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bulletThe Interánational Crisis Group works "...through field-based analysis and high-level advocacy to prevent and resolve deadly conflict." They produce regular early warning reports. See:
bulletThe International Association of Educators for World Peace (IAEWP) is "...geared towards the attainment of international understanding and world peace through education." See:
bulletInternational Peace Academy " an independent, international institution dedicated to promoting the prevention and settlement of armed conflicts between and within states through policy research and development." See:
bullet Islam Again has as its goal to "...Leave Differences among religions and approach common ground between them so that sky can again see the peaceful earth." See:

bulletThe Mano River Union Peace Forum advocates "...for peace, good governance and human security in the three countries of the Mano River region" -- Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia. See:
bulletMotto Citizens provides "Contemplative Education for Critical Thinking, Expansive Compassion, and Global Conflict-Resolution." See:
bulletThe Nonviolence Web is a personal, hopelessly underfunded, project by Martin Kelley, a Quaker. See:
bulletThe Peacemaker Blog was established by the Homeplanet Alliance at:
bulletPeace Research Institute - Dundas is a Canadian non-profit "...devoted to international peace advocacy and research. The Institute has several ongoing initiatives, from collecting abstracts of peace literature, to research, education, and publishing books and journals." See:
bulletReligions for Peace in the U.S. is part of Religions for Peace International which works in over 70 countries and is the largest coalition of representatives from the world's great religions. See:
bulletScience for Peace is a "Canadian-based organization of natural scientists, engineers, social scientists, scholars in the humanities and lay people throughout the world. It brings together professors, graduate students and first degree students who are concerned about peace, justice and making an environmentally sustainable future." See:
bulletThe Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) conducts "...research on questions of conflict and cooperation of importance for international peace and security, with the aim of contributing to an understanding of the conditions for peaceful solutions of international conflicts and for a stable peace." See: They publish a yearbook on the status of topics ranging from major armed conflicts to arms control.
bulletThe United States Institute of Peace "is an independent, nonpartisan federal institution created by [the U.S.] Congress to promote the prevention, management, and peaceful resolution of international conflicts." See: They maintain a digital collection of peace agreements around the world. See:
bullet Walking for Peace: An inner journey chronicles a trek from Rome to Jerusalem by two individuals, covering 5,000 km, 13 countries and 400 days. See:

bulletThe Zen Millennium Peace Magazine recommends moving away from analytical separatist thinking, away from sexist behavior, and toward a more co-operative holistic world view. See:

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bulletPolitical Resources on the Net lists links to national political parties, organizations, government and media worldwide. See: lists the following books on peace:

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bulletWorld Pledge Project' at the Center for Peace & Conflict Studies, Wayne State University, at:

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Original posting: 2005-SEP-03
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