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The Library on Wheels for Nonviolence and Peace, located in Jerusalem and Hebron, offers educational programs and serves as an active library interested in promoting nonviolence and peace for Palestinian children. Founded by the Palestinian Center for the Study of Nonviolence in 1986 and became independent in 1994.
LOWNP developed a variety of ideas to explore the significance of nonviolence and peace tradition in Islam, enhance its practical use at personal, family, school and also at the social level under violent situations. LOWNP has a special interest in nonviolence and peaceful means leading to empowerment for social change and justice.
LOWNP believes active nonviolence is empowering. It’s presence and activities are helping make a positive in the quality of life for thousands of Palestinian families.

LOWNP has a Board of Advisors composed of Palestinian men and women in Palestine. A director, staff and volunteers carry out the ongoing work of LOWNP.
LOWNP is a nonprofit grassroots and community outreach organization. It is an independent Palestinian initiative, not a member of, nor affiliated with, any political party. It is in touch with many libraries, groups and individuals working for social change and justice by nonviolence throughout the world.

Library on Wheels for Nonviolence and Peace organizes training programs in young leadership, nonviolent communication according to need and availability of funds. It continues to seek new ways to meet the needs for peace education for children living under violent circumstances.