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Nonviolence education is a core component of our work at the Gandhi Institute. We have developed these experiential resources for educators looking to learn and teach about Gandhi and strategic nonviolence. Please write to gwen@gandhiinstitute.org with any feedback.

198 Methods of Nonviolent Action

Each participant can teach others about different methods of nonviolent action using real-world examples with this activity.

Gandhi Movie

Have students fill in the blanks of this interactive worksheet as they watch the 1982 movie, "Gandhi."


Study the three dimensions of nonviolence with this informative guide, includes strategies for practicing nonviolence.

Gandhi & Nonviolence Discovery Cards Curriculum

Our Gandhi & Nonviolence Cards have been used in classrooms all over the world to introduce students to Gandhi and the principles of strategic nonviolence. Thanks to Rochester educator Elizabeth McGary, we now have four lesson plans that teachers can use in conjunction with the cards. 

Nonviolence & Current Events

Nonviolence News collects current stories of nonviolence in action from all over the world. Sign up to receive the weekly newsletter, or have your students peruse the website to learn how nonviolence is shaping the world today.  

Conflict Transformation Strategies

We’ve collected our top 10 tips for how to transform conflict and have more open, authentic, and meaningful conversations. Download the list below of check out our video series. 

Community Cookbook

In conjunction with Enrico Fermi School 17, the Gandhi Institute has published a community cookbook. The healthy recipes feature seasonal ingredients commonly found in community gardens, and ways to get kids involved in the kitchen.

Gandhi Family Photo Album

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Enjoy this intimate look at the life of Mohandas Gandhi. In this video, Arun Gandhi narrates photos from his grandfather’s life and shares stories from his childhood years living with his grandparents in India.