International Peace Teams are peace teams placed outside the U.S. borders.  They are usually of longer duration (3 weeks - 3 months) and involve more advanced skills training.  If you're interested in learning more about our International Peace Teams... CLICK HERE​​​​​​​

Domestic Peace Teams

Domestic Peace Teams are teams placed within the U.S. borders.  They are usually short-term (1-3 days).  To serve on one of our Domestic Teams, you must complete training with us.  If you're interested in learning more about our Domestic Peace Teams, please contact Kim Redgian .


Peace Teams

Your tax-deductible donation can help fund peace teams.  Even if you're not able to go, your financial gift helps make it possible for others.

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Shanti Sena Network

The Shanti Sena Network is a coalition of nonviolence skills trainers and organizations from across North America, working together to train and place short-term teams where needed.  For more information, Click HERE  or contact

Mary L. Hanna (MPT representative to the SSN)


MPT Hubs are trained groups of MPT volunteers that share a common geographical area.  They work with MPT to train others in their area and to place Domestic Peace Teams in their vacinity where invited.   If you're interested in learning more about our Hubs, Click Here or contact our Hubs Coordinator, Stephen Niamke.