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  • Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA)
    The Peace and Justice Studies Association (PJSA) is a non-profit organization that was formed in 2001 as a result of a merger of the Consortium on Peace research, Education and Development (COPRED) and the Peace Studies Association (PSA). Both organizations provided leadership in the broadly defined field of peace, conflict and justice studies.

    We are dedicated to bringing together academics, K-12 teachers and grassroots activists to explore alternatives to violence and share visions and strategies for peacebuilding, social justice, and social change.

    PJSA also serves as a professional association for scholars in the field of peace and conflict resolution studies.

    PJSA will be holding a Conference in October: “Who Speaks for the Common Good?”

    It will be held at Manhattan College, in the Bronx, NY, from October 5-8, 2006.

    Information and registration at www.peacejusticestudies.org

    Questions to pjsa2006@manhattan.edu

  • Academic Info 08/08/2003
    A payment based site that purports to be a good way to search for scholarships and jobs. The database for contacting organizations and academic institutions in the fields of peace studies and conflict resolution is both free and impressively comprehensive

  • Alliance for Conflict Transformation 08/08/2003
    This site is dedicated to promoting conflict resolution and its study. More centered towards the US. It runs a subscriber system for its job and scholarship announcement forum.

  • Alliance for Life Long Learning 08/08/2003
    An impressively long list of databases, which deal with International relations, both academic websites, Institutions and NGO’s are reviewed. This is a collaborative effort between Oxford, Stanford and Yale Universities

  • Alphabetic List of UN sites 08/07/2003
    This site called the ‘Official Web site Locator for the United Nations System of organizations’ is just that a list of UN departments and mandated organizations. Though it does have some omissions and needs updating it is a good place to start when looking within the UN

  • Amnesty International 09/02/2003
    Amnesty International (AI) is a worldwide movement of people who campaign for internationally recognized human rights. The site offers a regularly updated news section, country profiles and details of current campaigns.

  • Bitterlemons - Middle East Roundtable 10/22/2003
    Bitterlemons-international is an internet forum for an array of world perspectives on the Middle East. It aims to promote a greater understanding about the Middle East region and open a new common space for world thinkers and political leaders to present their viewpoints and initiatives on the region.

  • Bitterlemons - Palestinian-Israeli Crossfire 10/22/2003
    Bitterlemons.org is a website that presents Israeli and Palestinian viewpoints on prominent issues of concern. It focuses on the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and peace process.

  • Cambridge Data Systems 08/08/2003
    Touts itself as a website for ‘Recruitment Resource for International Development Assistance’.

  • Center for Research on Globalization 08/08/2003
    The CRG webpage publishes news articles, commentaries, background research and analysis on a broad range of issues, focusing on the interrelationship between social, economic, strategic, geopolitical and environmental processes.

  • Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue 11/13/2003
    The Centre is an independent and impartial organisation, based in Geneva, Switzerland, dedicated to the promotion of humanitarian principles, the prevention of conflict and the alleviation of its effects through dialogue.

  • Civilians for Peace-Keeping 08/08/2003
    Lists employment opportunities in the Peace-Keeping field

  • Common Dreams 08/07/2003
    A US national Non profit organization that uses the Internet as a political organizing tool elevating Internet activism. Offers a varied combination of politics, issues and headliners with well balanced, differing perspectives. Also includes an impressive selection of links, ranging from TV, radio, Internet and newspapers.

  • Cross Cultural Solutions 09/04/2003
    Programmes offered include opportunities for participants to work side-by-side with local people, on locally designed and driven projects.

  • Department of Peace and Conflict Research - Uppsala University 08/13/2003
    The University conducts research and offers courses in fields relating to conflict resolution focusing on the following areas: West and Central Asia, Southern Africa, South East Asia, Cyprus, Northern Ireland and Somalia.

  • EcoEmploy 08/25/2003
    Lists enviromental job openings in the US.

