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War and violence are all too prevalent in today’s world. These groups and organizations strive to promote a more just and peaceful world.
Anglican Pacifist Fellowship, The
A body of people within the Anglican Communion who reject war as a means of solving international disputes, and believe that peace and justice should be sought through non-violent means.
Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP)
A coalition of 20 public policy offices of national churches and agencies (Orthodox, Roman Catholic, and Protestant) that focuses on Washington believing sound United States policy is crucial to achieving and maintaining just and stable relationships throughout the Middle East.
Desmond Tutu Peace Centre, The
The purpose of this non-profit organization is to expand the legacy of an extraordinary world leader, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and former Chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of South Africa.
Episcopal Peace Fellowship
Following Jesus' Call for Peace. Connecting Episcopalians Doing Justice, Dismantling Violence and Striving to Be Peacemakers.
Fellowship of Reconciliation (FOR)
This organization seeks to replace violence, war, racism, and economic injustice with nonviolence, peace, and justice. They are an interfaith organization committed to active nonviolence as a transforming way of life and as a means of radical change. FOR educates, trains, builds coalitions, and engages in nonviolent and compassionate actions locally, nationally, and globally.
Institute for Peace and Justice (IPJ)
An independent, interfaith, not-for-profit organization that creates resources, provides learning experiences, and advocates publicly for alternatives to violence and injustice at the individual, family, community, institutional and global levels.
Interfaith Center for Peace
This independent non-profit educational organization is known throughout the United States for its work in conflict resolution and peacemaking education.