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  • "Being Able to Say Neither/Nor" by Cynthia Cockburn: A letter about some of the complexities of opposition, written by a Women in Black activist following a demonstration in London. Discusses her feelings about the polarization of various groups protesting the situation in Kosovo.
  • 1601 Pennsylvania Ave.: Grassroots voter initiative movement for disarmament of nuclear weapons and the conversion of the arms industries to human and environmental needs. News, events, petition, resources, and ways to become involved.
  • Abolition 2000: Network of over 2000 organizations in more than 90 countries working for a global treaty to eliminate nuclear weapons. Working groups, members, news, resources, and suggestions for action.
  • Action Center: Peace -- Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich: Information on legislation introduced to create a national Department of Peace. Provides opportunities for feedback and personal involvement.
  • AlterNet -- War on Iraq: Offers news, analysis, and activism resources. Includes discussion forum and links to related sites.
  • American Defense Force: This site is dedicated to the preservation of freedom for the citizens of the united states
  • Archive of Nobel-Prize-Winning Pacifists and Peace Activists: Dedicated to sharing information about Nobel-Prize-Winners who were pacifists, or outspoken peace activists
  • Artists Against The War: Organization of artists, writers, actors, and film-makers who condemn this war. Based initially in London, it is networked with the broad movement of people against the war. Provides information on upcoming events, opportunities for involvement, and news.
  • Association of World Citizens: International organization with branches in over 50 countries. Goal is a global village of lasting peace and justice, based on respect for life and the environment. Membership information, goals, and news.
  • Bare Witness: Campaigning for peace through naked protest. Includes news, general principles, and links.
  • Baring Witness: When 45 Marin County, California women were photographed forming the word PEACE with their naked bodies, it struck a deep chord. Similar nude and clothed actions have since taken place across the US and around the world and more are encouraged. Photo album, how-to information, press clips, and resources.
  • Blondes for Peace: Bringing an anti-war message of peace through humor. Provides world news stories on anti-war movements and links to petition and action sites.
  • Celebrating Peace: Offers variety of programs and resources to help empower children with the positive life skills of kindness and peacemaking. Coloring pages, children's artwork, parent and teacher resources, and information on Young Peacemakers Club and other programs.
  • Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue: Organisation dedicated to the promotion of humanitarian principles, the prevention of conflict, and the alleviation of its effects through dialogue.
  • Christian Peacemaker Teams: Responding to Christ's call to confront injustice, its members attempt to bring the redemptive love of God to violent situations through direct, personal involvement. FAQ, calendar, history and mission, and action alerts.
  • Cities for Peace: International coalition of local officials and concerned citizens working to express the will of their communities through civic resolutions against a war on Iraq. Cities, universities, and groups with resolutions; articles and campaign toolkit.
  • Civis: Swedish non-profit peace building foundation supporting civil initiatives on conflict management and non-violence in different parts of the world.
  • Clear Landmines: Visitors can make free donations once a day by the "click of a button". Money from sponsors is used by the Canadian Landmine Foundation to help fund the removal of landmines. Information about landmines, FAQ, and running tally of area cleared.
  • Congress for Peace: A coalition of leading peace groups to advance the political peace agenda.
  • Consumers Against War: Group of young Europeans advocating a boycott of American products as a protest against the Iraq war. Provides contact information and brands made by companies that supported G.W. Bush in his election campaign.
  • Dear Mr President: Words of Resistance, Reason, and Peace: Features letters to the U.S. President urging him to pursue peace and non-violence instead of war in the wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Also provides suggestions for activism and letter-writing, as well as quotations on war and peace.
  • Disarm Education Fund: Promotes peace and social justice by forming strategic partnerships with popular social movements in developing countries and through advocacy in the United States for a foreign policy focused on human rights and human needs. Includes issues, action alerts, news, and related links.
  • Do Something for Peace: Resources and links for reliable information, actions to be taken, and inspiration for the peaceful resolution to world conflict.
  • Duct Tape For Peace: Encourages individual and informed action to bring about responsible policies that nurture a peaceful, just, and equitable America. News, blog, quotes, message board, and suggestions for using duct tape as a peace statement.
  • Earth's Atheist Resistance To Holy Wars And Religious Devastation: An international nonprofit charity organization that provides humanitarian relief aid to civilian victims of religiously motivated violence.
