|Believing in justice as a basis for peace, the center has drawn attention to the facts and specifics of infringements against justice. Many activities related to nonviolence have been organized to tackle the issues of human rights violations. In this context, the center has built unique relations with local and international movements or organizations that advocate the ideas of peace and nonviolence. This work began long before the Oslo accords, believing in the fact that communication is the basis for all human understanding. It is also the best way to remove the barriers of fear and mistrust among the parties in order to insure a future built on justice.