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Nonviolent  Journal

Welcome to the

People are rightfully frustrated with peace efforts. They ask, “why is there so much violence in the world? Why can’t anyone do anything about it? Will there ever be world peace?”

Join us as we explore some solutions from around the globe.

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Introduction

The idea of a culture of peace was held with great regard but separately by both Galtung and the United Nations.  The idea of creating a culture of peace captivates the greatest of minds, and is seen as a major key to  making peace last.  But can cultures be changed?

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Chapter 1:

The idea of a culture of peace was held with great regard but separately by both Galtung and the United Nations.  The idea of creating a culture of peace captivates the greatest of minds, and is seen as a major key to  making peace last.  But can cultures be changed?

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Chapter 2:

The idea of a culture of peace was held with great regard but separately by both Galtung and the United Nations.  The idea of creating a culture of peace captivates the greatest of minds, and is seen as a major key to  making peace last.  But can cultures be changed?

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Chapter 3:

The idea of a culture of peace was held with great regard but separately by both Galtung and the United Nations.  The idea of creating a culture of peace captivates the greatest of minds, and is seen as a major key to  making peace last.  But can cultures be changed?

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Chapter 4: UN Culture of Peace Program

The idea of a culture of peace was held with great regard but separately by both Galtung and the United Nations.  The idea of creating a culture of peace captivates the greatest of minds, and is seen as a major key to  making peace last.  But can cultures be changed?

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Chapter 5:

The idea of a culture of peace was held with great regard but separately by both Galtung and the United Nations.  The idea of creating a culture of peace captivates the greatest of minds, and is seen as a major key to  making peace last.  But can cultures be changed?