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Peacemaking advocate and activist organizations we recommend…

The mission of Nonviolent Peaceforce is to build a large-scale trained, international civilian nonviolent peaceforce. Nonviolent Peaceforce is sent to conflict areas to prevent death and destruction and protect human rights, thus creating the space for local groups to enter into dialogue and to seek peaceful resolution to local conflicts.
We envision a world in which large-scale unarmed civilian peacekeeping using proven nonviolent strategies is recognized as a viable alternative in preventing, addressing, and mitigating violent conflicts worldwide. Our primary strategy for achieving this vision is the creation of space to foster dialogue.

NP USA Office
425 Oak Grove Street
Minneapolis, MN 55403 USA
Tel: +1.612.871.0005
Fax: +1.612.871.0006



Founded in 1919 in response to the horrors of war in Europe, IFOR has taken a consistent stance against war and its preparation, and has recognized the need for healing and reconciliation in the world. They have a vision of the human community transforming unjust political, social, and economic structures through love in action. IFOR has identified five main areas of concern for continued program development. Many branches and groups carry out local projects on these issues: (1) Decade for a Culture of Nonviolence, (2) Nonviolence Education and Training, (3) Youth Empowerment, (4) Interfaith Cooperation, and (5) Disarmament.

Spoorstraat 38
1815 BK Alkmaar
The Netherlands / Pays-Bas
Phone: + 31 (0)72 512 3014
Fax:     + 31 (0)72 515 1102


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Fellowship of Reconciliation, USA

The Fellowship of Reconciliation envisions a world of justice, peace and freedom.  It is a revolutionary vision of a beloved community were differences are respected, conflicts addressed nonviolently, oppressive structures dismantled, and where people live in harmony with the early, nurtured by diverse spiritual traditions that foster compassion, solidarity and reconciliation.  They have programs on Bosnia, Disarmament, Iraq, Iran, Israel/Palestine, Jewish-Muslim Peace Walk, Latin American & the Caribbean, Nonviolence, Youth Peacemaker Training, Racial Economic and Gender Justice, and many more, and many programs include delegations to some of the countries such as Iran.

Box 271
Nyack, NY 10960-0271
Phone: (845) 358-4601
Fax: (845) 358-4924


War Resisters League International

War Resisters' International is based on the declaration that: "War is a crime against humanity. I am therefore determined not to support any kind of war, and to strive for the removal of all causes of war."  WRI works for a world without war, promotes nonviolent action against the causes of war, and supports and connects people around the world who refuse to take part in war or the preparation of war.

War Resisters League
339 Lafayette Street
New York, NY 10012
Phone: (212) 228-0450
Fax: (212) 228-6193

Peaceful Tomorrows


Peaceful Tomorro­ws is an organization founded by family members of those killed on September 11th who have united to turn our grief into action for peace. By developing and advocating nonviolent options and actions in the pursuit of justice, we hope to break the cycles of violence engendered by war and terrorism. Acknowledging our common experience with all people affected by violence throughout the world, we work to create a safer and more peaceful world for everyone. They currently have campaigns around Afghanistan, Iraq, Guantanamo and Military Commissions, Immigration and Civil Liberties, and other key issues.

Peaceful Tomorrows
P.O. Box 1818
Peter Stuyvesant Station
New York, NY 10009

Phone: 212-598-0970
Peaceful Tomorrows Speakers Bureau


Clear View Project
Buddhist-Based Resources for Relief and Social Change
The Clear View Project provides Buddhist-based resources for relief and social change, promotes dialogue on issues of socially engaged Buddhism, and supports communities in need, internationally and within the United States. Since September 2007's democracy demonstrations, we have been supporting the Burmese people politically and materially.


In line with what the Buddha called the "four requisites" – food, shelter, clothing, and medicine– we will feed those who are hungry, heal those who are ill, and provide spiritual tools of transformation for self and society.

Clear View Project
1933 Russell Street
Berkeley, CA 94703
Phone: (510) 845-2215    (or)


Witness for Peace
Witness for Peace (WFP) is a politically independent, nationwide grassroots organization of people committed to nonviolence and led by faith and conscience. WFP's mission is to support peace, justice and sustainable economies in the Americas by changing U.S. policies and corporate practices which contribute to poverty and oppression in Latin America and the Caribbean.


Witness for Peace
3628 12th Street NE, 1st Floor
Washington, DC 20017
Phone: (202) 547-6112
National Delegations Organizer:
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Friends Peace Teams is a Spirit-led organization working around the world to develop long-term relationships with communities in conflict to create programs for peacebuilding, healing and reconciliation. FPT’s programs build on extensive Quaker experience combining practical and spiritual aspects of conflict resolution.

We use processes and methods that respect individuals and help conflicting groups through such programs as the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP], trauma healing, community reconciliation, and peace education.  In all of these programs, we bring together people or groups-in-conflict from different ethnic, political, gender, religious, and/or other conflicting groups.

Friends Peace Teams Administrative Office
1001 Park Ave
St. Louis, MO 63104 USA





PBI is an international NGO that promotes nonviolence and protects human rights. Our work is based on the principles of non-partisanship and non-interference in the internal affairs of the organizations we accompany, and our role is to open political space and provide moral support for local activists to carry out their work without fear of repression. Our non-partisanship means that we are free of the constraints faced by the UN and governments, and gives us unique access to information, strengthening our ability to argue the case for international support for human rights defenders under threat.

1326 9th St, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 232-0142
Fax: (202) 232-0143



International Service for Peace


SIPAZ is a program of international observation that had its beginning in 1995, following the Zapatista uprising in 1994. It was formed to monitor the conflict in Chiapas, México. Today SIPAZ supports the search for nonviolent solutions that contribute to the construction of a just peace through building tolerance and dialogue among the actors in Chiapas as well as, increasingly, in other areas in México (Oaxaca and Guerrero). At the same time, SIPAZ serves as a bridge for communication and the sharing of information and experiences among organizations and networks that work toward the building of a just and lasting peace at a local, national, regional and international level.

Avenida Chilón #8
Barrio El Cerrillo
San Cristóbal de las Casas
29220 Chiapas, México
Tel/Fax: (+52.967) 63-160-55



 The A.J. Muste Memorial Institute is a nonprofit charitable foundation established in 1974 to honor the legacy of socialist and labor union activist, A.J. Muste.  He believed that nonviolent action is the means to achieve social and economic justice. Muste was a pacifist and focused his energy on war resistance, civil rights, civil liberties and disarmament. He worked with the Fellowship of Reconciliation,  Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) and War Resisters League, and served as editor of Liberation magazine. The Institute provides grants, resources and a wide range of support to activist organizations that use nonviolent strategies to oppose war and promote justice, and publishes and distributes educational materials about nonviolence.

339 Lafayette Street
New York, New York 10012
Phone: (212) 533-4335
Fax: (212) 228-6193

Global Greengrants Fund


The Global Greengrants Fund is a public charity funded by foundations and individuals to bridge the gap between those who can offer financial support and grassroots groups in developing countries that can make effective use of that support.  They help donors overcome the barriers to grassroots grantmaking by identifying worthy organizations and moving funds at minimal cost.  Since 2003 they have made more than 3,500 grants in over 120 countries.

Global Greengrants Fund
2840 Wilderness Place, Suite A
Boulder, CO 80301
Phone: (303) 939-9866
Fax: (303) 939-9867