Learn about Technology for Peacebuilding on Non-Violence Day

Non Violence Day blogpost

In remembrance of Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday, today marks the International Day of Non-Violence. The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution in 2007 to mark October 2nd as the day to reaffirm “ ‘the universal relevance of the principle of non-violence’ and the desire ‘to secure a culture of peace, tolerance, understanding and non-violence.’ ”

This year’s Non-Violence Day is being celebrated in light of the ongoing protests in Hong Kong. The birthplace of Gandhi, India is celebrating the day with Prime Minister Modi’s ‘Clean India’ campaign. At TechChange, we are celebrating the Day of Non-Violence by offering a $50 discount for our Technology for Conflict Management and Peacebuilding online course that begins Monday!

Apply today with the coupon code ‘NonViolenceDay’ to get $50 off our course!

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