Articles by Center for Global Nonkilling

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«Give Nonkilling a Chance» Book Released in Delhi
Joám Evans Pim | Center for Global Nonkilling – TRANSCEND Media Service, 16 Sep 2019

7 Sep 2019 – Give Nonkilling a Chance: Are Nonkilling Societies Possible? edited by Prof. Anoop Swarup and dedicated to late Prof. Glenn D. Paige, with contributions from across the world, was released at Gandhi Smriti, Delhi on 31 Aug 2019.

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Doctoral Thesis on Nonkilling Mechanisms by TRANSCEND Member Joám Evans Pim at Åbo Akademi University, Finland
Center for Global Nonkilling – TRANSCEND Media Service, 29 Apr 2019

Evans defended the role of restraint mechanisms for the prevention of potentially lethal aggression as an evolutionary driver for the development and complexification of hominin communicative abilities, including articulated language and symbolic cultural practices.

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Global Nonkilling Index Launched
Bill Bhaneja | Center for Global Nonkilling – TRANSCEND Media Service, 24 Sep 2018

‘This index reflects an advanced method of indexing peace by looking at “killing” beyond traditional murder rates, to includes suicide, capital punishment, and battlefield death rates… Because a nonkilling index provides a better correlation to peace in a broader context than simple murder rates, the adoption of a nonkilling index, such as proposed in this article, will hopefully encourage the collection of more data on killing in any form every year by the World Health Organization and others’.

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Nonkiller Apps Are the Future: Here’s Why
John Pavley – Center for Global Nonkilling, 23 Dec 2013

The chief technology officer at the The Huffington Post published an innovative article bridging nonkilling with the latest IT technologies, evidencing the applicability of this concept in how new projects are conceived, designed and implemented.

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Are Killing-Free Societies Possible?
Prof. Glenn D. Paige – Center for Global Nonkilling, 13 Sep 2010

Evidence suggests that by working with committed organizations, leaders and individuals like you we can significantly reduce and eventually eliminate human killing. This goal belongs to everyone, across political, religious or ethnic affiliations. The development of truly civil societies, and nothing less than the future of humankind, depends on our joint success.

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