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Action for peace - Wide range of resources on peace, war, conflict and nonviolence. Reflective and factual material including resources for pupils and teachers.
Artists Without Borders - The humanitarian organization of artists - forging ties between Kosovan, Serbian and Japanese children by the exchange of artwork and letters.
Civis - Swedish non-profit peace building foundation supporting civil initiatives on conflict management and non-violence in different parts of the world.
Community Peacemakers - Provides information and connections related to peace, non-violence and social justice, programs and events, personal change and growth and professional development.
Conscience and Peace Tax International (CPTI) - Aims to obtain recognition of the right to conscientious objection to paying for armaments and war preparation and war conduct through taxes.
Fellowship of Reconciliation - Major interfaith organization that uses education, training, coalition building and nonviolent action to promote nonviolence, peace and justice. Its members include Baptist, Buddhist, Episcopal, Jewish, Muslim, and Orthodox Peace Fellowships. FOR has sponsored missions to Iraq, offers programs and publications, and sponsors the FOR Pfeffer Peace Prize the and Martin Luther King Jr. Award.
Friendship Village - International center for education to multicultural society, peace & democracy. Sited in Shefa-Amer (Shefaram), an Arab town in the North of Israel. Runs educational projects for culture of peace.
Global Initiative - Initiative for (1) Immediate disarmament in all countries, (2) a world community founded on a common humanity, (3) our planet, freer from ecological destruction
Global Peace Walk 2000 - Peace walk across the U.S. from San Francisco (January 2000) to New York (October 2000). Yucca Foundation Project.
Grandmothers for Peace International - Initially campainging for peace and the abolition of all nuclear weapons, its work has expanded to include nuclear power; nuclear testing; the nuclearization and weaponization of space; global militarism set against grave human need; and other peace and justice issues that affect the human family.
Hague Appeal for Peace - At the end of the bloodiest century in history, this campaign seeks to abolish war and create a culture of peace.
History of Peace Movements - This site profiles the individuals and organizations who have, throughout history, fought for world peace.
International Action Center - Coordinates activism and information opposing domestic and international injustices. Founded by Ramsey Clark.
International Peace Bureau - Role is to support peace and disarmament initiatives taken by the UN, by governments, and especially by citizens. In addition, acts as publishing house, conference organiser, and Geneva logistical support for visiting NGOs.
International Peace Resource Center - IPRC, a focal point for peace includes discussions, events, inner peace sources, publications and calendars.
International Service for Peace - SIPAZ is a coalition of internationally based organizations supporting the peace process in Chiapas.
Mennonite Central Committee - MCC has over 700 volunteers in around 50 developing countries around the world involved in food relief, agriculture, health and education and social services, among other things. Volunteers also serve in Canada and the U.S. with aboriginal people, in programs which assist people with mental illness and disabilities, in job creation, with refugees, in peace-related activities and in the area of crime, including services to offenders and in the area of mediation of offenses.
NoMoreWar.com - Offering the Global Peace Concept for all humanity.
Pax Christi USA - Strives to create a world that reflects the Peace of Christ by exploring, articulating, and witnessing to the call of Christian nonviolence.
Peace Brigades International (PBI) - Provides nonviolent international peacekeeping in areas of violent conflict and repression, offering unarmed protective accompaniment to individuals, organizations, and communities threatened with violence and human rights abuses.