An international virtual celebration via Zoom was held to celebrate 25 years of No More Violence serving communities and schools throughout Latin America and beyond. There was participation from community leaders and coordinators from all the different countries in which
General Rodriguez, province of Buenos Aires On August 6, a No More Violence Volunteer Training was carried out, with the main topic of “No More Violence Goes to School”, in General Rodriguez of the Provincial State of Buenos Aires. Mirta
With the intention of establishing a relationship and planning future partnerships, on July 28, 2022, the Volunteers of No More Violence Costa Rica held a meeting with the Mayor’s Office of San José de Montes de Oca. Our organization was
Aguilares, Province of Tucumán, Argentina The Volunteers of No More Violence, Argentina, were invited to present their service to the community at the event organized by the Youth Directorate of the Municipality of Aguilares in the Provincial State of Tucumán,
The Evangelical Federation of Costa Rica, delivered the Life Awards of that nation, and No More Violence International participated in this event. The first edition of the Life Awards awarded five organizations that ensure the protection of human life. The
The Board of Directors of No More Violence International, during their visit to San José, Costa Rica, had the opportunity to meet with the Ministry of Justice of the Nation to publicize the tasks it carries out in relation to
General Rodriguez, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina On August 6, a No More Violence Volunteer Training was carried out, with the use of the materials “No More Violence Goes to School”, in General Rodriguez of the Province of Buenos Aires.
Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia No More Violence Bolivia, under the coordination of Chicho and Marisa Añez Vaca, carried out in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, a task of assistance and service to the community with the NMV volunteers
The Board of Directors of the organization No More Violence International, met in the state of Heredia, Costa Rica, in order to outline the objectives for the next 5 years. The meeting was held from July 27 to August 2,
The volunteers of No More Violence, from this nation, assisted the Venezuelan migrants with coverage for their basic needs such as food and clothing so that they can be comfortable in their first days of stay in this country.