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Non-violence Websites


U.S. links to resources for education and training in Conflict Resolution and peace building from Peacemakers Trust.


Women Waging Peace, multiyear collaborative venture of Harvard University's John F. Kenedy School of Government, connects women addressing conflicts worldwide. The initiative breaks new ground by recognizing the essential role and contribution of women in preventing violent conflict, stopping war, and sustaining peace in fragile areas around the world.

www.aicpr.org - The Alliance for International Conflict Prevention & Resolution (AICPR)

AICPR is a not-for-profit network of private and public organizations dedicated to increasing the effectiveness of the conflict management field and maximizing its impact on international peace building.

www.cartercenter.org - The Carter Center

The Carter Center, in partnership with Emory University is guided by a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering; it seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health.

www.colorado.edu/conflict/ - University of Colorado

This site is a collection of web resources on conflict management live BeyondIntractability.org, CRInfo, the International Online Training Programme on Intractable Conflicts, the Civil Rights Mediator Oral History Project, the Transformative Approaches to Conflict etc.

www.crinfo.org - CRInfo

CRInfo is a free service funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. Many powerful tools are available to help users find information, which addresses their specific needs.

www.forusa.org - The Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)

FOR seeks to replace violence, war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace and justice. They are an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change.

www.stimson.org/?SN=SA20020116303 - The Henry L. Stimson Center

The Henry L. Stimson Center has been working to promote confidence-building measures (CBMs) in regions of tension. CBM are diverse arrangements - such as hotlines, people-to-people exchanges, and prior notification of military exercises - that can help reduce tensions and promote good neighborly relations.

www.nccre.org - Ilinois Institute for Dispute Resolution (IIDR)

IIDR via a co-operative agreement with the US Department of Justice and Education created the National Center for Conflict Resolution Education. They promote the development of conflict resolution education programme in schools by offering quality conflict resolution education professional development programmes.

www.iimcr.org - The Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution (IIMCR)

The mission of IIMCR is to promote the use of peaceful conflict resolution techniques among a generation of future leaders through the design and implementation of unique programme and services.

www.ipacademy.org - International Peace Academy (IPA)

IPA is an independent, international institution dedicated to promoting the prevention and settlement of armed conflicts between and within states through policy research and development.

www.karunacenter.org - Karuna Center for Peace Building

The Karuna Center for Peace building is a U.S.- based non-profit organization that offers international training programs in conflict transformation, inter-communal dialogue, and reconciliation. The core of Karuna Center's work takes place in post-conflict regions of the world at the request of local partners.

www.trinstitute.org - The Tabula Rasa Institute

The Institute promotes peace, understanding, and co-operation between people, groups and nations by providing the resources, education and leadership necessary to improve our world.

www.usip.org - The United States Institute of Peace (USIP)

USIP is an independent, nonpartisan federal institution created and funded by Congress to strengthen the nation's capacity to promote the peaceful resolution of international conflict.

www.international-alert.org/women/ - The Women Building Peace Campaign

The Women Building Peace Campaign is working to raise global awareness of women's experiences and perspectives of peace and conflict, help women better realise their potential as peace builders from the village to the national level, get more women included in all levels of peace processes, and gain a greater commitment by the international community to gender considerations in peace building and conflict transformation.

http://www.ic.sunysb.edu/Clubs/sbdoves/ - Students for Peace and Humanity

Group at Stony Brook University dedicated to raising awareness of humanitarian crisis and to promoting nonviolence through lectures, discussions, protests, and charity. Meetings and events calendar, projects, and ways to get involved.

http://www.nonviolenceworks.com - Center for the Advancement of Nonviolence

Los Angeles based non-profit group working to build a culture of nonviolence and peace through education, research, advocacy, and institutional transformation. Calendar of events, discussion groups, action alerts, suggested reading, and volunteer opportunities.

http://www.aeinstein.org - The Albert Einstein Institution

Nonprofit organization advancing the study and use of strategic nonviolent action in conflicts throughout the world. Downloadable manuals and pamphlets in English, Spanish and Farsi.

http://www.innatenonviolence.org - Irish Network for Nonviolent Action Training and Education (INNATE)

Umbrella group to support groups and individuals exploring nonviolent approaches to conflict issues. Operates mainly in Northern Ireland, with a particular concentration in Belfast and associated groups in Belfast, Derry, Cork and Dublin. Includes background, news, and resources.

http://www.avpusa.org - Alternatives to Violence Project

Empowering people to lead nonviolent lives through affirmation, respect for all, community building, cooperation, and trust. Provides a history, publications available and workshop information.

http://www.milarepa.org - Milarepa Fund

A non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of universal compassion and nonviolence, as well as freedom and independence of Tibet. Contains mission statement, information on membership, and contact information.

http://cnvc.org - Center for Nonviolent Communication

Global organization helping people compassionately connect with one another through Nonviolent Communication, a process created by Marshall B Rosenberg, PhD. Training events, resources, program background, and contact information.

http://renaissancealliance.org - Global Renaissance Alliance

Working to harness the power of nonviolence through prayer, meditation, and deep personal sharing. Articles, events, discussion forum, resources, and ways to become involved.

http://www.nonviolence.org/board/messages/2047.htm - Philosophy of Nonviolence

By David McReynolds. These notes are an effort to summarize the basic philosophy of Nonviolence. It is much more than a mere technique, it is a 'one-edged philosophy' which cannot easily be used to defend or advance injustice, and which is of value only if tested in the real world.

http://nonviolence.org - Nonviolence Web

A directory of many of the United States' most dynamic peace and nonviolence organizations. Contains articles, links and commentary on issues.

http://www.transnational.org/forum/Nonviolence/Nonviolence.html - Transnational Foundation for Peace and
    Future Research

Presents a collection of articles, analyses and reports which highlights the contemporary relevance of nonviolence. Includes related links, philosophical, conceptual and historical aspects on nonviolence and the role of leading proponents, activists and theoreticians in the field.

http://trainingforchange.org - Training for Change

Nonprofit peace group run by Quaker activist George Lakey trains activists around the world to spread tools of democratic, nonviolent change.

http://nonviolencehelp.tripod.com - Nonviolence help

Nonviolence resources for trainers and activists. Information on theory and practice of nonviolent social change, case studies and training agendas.

http://nonviolenceworks.net - Nonviolence Works

Aims to "popularize and promote the power of nonviolence" through a quarterly webzine, community forums and provisions of information on how nonviolence works.

http://www.rainonline.org - Resources Advancing Initiatives for Nonviolence

Non-profit organizations dedicated to developing resources that explore the creativity and spirituality of active nonviolence. Stories of the power of nonviolence, RAIN initiatives, resources, and mailing list sign-up.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonviolence - Nonviolence - Wikipedia

Article from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

http://www.salsa.net/peace/conv/index.html - Class of Nonviolence

Readings from an eight session class which uses classics in peace and justice literature to teach peacemaking.

*The websites selected in 'Related Links'  provide information on Mahatma Gandhi and his ideology. They do not necessarily represent the views of Mani Bhavan Gandhi Sangrahalaya.



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