We all face interpersonal conflict.  We all are affected by violence, be it physical or non-physical.  AVP community workshops bring together diverse groups of people, including: Americorps volunteers, students, National Guardsmen, youth home residents, homeless shelter staff members, business-owners and teachers, to name just a few.  Together, we are building an international movement for creative conflict resolution. In 1994, the UN sent our facilitators to work with youth in the refugee camps. The national police force in Nicaragua received our training as part of their efforts to defuse violence.  An entire small town in Colorado has chosen to go through our program.

Where do participants come from?