Membership Assistance

Practical Peacebuilding Mentorship Program

In our new six month Mentorship Program with NVINY, you will be joining a community of activists and student leaders from around the world to learn from experienced members of civil society at the United Nations. Mentors will plan and participate in active projects with NVINY to build and implement actions in service to our local and global communities. As a team, the individual and staff at NVINY will address actions and work together to build measurable and sustainable results for a project’s success.

Become an Intern

Join the Nonviolence International New York community through the Internship Program to gain direct experience with United Nations-NGO interaction and organization, grassroots campaigns and movements, the operating mechanics of a non-profit organization, outreach, and fundraising, as well as the practical implementation of nonviolent action, both in today’s world and historically.

Become a Volunteer

Join the Nonviolence International New York community. We welcome volunteers from all different professional fields. We love having new ideas and skill sets added to our larger network each semester. We have created a program that allows you to learn and explore your skills while impacting the international community. Our volunteer program is a place to apply your knowledge while helping the world.

United Action Strategy Meetings

Join our weekly members-only strategy meetings hosted by Joshua Kirshbaum, in which leaders of regional peaceful protest groups and civil rights activists work together across the world to build out real results and coordinate actions for significant change.

Harlem Solutions

Join us at the Harlem Nonviolent Resource center and together explore solutions to conflict in daily life from issues related to Covid-19 to neighborhood disputes.