  • Education for Peace in Iraq: Organization works to change U.S. foreign policy and raise public awareness in support of human rights in Iraq and peace in the Middle East. Articles, photos, action alerts, news, and resources for education and activism.
  • Empty Warheads Found in Washington: Collection of anti-war signs and slogans seen at rallies. Also includes political cartoons, quotes, and news articles.
  • Episcopal Peace Fellowship: Aids and encourages all Episcopalians to strive for justice and peace among all people and to bear nonviolent witness to Christ's call to peace. Action updates and contact information for interest groups and local chapters.
  • Every Church A Peace Church: Encouraging churches to get involved in anti-war movements. How to start a protest group, news, information on their speakers bureau, and a calendar of events.
  • Fellowship of Reconciliation: Interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change. Educates, trains, build coalitions, and engages in nonviolent and compassionate actions locally, nationally, and globally. Action alerts, news, program info, and links to like-minded groups.
  • FootPrints for Peace: Group organizes running and walking pilgrimages based on native tradition of carrying a message of peace by foot. Includes information on past and future events, photo library, ways to contribute, and contact information.
  • Forty Flags for Peace: Traveling collection of peace flags made by children. Objective of the project is to promote peace by exhibiting the flags in public spaces. Exhibition dates, instructions for creating flags, and contact information.
  • Global Action to Prevent War: Coalition-building effort to stop war, genocide, and internal armed conflicts. Features a list of countries with members, position papers, FAQ, ways to become involved, and membership information.
  • Global Coalition for Peace: Call to action for all peace-seekers and peace-makers to unite in an effort to intervene in the present conflict with non-violent actions. Articles and letters, action alerts, and links to related sites.
  • Global Partners in World Peace: Dedicated to supporting people worldwide in voicing peaceful solutions to global conflict and updates on global peace efforts. Provides a chatroom, message board, contact information for world leaders, and links to related organizations.
  • Global Peace Walk: Grassroots method of bringing a notion of sacredness into the political process and environmental debate. Includes route and program information.
  • Goo Goo Dolls Fans For Peace: Uniting fans of the Goo Goo Dolls to work for peace and encourage the band to continue speaking out against war. Events, protest tips, message board, photo gallery, peace art and poetry.
  • Hague Appeal for Peace: Information on campaigns launched or supported by the largest international peace conference in history. 1,000 organizations, to abolish war and make peace a human right.
  • History of Peace Movements: Archived site profiles individuals and groups throughout history who have fought for peace. Links to articles, speeches, essays, and art about world peace.
  • Institute for War and Peace Reporting: Strengthens local journalism in areas of conflict. By training reporters, facilitating dialogue, and providing reliable information, it supports peace, democracy, and development in societies undergoing crisis and change. Includes news, programs, and ways to get involved.
  • International ANSWER: Activist `group` against war and racism, formed in response to the rush to war following the September 11 attacks. Background reading, fact sheets, campaigns, petitions, action alerts, and resources for activism.
  • International Action Center: Provides information, activism, and resistance to U.S. militarism, war, and corporate greed. Action alerts, news, and analysis of events around the world.
  • International Alert: Independent, non-governmental organization that works at local, national, regional, and global levels to generate conditions and processes conducive to the cessation of war and the generation of sustainable peace. Publications, field projects, news, and events.
  • International Campaign to Ban Landmines: Brings together over 1,300 groups in over 90 countries who work locally, nationally, regionally, and internationally to ban antipersonnel mines.
  • International Peace Bureau: Federation founded in 1892 supports peace and disarmament initiatives and creates international projects. Also acts as publishing house and conference organizer. Member organizations, publications, events, programs, and opportunities for involvement.
  • International Service for Peace: Coalition of North American, Latin American, and European organizations formed in 1995 to support the peace process in Chiapas, Mexico.
  • Jewish Friends of Palestine: Online initiative of Jewish activists for a free Palestine. Directory, petitions, articles, and complimentary web hosting for related groups.
  • Jewish Peace Fellowship: Jewish voice in the peace community and a peace voice in the Jewish community. A nondenominational Jewish organization committed to active nonviolence as a means of resolving conflict, drawing on Jewish traditional sources within the Torah, the Talmud, and contemporary peacemaking sages.
