Snjezana, Rolk, Ana Catarina, et al.: The best way to Non-Violence Ed is through example. This will include daily lessons in the negativity and effects of violent behavior, in the family, in the home, in the community, and in society in general. This is counter balanced with daily lessons in the positive effects of gentle, loving actions and behavior, in the family, in the community and in society in general. This is most effectively applied with weekly efforts towards actual actions as exercises, or "homework" by the student, followed by weekly sessions of sharing such experiences, without any harsh criticism of the other participants, students as well as the instructor guide.
Besides what Max A. says, I can say only this much: Be aware of your thoughts--question the bad ones. It can feel maddening to do--still does to me, lol. When you catch yourself in a negative thought, do your best (easier said than done) to view yourself--see if you can identify what triggered it. Often, it's more about us than about the other person or persons. Hugses, me
Maharishi Yagyavalkya's name is being held with extreme respect and huge admiration amongst the galaxy of legendary Saints of ancient India who lived from the times of Ramayan to Mahabharat period. He lived for more than 1700 years. His excellent spiritual and educational sermons have left a shining trail of his invaluable knowledge for the young generation. His famous message "Knowledge is Power" still holds true in present times.