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Organizations Searching For Peace Are Listed Here.

Albert Einstein Institute -- Nonprofit organization advancing the study and use of strategic nonviolent action in conflicts
Alternet A reality-based non-profit that dares to tell it like it is.
American Peace Movements -- David Adams, Advocate Press
Americans United -- For the Separation of Church and State theroadtopeace -- Quotations from heavy hitters.
Anti-war Movement -- Guardian Unlimited
Culture of Peace News Network -- Global Movement for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence
Danish Peace Academy -- Communicate important information on peace, peace-culture, and war
Hiroshima Peace Memorial -- Hiroshima Peace Site
Historians Against War -- "We historians call for a halt to the march towards war against Iraq. We are deeply concerned about the needless destruction of human life, the undermining of constitutional government in the U.S., the egregious curtailment of civil liberties and human rights at home and abroad, and the obstruction of world peace for the indefinite future."
History of Peace Movements -- "Real People Helping Real People."
Hundred Peace Movements Blog -- The Nation
Informed Comment -- "Thoughts on the Middle East, History, and Religion;" Juan Cole
Julano Mer-Khamis, Killed in Jenin Palestinians, artists and peace activists worldwide are mourning the loss of a leading figure in Palestinian creative non-violence resistance.
Jewish Voice For Peace Israelis and Palestinians. Two Peoples, One Future.
International Peace Research Association -- Research Projects
Mahatma Gandhi -- Man of the Millennium: "Life is my message."
Network For Peace -- Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research.
Nuclear Policy -- Nuclear Policy and Peace Resources
Parents Circle Bringing Dialog to Israel and Palestine.
People4Peace -- Miscellaneous Peace Organizations
Peace Education -- Hague Appeal for Peace
Peace Links -- "PEACE LINKS is a volunteer movement that strives for a safer world for our children by empowering women to work towards abolishing nuclear weapons, educating children and families in conflict management skills and linking with women and men worldwide who seek alternatives to war."
Peace Movements --LSE Libraery
Peaceful Societies -- "Alternatives to Violence and War"
Peace Resources -- Swarthmore College Peace Collection
The Hospitality Club -- Bringing People Together
Pittsburgh North People For Peace -- Regular forum for concerned people address: Causes of violence and searching for avenues leading to peace with all people in harmony.
United for Peace and Justice -- From the local to the global, connecting movements for justice and peace.

For a view that a peace movements is the very opposite see:

Peace Movements Then and Now

Sorting out what is propaganda and what is not
is the challenge of our times.


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