Sensei Conant's statement about active engagement for peace and self worth. Includes photos and contact information.
Promoting social justice as a path to peace. International Roman Catholic religious congregation of women founded in 1884 to further the work of peace. History, mission, program information, reflections from imprisoned sisters, and links to related sites.
Women's initiative that invites people of every background, race, and position to discover their own peacemaking potential. Processes of Peace, Peace Pointers, and contacts in countries around the world.
Initially campaigning for peace and the abolition of all nuclear weapons, its work has expanded to include nuclear power; nuclear testing; the nuclearization and weaponization of space; global militarism; and other peace and justice issues that affect the human family. Offers action alerts and opportunities for "activism from home."
Aims to enhance the visibility of women's peace efforts by creating a centralized repository of information that collects women's peace activities in the field, data bases of contacts, and campaign and outreach material.
From the village council to the negotiating table... an international campaign to promote the role of women in peacebuilding.
Not an organization, but a means of mobilization and a formula for action. Members stand in silent vigil to protest war, rape as a tool of war, ethnic cleansing, and human rights abuses all over the world.
Take the Peace Pledge.
Brings together women from diverse areas of conflict around the world to share peace building strategies, sharpen skills, and shape public policy. Mission, contact information, policy initiatives, and research center.
Founded in 1915, group works to achieve world disarmament, full rights for women, racial and economic justice, and an end to all forms of violence. Information on history of organization, campaigns, and internships.