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Human rights; peacekeeping, peacemaking and peacebuilding; appropriate defense; emergency relief: bringing balance and safety to society.
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1   Link   Culture of Peace
Since 1983, the Culture of Peace Initiative (CPI) has served as a vehicle for bringing forward the previously unseen and unheard voices working towards Peace. It also serves to unite the strengths of existing individuals and organizations building Cultures of Peace for succeeding generations.

In the spirit of the original vision that brought forth the Charter of the United Nations, the Initiative was inaugurated in 1983. The purpose of this global/local Initiative is to build a Culture of Peace in the 21st century, uniting the strengths of organisations, projects and peoples in order to make Peace a practical reality for the children of this and future generations.
2   Link   Shinnyo-en Foundation
The mission of the the Shinnyo-en Foundation is to bring forth deeper compassion, among humankind, to promote greater harmony, and to nurture future generations toward building more caring communities.
3   Link   Six Billion Paths to Peace
Six Billion Paths to Peace, a project of the Shinnyo-en Foundation, is an effort to inspire people to focus on our interconnectedness and reflect upon the individual contributions that each of us is making to a toward harmonious world.

Just as an act of violence sends out shock waves affecting everyone around, so too does an act of peace.

Six Billion Paths to Peace represents the idea that it is possible to inspire new reverberations of peace if we each step up and investigate our daily actions and make a commitment to offer our unique contributions to the world. There are a million ways to walk towards peace.

Our motto: “What’s Yours?” Invites people to contemplate how they are going to contribute to peace. There is a mulititude of ways to serve and more than six billion ways to walk towards a more peaceful global community. We want to know: ”What’s Yours?”
4   Link   Pathways to Peace
Pathways To Peace (PTP) is an international Peacebuilding, educational, and consulting organization.

PTP expands the comprehension and substantive expression of "PEACE" and Peacebuilding practices at all levels.

PTP is building a Culture of Peace by uniting and enhancing the strengths of existing organizations and programs along eight paths to Peace.

Pathways To Peace (PTP) principle-in-action is: "Acting in concert, we do make a difference in the quality of our lives, our institutions, our environment and our planetary future. Through cooperation, we manifest the essential spirit that unites us amidst our diverse ways."

PTP has Consultative Status with the United Nations (ECOSOC), (DPI).

PTP was granted official UN Peace Messenger status in 1987.

PTP was incorporated in 1983 as a 501 (c)(3) tax exempt, not-for-profit, non-partisan organization.
5   Link   International Day of Peace
The International Day of Peace ("Peace Day") provides an opportunity for
individuals, organizations and nations to create practical acts of peace on
a shared date. It was established by a United Nations resolution in 1981 to
coincide with the opening of the General Assembly.
6   Link   Peace X Peace
We lift women's voices, strengthen women's capacity to connect across divides, promote leadership and gender equity, and nurture a global network of peacebuilders.
7   Link   Women Stats
The WomanStats Project is the most comprehensive compilation of information on the status of women in the world. The Project facilitates understanding the linkage between the situation of women and the security of nation-states. We comb the extant literature and conduct expert interviews to find qualitative and quantitative information on over 310 indicators of women's status in 174 countries. Our Database expands daily, and access to it is free of charge.

The Project began in 2001, and today includes six principal investigators at five universities, as well as a team of up to twenty graduate and undergraduate data extractors. Please learn more by clicking First Time Users and watching our Video Tutorials. Or visit our Blog, where we discuss what we are finding, view our Maps, or read our Research reports.
8   Link   United States Institute of Peace
USIP provides the analysis, training and tools that prevent and end conflicts, promotes stability and professionalizes the field of peacebuilding.
Peacebuilding: A Global Imperative

It is essential that the United States, working with the international community, play an active part in preventing, managing, and resolving conflicts. Fragile states, ethnic and religious strife, extremism, competition for scarce resources and the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction all pose significant challenges to peace. The resulting suffering and destabilization of societies make effective forms of managing conflict imperative. The United States Institute of Peace (USIP) is dedicated to meeting this imperative in new and innovative ways.
9   Link   Glossary of Terms for Conflict Management and Peacebuilding
This glossary grew out of the development of courses for USIP’s new Academy for International Conflict Management and Peacebuilding, the education and training arm of the Institute.

We encourage users to submit comments in the comment boxes for the terms. To do so, users must first register, and then, on subsequent visits, login. Users may also contact us via the contact form.
10   Link   International Network for Economics and Conflict
Welcome to the International Network for Economics and Conflict. INEC is a comprehensive one-stop tool for practitioners of economic development working in fragile states. Please feel free to comment on our blogs, participate in the discussion boards, peruse the documents in our library, watch some of the video interviews with experts returning from the field, or ask a question of our panel of experts.

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