Regional Groups

CPT Regional groups are built around a core of trained CPTers and CPT supporters that work to reduce violence both in their local regions and by supporting or serving on already-established CPT projects.

CPT regional groups engage in a variety of activities: nonviolent direct actions, organizing speaking tours, lobbying government officials, and serving on CPT projects. CPT regional groups can function as a spiritual support community for people doing a lot of peace organizing.

When at least ten people from a region apply to become CPT Reservists (3-year term, 2-8 weeks service per year), CPT will work with that group to plan a regional training.

The process for becoming a CPT Reservist includes first participating in a CPT delegation, and then applying to become part of the Peacemaker Corps.