  • Education for Peace International 10/29/2003
    "The main purpose of EFP-International and its sister Institutes is to develop and implement peace education programs in all parts of the world for all segments of human society. Through in-depth, systematic and sustained programs of Education for Peace (EFP), every generation of new leaders and citizens is equipped with the necessary insights and skills to decrease the occurrence and intensity of conflict, to prevent its descent into violence and war and, more importantly, to dedicate their talents and energies to the creation of a sustained and progressive culture of peace."

  • Fifty Years From Trinity 09/03/2003
    Presents a series of full text articles from the Seattle Times dealing with the history and repercussions of the use of Nuclear Weapons.

  • Food and Agriculture Organization 08/08/2003

  • Heidelberg Institute of International Conflict Research 08/25/2003
    Based in the Department of Political Science at the University of Heidelberg, the Institute is a private organization dedicating their work in research, documentation and analysis of national and international political conflicts.

  • Human Rights Search Engine 09/02/2003
    HURISEARCH is a new search engine provided by Human Rights Information and Documentation Systems, International (HURIDOCS).

  • Human Security Centre
    The homepage states: "Unlike traditional concepts of security, which focus on defending borders from external military threats, human security is concerned with the security of individuals."

    Website includes an extensive list of links to online resources.

  • Idealist 08/07/2003
    An excellent site to start of any enquiries about charities and non-profit organizations in North America. Has an excellent employment section as well as news about campaigns, events and programs in the non-profit field.

  • INCORE 08/13/2003
    INCORE (International Conflict Research) undertakes research and policy work, useful to the resolution of ethnic, political and religious conflicts. Currently, INCORE's research focuses mainly on post conflict issues, issues of governance and diversity, and research methodology in violent societies. Also produces a web based Conflict Data Service which provides current and historical information on all major on-going conflicts, theme sites on a variety of issues relevant to conflict, and information on conflict resolution institutions throughout the world.

  • Independent Media Centre 08/07/2003
    This website brings together a number of individual media outlets aiming to present a different side away from mass media distortions. Sometimes with fairly radical ideas the authors are a mixed bunch with diverse opinions. Makes for interesting and thought provoking reading.

  • Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution 03/05/2004
    At the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (ICAR), faculty and students are committed to the development of theory, research, and practice that interrupt cycles of violence. ICAR is an innovative academic resource for people and institutions worldwide. It comprises a community of scholars, graduate students, alumni, practitioners, and organizations in the field of peace making and conflict resolution. ICAR is a Commonwealth Center for Excellence, recognized for its leadership in the field and its world-renowned faculty.

  • Institute for Public Accuracy 08/08/2003
    Commonly called the IPA, it has perhaps the largest database of experts amenable to giving advice, information and opinions. It tends to have more liberal academics, who are generally critical of Government policies

  • Institute for War and Peace Reporting 08/08/2003
    IWPR produces balanced and accurate reporting of public interest, and aims to contribute to public understanding of political issues within the region as well as internationally, with an emphasis on democratisation, human rights, conflict resolution and development.

  • INSTRAW GAINS 10/30/2003
    INSTRAW works towards gender equality and the empowerment of women through its Gender Awareness Information and Networking System (GAINS), an internet-based research and training environment driven by a worldwide network. By facilitating collaborative work it seeks to create and share knowledge to improve development policy and practice.

  • Intern Abroad 08/08/2003
    Also has paid positions advertised. Literally thousands of internship listings, organized by profession and country

  • International Atomic Energy Agency 08/08/2003

  • International Career Employment Center 08/08/2003
    An excellent site for International employment listings, strong in the area of ‘Development’ job vacancies

  • International Crisis Group 09/02/2003
    An independent nonprofit organisation working through field-based analysis and high-level advocacy to prevent and resolve deadly conflict.

  • International Freedom of Expression Exchange
    A global network of free expression organisations that monitors attacks on journalists, media outlets and human rights defenders around the world, including in conflict zones. Hosts a searchable online archive of Alerts and publishes an e-newsletter in English, French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic.

  • International Labour Organization 08/08/2003

  • International Monetary Fund 08/08/2003

  • Job Vacancies at International Organizations
    This site lists and categorizes vacancies in different UN agencies and International Organizations around the world. Job vacancies are carefully categorized and grouped by country, organization and type, and regularly updated.

