School Zone SignCrool Zone - a WebQuest Series on creating non-violent schools
Conceptual Models

Related to Domestic Violence
Neutral version of the Duluth model
revised by Tom Graves highlights the differences between destructive and constructive behavior

The Nonviolence Wheel
from the Duluth Model, Domestic Abuse Intervention Project

Violence Wheel - Simplified
adapted by the SafetyNet site

Non-Violence Wheel - Simplified
adapted by the SafetyNet site

from the Dalai Lama
His Holiness the Dalai Lama's Vision for a Future Free Tibet
Principal Features of the Constitution for a free Tibet

from Mohandas Gandhi
Gandhi's 7 Blunders of the World
by Mohandas K. Gandhi

from Martin Luther King, Jr.
Nonviolence: A Way of Life
from The King Center

from the International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR)
The Culture of Nonviolence Program
focuses areas such as "Structures for Peace Building" and "Peace Teams"

Manifesto 2000 for a culture of Peace and Non-violence
from UNESCO Identifies six key points for turning the culture of war and violence into a culture of peace and non-violence

from the Baha'i Faith
A New Vision for Humanity's Future
offers 6 characteristics of their faith that could help our planet's future.

School Solutions

Guide for Preventing and Responding to School Violence
comprehensive guide

Panel probing school shootings finds no easy solutions
from CNN

James Brown's got a brand new bag: School violence
from CNN

FAQ on Violence prevention
from the National Center for Education Statistics


Launched April 2002. Revised February, 2005.
By Tom March, tom at ozline dot com
Applications Design Team/Wired Learning