  • Jewish Voice For Peace: SF Bay Area grassroots organization dedicated to the rights of Jews, Palestinians, and all peoples in the Middle East. They believe conflict won't end until Israel removes settlements. Action alerts, calendar of events, listserve, activism resources, and petition.
  • John Denver Memorial Peace Cloth: Photos, tour information, and history of tapestry created by thousands of people from around the world as a visible expression of the late singer's message of peace.
  • Light a Candle for Peace: Click on the unlit candle to light a candle for peace. Goal is 100% Internet participation. Has form for emailing site address to other people.
  • Many Ways to Peace: Community-based, collaborative website growing out of a communications class at Antioch College. Purpose is to encourage many voices to share many ways to work for peace and justice. Articles, news, email list, and links to related sites.
  • Mideast: Just peace- Supporting resistance from Palestine to Traverse City: Mideast Just Peace is an educational `group` providing community debates, film showings and general discussion on the Mideast crisis.
  • Muslim Peace Fellowship: A gathering of peace and justice-oriented Muslims of all backgrounds who are dedicated to making the beauty of Islam evident in the world. Provides news updates and resources for media and activists.
  • Nebraskans For Peace: Statewide grassroots advocacy organization working nonviolently for peace with justice through community-building, education and political action. Publishes annual Cat Lovers Against the Bomb calendar.
  • No More Victims: Dedicated to informing the public about the human costs of US foreign policy and putting a name and a face to the invisible victims. Provides ideas for action and involvement, photographs, news, and links.
  • No War Collective: Calls to action, news, commentary, activism directory, historical perspectives on war, and contact information.
  • Nonviolent Jesus: An unofficial blog by a member of the Catholic peace movement Pax Christi, to highlight Church teachings that nonviolence is at the heart of the Gospel.
  • Nonviolent Peaceforce Project: Organization being created to train and mobilize an international, non-violent standing peace force. Newsletters, opportunities for volunteering time, talent, and ideas; reading lists, and information on organizing local affinity groups.
  • Ogele - Voices for Peace: A forum for peace workers from around the world to post and discuss alternative grass-roots news, feature-length articles and calls to action related to peace work and non-violent activism.
  • One World One People for Peace: Group working to turn the concept of world peace from a theoretical ideal into a practical, workable reality. Promotes volunteering all over the world. Mission statement, articles, and links to volunteer opportunities.
  • Pax Christi - Australia: Australian branch of an international Christian peace movement. Has background information, contacts, issues and events.
  • 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.
  • Pax Movement: Scientists, engineers, and technicians who have made a pledge to work for peace and not support the development of weapons, wars, and genocides. Offers Pax Resolution and list of those who have signed it.
  • Peace Brigades International: Provides nonviolent international support in violent conflict areas, offering unarmed protective accompaniment to individuals and groups threatened with violence and human rights abuses.
  • Peace Clown: Organization working on solutions for peace, solving conflict with humor and compassion through the wearing of peace noses. News, photos, poetry and stories, and ways to get involved.
  • Peace Jam: An international education program built around leading Nobel Peace Laureates with the goal to inspire a new generation of peacemakers who will transform their local communities, themselves, and the world.
  • Peace Lynx: Resources for skeptics in an age of manufactured consent. Links to informational sites for U.S.-Iraq war opponents and free anti-war web buttons and banners.
  • Peace Mamas International: Provides alternative news, links to other sites promoting peace, human rights and respect for the environment. Four peace flags available to order online.
  • Peace Mobilization: Advice on activist activities from a `group` organized in Altanta, Georgia.
  • Peace Pledge Union: Wide range of resources on peace, war, conflict, and nonviolence. Reflective and factual material, including resources for pupils and teachers.
  • Peace Prayer: Resources and events for religious communities seeking peace. Includes prayers for a variety of religions.
  • Peace Response: Effort to share ideas, strategies, and resources within the American Friends Service Committee and peace community. Articles, resources, opportunities for activism, and peace pledge sign-up form.
  • Peace Tax Seven: Seven war tax resisters who are seeking a change in the law to allow them and other conscientious objectors to divert their taxes spent on war to finance nonviolent methods of solving conflicts.