  • Jobs International
    Job search at international organizations.

  • Joint UN Programme on AIDS 08/08/2003

  • Journalism Net 08/08/2003
    Strong website for contacting experts and searching for jobs in journalism. Scores points for its global coverage.

  • Monster Work Abroad 08/08/2003
    The Grand-daddy of Internet employment websites and still good value

  • Netaid - Online Volunteer 08/08/2003
    Netaid is a network of people committed to ending extreme poverty. Volunteer opportunities via the net.

  • New Balkan Politics 11/11/2003
    Published by an independent and non-profit NGO: “Ian Collins” , Skopje, Macedonia and funded by the Government of the Netherlands, and edited by Mirjana Maleska, Professor of Politics and Political Systems at the Southeast European University in Tetovo and Senior Fellow Researcher at the Institute of Sociological and Political Research, Skopje.

  • Non-violence 101 11/06/2003
    "We see, grasp, and touch “nonviolence” as differing from “peace” — as ways to “peace”— and hope to enable and strengthen persons or people actively writing on nonviolent campaigns."

  • Office of Human Resource Management (OHRM) 08/08/2003
    Office of Human Resource Management lists most of the employment opportunities at the UN and handles most of the UN’s HR needs. A good site to navigate around the vast UN system of sites and organizations

  • One World 08/13/2003
    A super-site of peace, human rights, and environmental information and campaigns.

  • Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe 08/08/2003

  • Overseas Jobs 08/08/2003
    States “features international job opportunities for professionals, expatriates and adventure seekers”. Well organized.

  • Peace Corps 08/13/2003
    Peace Corps offers a wide range of overseas assignments ranging from education, business, environment, agriculture, community development and health.

  • Peace Magazine 08/13/2003
    Published 4 times a year by the Canadian Disarmament Information Service, Peacemagazine publishes articles, news stories, book and film reviews, letters, and a calendar of events. Topics discussed include: disarmament, conflict resolution, nonviolent sanctions, peace institutions (e.g. the United Nations and the World Court), conflicts and crises around the world, profiles of activists and researchers, controversies about development, population and environmental protection.

  • Peace Research Foundation 01/05/2004
    The PEACE RESEARCH FOUNDATION is a nonprofit 501 (C)(3) educational organization based in Ft Lauderldale, Florida, USA, dedicated to increasing and disseminating the body of knowledge regarding peace through research and education. By researching peace efforts and peacemakers throughout the world, it will develop a reservoir of information for the establishment of a resource center for peace and conflict resolution, the Peace Research Foundation Center and Library. This gathered and indexed information will also be readily available to all on the Internet.

  • PeaceThrough Art 04/14/2004
    The International Child Art Foundation (ICAF) is one of the premier organizations for the world's children. ICAF employs the arts as a dynamic channel to nurture children's creativity, as a language-independent medium to connect children around the world, and as a powerful catalyst for peace building.

  • Peres Center for Peace 08/08/2003
    This has a list of universities worldwide, which offer courses in Peace and Conflict studies and related topics.

  • Project Diana 09/02/2003
    An online Human Rights Archive from the Yale LAw School.Including access to documents, case histories and the Yale Human Rights & Development Law Journal.

  • Radio Free Europe/ Radio Liberty 08/08/2003
    Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty is a private, international communications service. It provides daily news, analysis, current affairs programming to enable a coherent, objective account of happenings worldwide.

  • Reliefweb 08/08/2003
    ReliefWeb is a project of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). It lists Job vacancies and employment opportunities for both UN organizations and NGO’s. A good place to look for jobs at the high end of relief and NGO vacancies

  • RTI International 10/29/2003
    A research and consultancy company founded in 1958 which, in a number of fields, with over 2,000 employees, turns knowledge into practice. Currently they have jobs in Iraq.

