- A History of Violence
Edge Master Class 2011, Steven Pinker, 2011-09-27
- Alliance for Peacebuilding
The Alliance for Peacebuilding (AfP) is a global membership association of nearly 100 peacebuilding organizations, 1,000 professionals, and a network of more than 15,000 people developing processes for change in the most complex, chaotic conflict environments in the U.S. and around the world.
CANADEM, with assistance and funding from the Government of Canada, supports Canada’s determination to strengthen the activities of international organizations, working to advance the universal principles of the UN Charter, international peace and security, human rights, and the responsibility to protect.
- Canadian Peace Initiative
The Canadian Department of Peace Initiative is committed to establishing a Department of Peace within the Government of Canada.
- International Alert
International Alert is an independent peacebuilding organization that works to lay the foundations for lasting peace and security in communities affected by violent conflict. They work in over 20 countries and territories around the world, both directly with people affected by violent conflict as well as at government, EU, and UN levels to shape both policy and practice in building sustainable peace.
- Nonviolence International
Nonviolence International promotes non-violent action and seeks to reduce the use of violence worldwide. We believe that every cultural and religious tradition can discover and employ culturally appropriate non-violent methods for positive social change and international peace.
- Nonviolent Peace Force
Nonviolent Peaceforce (NP) is a nonpartisan unarmed peacekeeping force composed of trained civilians from around the world.
- Peace Brigades International
PBI is an international NGO that has been promoting nonviolence and protecting human rights since 1981.
- Peacemakers Trust
Peacemakers Trust is a Canadian charitable organization dedicated to research and education on conflict transformation and peacebuilding.
- U.S Department of Peace
Campaign to establish an American Department of Peace
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