Nonkilling

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This logo explains the concept of nonkilling: creative transformational initiatives (blue), drawing upon nonkilling human capabilities (white), can bring an end to human killing (red).

Nonkilling is a worldview that affirms the possibility of a society where killing is absent. In such a society there would be no killings, threats to kill, weapons made to kill or reasons for people to kill each other.[1]

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  1. Glenn D. Paige, Nonkilling Global Political Science. Center for Global Nonkilling, 2002; 3rd ed. 2009, page 1.[1]

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