  • Share the World's Resources (STWR).
    STWR (Share The World's Resources) is a non-politically affiliated network campaigning for justice and peace through the fair and equitable distribution of world resources. We believe the current world economic system perpetuates global poverty, denies basic human rights to many millions and damages all nations.

    Through this web site we seek to provide a nucleus for news, information, discussion and collaboration. We present news and commentary, a large collection of articles, including many from prominent figures, surveys and opinion polls, together with a large selection of links and calendar events.

    We value your thoughts, opinions and idea's, and encourage you to share them through our many forums. You are also encouraged to use the interactive features of this web site to further participate, by taking part in our surveys, adding book reviews, events, links, and comments.

  • Stockholm International Peace Research Institute 08/13/2003
    SIPRI conducts research on conflict and cooperation of importance for international peace and security, with the aim of contributing to an understanding of the conditions for peaceful solutions of international conflicts and for a stable peace.

  • The Bonn International Center for Conversion 08/13/2003
    An independent non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the transfer of former military resources and assets to alternative civilian purposes.

  • The Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution 08/08/2003
    This site is a listing of relevant sites to check for research, employment, scholarship and general interest enquiries in International mediation and conflict resolution.

  • The Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict 02/19/2004
    The Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict, the annual journal of the Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies, ISSN 1095-1962, publishes a variety of scholarly articles and essays on topics such as war, peace, global cooperation, domestic violence, and interpersonal conflict resolution; including questions of military and political security, the global economy, and global environmental issues.

  • The Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research 08/08/2003
    This foundation offers frequently updated analysis, ideas, columns and debates on peace related news dealing with humans, cultures and nature.

  • UN Development Programme 08/08/2003

  • UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization 08/08/2003

  • UN Industrial Development Organization 08/08/2003

  • UN International Crime Court 08/08/2003

  • UN Office in Vienna 08/08/2003

  • UN Office on Drugs and Crime 08/08/2003

  • UN Vacancies 08/08/2003
    The following lists employment categories specifically within the United Nations with relevant links for each job type. (Not Comprehensive. Always refresh your web browser to reload the latest and most up-to-date information.

  • Un Volunteers Service 08/08/2003
    Information about and how to apply to become a UN volunteer

  • University of Wisconsin Experts Database 08/08/2003
    “The University of Wisconsin-Madison Experts Database offers journalists the expertise of 1793 faculty and staff from one of the nation's leading research universities. Each of these experts has agreed to talk with reporters on selected topics.”

  • UPEACE Online Resource Center 08/07/2003
    Our Parent Institution provides this excellent resource centre. It’s very clearly laid out by areas of study in the realm of peace, conflict and security. Includes recommended sites for research and unpublished papers

  • US Institute for Peace 08/08/2003
    One of the most respected Peace Institutes around. Has a strong array of experts who are often available for comment on peace and international relations issues – highly recommended for journalists. Does a good job of spanning the political gamut. Publishes a list of upcoming symposiums and events on peace academia.

  • World Food Programme (WFP) 08/08/2003

  • World Health Organization 08/08/2003

  • World Intellectual Property Organization 08/08/2003

  • World Peace
    The fact is that world peace is not just some desirable concept, wished for by the masses but unattainable in reality; world peace is the normal standard of how things should be on an everyday basis, and the way to achieve it is not so very far out of reach.

    Do we imagine that the world is going to continue forever in an endless round of conflicts and disputes resulting in loss of life and bloodshed, or shouldn't we suppose that at some stage in human development everybody is going to become wiser and change things so that these events never happen again? Of course the answer is that sooner or later, world peace is going to be the normal state of affairs in international concerns.

    If it is going to happen sooner or later anyway, what is wrong with it happening sooner rather than later? World peace doesn't have to be something our descendants will enjoy at some obscure point in the distant future; world peace can happen here and now, and in our lifetimes. The purpose of this website is to show exactly how world peace can be achieved, and what everyone can do to help achieve it.

  • World Trade Organization 08/08/2003

  • World Volunteer Web 08/08/2003
    Describes itself as an inclusive and global volunteer information portal. Good range of news about volunteer possibilities throughout the world

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