the world promoting peace and nonviolence. Events are taking place everywhere focusing on

  • forums to promote dialogue and interchange
  • cultural and artistic events to raise awareness and
  • a call for 11 seconds of reflection on the 11th of November to gain inspiration and connect with the spirituality of treating others how we want to be treated.

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