Nonviolence International (NI) peace-building Figure 4: Non-violence International Organization's Profile: "Nonviolence international promotes nonviolent action and seeks to reduce the use of violence worldwide.
What does NVI stand for?
NVI stands for Nonviolence International (Washington, DC)
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We have 51 other meanings of NVI in our Acronym Attic
- Nederlands Vaccin Instituut (Dutch: Dutch Vaccine Institute)
- Negative Volume Index
- Neovascularization of the Iris
- Neurovascularly Intact
- New Ventures India (joint initiative)
- New Voice Infrastructure
- Night Vision Instrument
- Non-Value Indicator (stamps)
- Non-Verifiable Income (tax)
- Non-Virtual Interface (computer programming)
- Not Very Interesting
- New Visions in Action (teacher development)
- Northern Virginia Independent Athletic Conference
- Northern Virginia Internet Access Cooperative (est. 1995)
- North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society (Canada)
- National Vaccine Information Center
- Navigation and Vessel Inspection Circular (US Coast Guard)
- Nederlands-Vlaams Instituut in Cairo (Dutch: Dutch-Flemish Institute in Cairo; Egypt)
- Nederlandse Vereniging Intensive Care (Dutch: Dutch Society of Intensive Care)
- Nested Vectored Interrupt Controller (computer processor component)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A report earlier this year by Nonviolence International, US-based pacifist group, said that the ability to distinguish between security officers, fighters and criminals in the area is increasingly difficult amid an atmosphere of suspicion and paranoia.
The "climate of insecurity and violence" that now exists, heightened by the state's failure to ensure law and order, is driving civilians' demands to carry guns, according to activist group Nonviolence International.
Marie-Christine Huard from Welland, Ontario is in Bangkok, Thailand with Nonviolence International Southeast Asia (NISEA).
Amreen Choudhury of Ottawa, Ontario, is in Bangkok, Thailand, with Nonviolence International Southeast Asia (NISEA).
She is now with Nonviolence International Southeast Asia, in Bangkok, Thailand as a research assistant in their Arms Reduction Program.
Lessons learned from achievements and failures in peace agreements over the past decade: a strategy for peace process optimization, by Caroline Guinmard, co-published by the International Peace Bureau and Nonviolence International, 2002, ISBN 92-95006-02-X, 176 pp.