Published: October 26, 2015
Hired staff to advocate for U.S. policies that promote engagement over militarism.
Initiated projects that challenge militarism in Israel and promote policy changes that help protect and address the needs of migrants in several Latin America/Caribbean countries.
Begun documenting evidence for policy analysts and policymakers that demonstrates the effectiveness of nonviolent approaches to conflict.
Shared security is what people have when problems are solved not with coercion or violence but with diplomacy and by investing in mutually beneficial policies and relationships. We’ve set a plan in motion that’s developing a network of grassroots leaders, policymakers, academics, and other partners to advance this new vision of peace and security