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>Read Andrew Peterson's blog about his work in Burundi

>Read Kenya Reports by AGLI coordinator, David Zarembka who lives in the Western Province of Kenya.

>Read the Fall 2008 issue of PeaceWays.

>Get the latest news about Barbara Wybar's work in Bududa, Uganda

>Read about the AVP International Gathering that took place in Kenya in September 2008

Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) encourages participants to recognize that they can best find their own answers to the conflicts they encounter. There are three levels of AVP training: Basic, Advanced, and Training for Facilitators. All workshops last for three days and emphasize building community among participants.

> AVP Program Overview
> Countries where AVP operates
> Articles about AVP


Now, I am Human: Testimonies from the Healing Companions Program in Rwanda and Burundi

Peace Cannot Stay in Small Places: Lessons from Alternatives to Violence Workshops with Gacaca Judges

AGLI has developed HROC. HROC workshops take 10 people from one side of a conflict with 10 people from the other side and has a three day workshop to restore normal relationships between the two sides.

> HROC Program Overview
> Countries where HROC operates
> Articles about HROC
> HROC manuals


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