Center for Global Nonkilling (CGNK)
3653 Tantalus Drive
HI 96822 Honolulu, Hawai‛i
Ansprechpartner: Joám Evans Pim
- Freiwillige Helfer sind willkommen.
Center for Global Nonkilling (CGNK) builds on two decades of work by Glenn Paige, a former soldier and now Professor Emeritus, University of Hawai`i, who published Nonkilling Global Political Science in 2002. CGNK was established as a global nonprofit organization in Honolulu, Hawai`i, in late 2008 by a major grant from Humanity United. Based on extensive research and concrete evidence, CGNK believes it is possible to create societies where killing is significantly reduced, and eventually eradicated. This begins with cherishing the value and potential of each human life, and addressing the human conditions that lead to killing. We are committed to the realization of a world where killing is not taken for granted, and where the elimination of killing is a goal broadly embraced by people of all religious, cultural, ethnic, racial and political backgrounds.
• Developing linkages and synergy among nonkilling knowledge, education-training and problem solving action by global leaders and communities
• Enacting and implementing organizational policies that ensure legal and financial accountability
• Promoting and measuring the increased use of nonkilling terminology and concepts in global discourse
• Creating, disseminating, applying and evaluating tools for nonkilling advocacy, action, education and research
• Becoming an acknowledged source of nonkilling information
• Introducing nonkilling resources and initiatives into killing zones to reduce or stop killing
• Developing the capabilities to predict where future killing is likely, and develop strategies to prevent killing in those areas
• Leveraging CGNK resources through existing organizations to catalyze and multiply CGNK´s impact
Nonkilling Monitoring Programs
• Global Nonkilling Observatory
• Nonkilling Bluebooks
• Guides of Nonkilling Best Practices
• Global Body Count
• Nonkilling Communities Flag Program
Education & Training Programs
• Global Nonkilling Studies Program
• Leadership Academy and associated Youth Network
• School Guide and Curricula and associated School Network
• Translations and Publications
• Nonkilling Hawai`i Consortium
Nonkilling Research Program
• Exploratory Colloquia
• Research Portal and Repositorium
• UNESCO Unitwin Network for Nonkilling Research
Joám Evans Pim is the Director of the Center for Global Nonkilling (CGNK).
For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.