This page contains links to other important websites related to the peaceful purposes of this one.
A Future Without War. Nine cornerstones are described on this site. They are all interconnected by the goal of ending war.
Africa Working Group on Peace and Conflict. A non-exclusive association of scholars, professionals, and activists dedicated to constructive change and peace-building in the African World.
Beyond Intractability. Information on more constructive approaches to difficult and intractabile conflicts.
Center for Global Nonkilling. Envisions a world where people understand they do not have the right to take the life of another human being, and where a culture of peace is more dominant than a culture of war. Promotes nonkilling values through publications, media, projects, events, partnerships, and networks.
CR Info.org. CRInfo is a free, online clearinghouse, indexing more than 25,000 peace- and conflict resolution-related Web pages, books, articles, audiovisual materials, organizational profiles, events, and current news articles.
Greater Good Science Center. Based at the University of California, Berkeley, this organization studies the psychology, sociology, and neuroscience of well-being, and teaches skills that foster a thriving, resilient, and compassionate society.
Matriarchy. Provides material about cultures that live in peace—without violence, war, jealousy, fears, and, especially, without battles between the sexes or conflicts between generations. German speakers can go to http://www.matriarchat.info.
Orang Asli Archive, Keene State College. The KSC Orang Asli Archive is a repository for unpublished documents, films, tapes and other recordings relevant to Orang Asli peoples and cultures.
RoadToPeace.org. RoadToPeace is dedicated to enabling dialogue between people of varying cultures, religions, and socio-economic backgrounds.
Topia.net. Topia.net is a portal into a world that is being born, an inclusive vision of social justice, universal compassion, nonviolence, human rights, and peace.
University of Alabama at Birmingham Department of Anthropology