Choose Peaceful Practices - Peace Through Action USA

Choose Peaceful Practices

Choose Peaceful Practices! There are many practical solutions–we call them peaceful practices–that we can do to reduce aggression and violence and increase peace!

Learn more about these peaceful practices by visiting our web pages and information sheets below (series remains under development).

Volunteer to write a peaceful practices information sheet. Find information about volunteering here.

  • Choose Alternative Community Protection
  • Choose Awe Cultivation
  • Choose Behavior Change Campaigns
  • Choose Bias Reduction
  • Choose Bystander Intervention
  • Choose Character Education
  • Choose Civility Cultivation
  • Choose Community Arts
  • Choose Constructive Conflict Resolution
  • Choose Dialogue Groups
  • Choose Diversion
  • Choose Dynamic Embodiment
  • Choose Empathy and Compassion Cultivation
  • Choose Forgiveness
  • Choose HeartMath
  • Choose Home Visiting
  • Choose Mediation
  • Choose Mind-Body Medicine
  • Choose Neighborhood Watch
  • Choose Nonviolent Communication
  • Choose Peace Education
  • Choose Prayer and Reflection Groups
  • Choose Problem-Solving Courts
  • Choose Reconciliation
  • Choose Reentry
  • Choose Reparation
  • Choose Restitution
  • Choose Restorative Justice Practices
  • Choose Safe Routes to School
  • Choose Self-Compassion and Self-Forgiveness
  • Choose Service-Learning
  • Choose Social and Emotional Learning
  • Choose Sport for Development
  • Choose Truth Commissions
  • Choose Unarmed Civilian Protection
  • Choose Violence Interrupters and Credible Messengers
  • Choose Volunteering

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