  • Peace.Protest.Net: Global calendar of pro-peace and anti-racism protests, meetings, benefits, and conferences. Online petitions, anti-war posters, upcoming events, search feature, and links to anti-war news sites and 9-11 peace coalitions.
  • Peacebuilders Initiative: Offers many resources for peacebuilders, such as articles on youth ministry, pastoral letters and other church teachings, and links to organizations and readings on youth and faith development in the Chicago area.
  • Peaceful Tomorrows: An advocacy organization founded by family members of September Eleventh victims. Its mission is to seek effective nonviolent responses to terrorism, and identify a commonality with all people similarly affected by violence throughout the world.
  • Peacetreaties: Initiative to encourage individuals to sign peace treaties with one another. Includes downloadable peace treaty along with instructions for implementation and suggestions for how to spread the idea.
  • Physicians for Social Responsibility: Represents more than 20,000 physicians, nurses, health care professionals, and concerned citizens devoted to nuclear disarmament, violence prevention and environmental health.
  • Pilgrims of Peace: Pilgrims of several faiths travel around the world on bicycles. Includes route, profiles, and poetry.
  • Ploughshares Fund: Public grantmaking foundation that supports initiatives for stopping the spread of weapons of war, from nuclear arms to landmines.
  • Poets Against the War: Provides a venue for poets to voice their conscience against impending war. Index of poems, searchable schedule of readings, chapbook, resources for organizing readings, and press coverage.
  • Practice Peace: Urges citizens to wage peace by putting up lawn signs. Includes links to Minnesota peace resources.
  • Program of Academic Exchange: Fosters the development of young people and supports international peace, friendship and cross-cultural understanding through students'homestays in foreign countries. Staff, programs, and requirements for hosts.
  • Reach and Teach: This website is a somewhat eclectic collection of information useful for educating activists of all ages working for peace and social justice.
  • Refusing to Kill: Encouraging people in the military to get out.
  • Rice For Peace - No War On Iraq: Effort to send a message to President Bush and other leaders that "If we are going to send something to Iraq it should be food, not bombs" by mailing them packets of rice. Mailing instructions, FAQ, and outreach tools.
  • Seeking Peace, Pursuing Justice: Reform Movement's campaign to educate and mobilize North American Jewry to support peace efforts and social justice causes in Israel. News and information, publications, program ideas, and educational resources.
  • Students' Art for Peace: Students exchange peace messages through artwork with students in other countries. Offers information on ordering teacher's kits.
  • Syracuse Cultural Workers: Educational organization that works to sustain a culture that honors diversity and celebrates community; that inspires and nurtures justice, equality, and freedom. Offers a variety of multicultural resources as well as 9-11 peace resources that include a "Peace, Not Revenge" organizing packet.
  • Taking a Path to Peace: Nichidatsu Fujii and the continuing work of his Buddhist order in building peace pagodas, walking for peace, and working for peace and justice through their spiritual practice.
  • Tamera - Centre for Human Ecology: A cooperative of people in Portugal whose goal is the development of a healing biotope, where several hundred people can live together with all fellow beings using the principle of non-violent cooperation to create a base for global peace work.
  • The 1,000 Years of Peace Project: Initiative begun by a coalition of Catholic Sisters' congregations to gain "time pledges" of everyday peacemaking activities adding up to 1,000 years of peace. Pledge form, peacemaking ideas, and selected pledges.
  • The Freeway Blogger Anti-War Signs: Examples of anti-war signs seen on California's freeways and other cities. Instructions on how to make your own.
  • The Humanitad Foundation: Promoting and encouraging intercultural and interreligious goodwill amongst the countries and the creeds of the world.
  • The Japan Center for Preventive Diplomacy: Aims to strengthen the contribution of the Japanese non-government sector to the prevention of conflicts in the world. Offers on-line forum where concerned parties to conflicts can participate in dialogue.
  • The National Youth and Student Peace Coalition: Works to build strategic, long-term student and youth opposition to war, both abroad with bombs and bullets, and at home with racism, cuts to education, and freedom-limiting "anti-terrorism" policies. Upcoming actions, organizational tips and resources, listserv, and downloadable posters.
  • The Nuclear Resister: Selected articles from most recent issue of quarterly publication. Provides information about and support for imprisoned anti-nuclear and anti-war activists.
