World Peace

Non-Violence Foundation is committed to promoting peace and non-violence across the world through various programs and initiatives. One of the key programs of the foundation is the annual World Peace University, which will be an online virtual university aimed at spreading the message of peace and non-violence.

The foundation also runs the World Peace Parliament, which brings together youth and leaders from various countries to discuss and promote peace and non-violence. The WAOW (We Are One World) Club is another initiative that promotes the concept of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” (the world is one family) and “One Family, One Earth, One Future” through its programs aimed at the youth.

The World Citizen’s Network and World Peace Ambassador award program are designed to recognize and reward individuals who are promoting peace and non-violence at an international level. The Mahatma Gandhi College of Social Work is another initiative that is working towards ensuring a new education policy and promoting social work education and innovative lifelong opportunities.

The Shanti Sewa Sadan is a network of old-age homes across India that provides foster care for senior citizens, mobile physiotherapy centers, and old-age and orphan homes. The Children Peace Station is another initiative aimed at promoting mental health and supporting children in the Delhi and NCR region. The Swalamban Abhiyan program is aimed at providing livelihood opportunities for widow, divorcees, and disabled women for peace of mind.

In conclusion, the World Peace Non-Violence Foundation and its network of programs are dedicated to promoting peace, non-violence, and the well-being of all individuals, regardless of age or background. By working together towards these goals, we can ensure a more peaceful and harmonious world for future generations.