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AVP in the Kimberley

The Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) is a network of independent not-for-profit grass-roots volunteer groups offering experiential workshops on creative conflict transformation in prisons, schools, and the wider community. The Help Increase the Peace (HIP) Program is an adaptation of AVP for schools.

These workshops empower individuals to liberate themselves and others from the burden of violence. The fundamental belief of AVP is that there is a power for peace and good in everyone, and that this power has the ability to transform violence. AVP builds on a spiritual basis of respecting and caring for self and others.


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Calendar of AVP Workshops
for AVP in the Kimberley

Contact AVP in the Kimberley to enquire about their workshops.
.         Contact Workshop Coordinator for details         .
  • Contact the workshop contact person nominated in the calendar above or the workshop registrar listed below to confirm the dates and status of proposed workshops, and to make bookings.

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AVP Workshop Contacts
for AVP in the Kimberley

   AVP in the Kimberley
          AVP Kimberley
          c/- AVP-WA (Inc),
          PO Box 721,
          Mt Lawley   WA  6050
          
Email:    avpkimberley@gmail.com
                
Website:  www.avpwa.org
          
Facebook: Avp Kimberley Peaceful Pathways









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            current as at May 2016
                    
Last Updated 5/05/16  
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