  • The Radiant Peace Place: About current projects, including the Peace Education Awards for children, International Days of Radiant Peace, awareness, and education.
  • The Secret Society For Peace: Mission is to promote peace and all of its benefits through opinion, education, and product marketing via snail mail, the internet, opinions, essays, books, and programmatic materials.
  • The Shalom Center: Network of American Jews who draw on Jewish tradition and spirituality to seek peace, pursue justice, heal the earth, and build community. Articles, letters, news, and calls for action.
  • The Sunflower Project: Organization utilizes the sunflower to represent the concept of peace and encourages people world-wide to plant sunflowers. Offers sunflower information, peace articles, photos, petition, mission, and links to related sites.
  • The Sunshine Project: Research, facts and activism about biological weapons and biotechnology.
  • The Thread Project: One World, One Cloth: Gathering threads (ribbon, hemp, string, or other fiber) from people around the world to be woven into World Cloths. Project details, photos, FAQ, and instructions for participation.
  • The Works on Shirts Project: Stages exhibitions of artistic reactions to war consisting of original works of art created on the backs of white cotton dress shirts. Background, resources, FAQ, event locations, mailing listing, and ways to get involved.
  • The World Messenger: Offers news reports and articles making a case against Bush's war in Iraq for oil. Provides information on past and future anti-war protests and links to peace groups around the world.
  • Thousand Cranes Peace Network: Engaging communities in collaborative activities to promote peace, non-violence and tolerance.
  • Tribe of Heart: Making use of storytelling, visual media, and the arts to present a vision of a compassionate future. Inspirational quotes and articles, email discussion list, action opportunities, newsletter, and events.
  • Trouble Tickets: An activist media project. Resources for those opposing war including articles, links, tactics and materials.
  • Truth Justice Peace Action Human Shields: Mass direct action, in conflict zones, with the objective of protecting truth, justice, peace and life by getting in the way.
  • UWDO - no war, anti-war organization of pacifist: Anti war public pacifist organization. Our aim is to bring all defense ministries of all governments under our control. Having no access to arms, the countries will have to seek diplomatic ways to settle disputes. Today it is the only solution and the only chance to see no war anymore.
  • United Religions Initiative: Works to promote enduring, daily interfaith cooperation, to end religiously motivated violence, and to create cultures of peace, justice, and healing for the Earth and all living beings. Programs, FAQ, news, events, and resources.
  • VoxPax: Coalition of peace advocates, diplomatic service agencies, religious and social organizations committed to the attainment of peace through nonviolent means. Information about the organization, peace rallies, and membership.
  • War Child: Network of independent organisations working across the world to help children affected by war.
  • Why War?: Organization that is honestly and rationally attacking pro-war arguments in order to show that the current "war on terrorism" is unjustifiable. Serves as a hub for communication between groups on campuses that are questioning the war. News, articles, FAQ, events, and resources for activism.
  • Win Without War: Coalition of national organizations offering a mainstream voice advocating alternatives to preemptive war against Iraq. Current actions, member organizations, alternatives to war, press room, and resources.
  • World Earth Healing Day: Annual global linkup for world peace and healing.
  • World Federalist Association: Seeks to join with others in the United States and throughout the world in raising the consciousness of the human family to the idea that war can be abolished and greater justice achieved through enforceable world law.
  • World Institute for Nonviolence and Reconciliation: A centre for research and education in the development, interaction and exchange of contemporary dispute resolution, nonviolence and reconciliation knowledge and practices.
  • World Peace Flame: Organizes peace forums and world peace flame monuments throughout the world and gives people the tools to make peace a part of daily life. History of peace flame, events, news, techniques, and resources for creating peace.
  • World Peace Prayer Society: Nonprofit, non-sectarian organization dedicated to spreading the message and prayer "May Peace Prevail on Earth". Programs include the Peace Pole Project, Peace Pals, and Youth for Peace.
  • World Peace Treaty Campaign: A campaign to pass a "Treaty for the Peaceful Settlement of International Disputes," to abolish war and maintain world peace by fiat.
  • Writers Against War: Provides anti-war articles, commentaries, and photos as an incentive for all readers to become more active in speaking out against war. Encourages visitors to become a guest writer, columnist, or simply an activist.

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