Anger Management Course
This course is designed to provide an overview of the causes of anger, road rage and other frustrations, along with effective ways of dealing with multiple situations. You will be working at your own pace on your home or office computers from materials at the site. During the course you will work through the four modules and complete several exercises, all designed to help you understand and effectively deal with your anger.
"The authoritative source on arms control."
The AtombicBomb Museum.org is a new online educational resource for those with an interest in the historical record of the August 1945 atomic bombings in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan. It is dedicated to providing information in historical context to students, educators, and concerned citizens at home and around the world about the first atomic bombings and developments since then.
Founded in 1910, the Carnegie Endowment is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation among nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States.
"Waging Peace - Fighting Disease - Building Hope"
Creative tools for peaceful conflict resolution, teachers' resources, books for peace, a traveling children's museum, and more.
The Center for Cooperative Principles is a nonprofit, global, educational organization whose purpose is to inspire and demonstrate cooperation and offer programs and experiences that educate about how to create positive relationships that meet all needs and bring out the best in everyone. Presently we are focused on providing programs and services to children and youth and to empowering parents, teachers, youth workers, and mentors to engage with children and youth in cooperative ways.
The projects of CIDCM have been dedicated to pursuing new and better understanding about the dynamics of conflict and conflict resolution, with a special emphasis on the role of economic development and information technology in conflict-prone societies.
One of the goals of the Communications Initiative is to effectively advocate the importance of communication for sustainable development.
CODEP aims to reduce violent conflict and support those worst affected by it through the improvement of policy and practice in conflict, development and peace work carried out by UK NGOs, academic institutions, consultants and government departments. This website is a forum for the sharing of ideas, knowledge and experience, and for the discussion of policy and practice relating to conflict, development and peace.
The Conflict Research Consortium is a multidisciplinary program of research, teaching, and application, focused on finding more constructive ways of addressing difficult, long-term, and intractable conflicts, and getting that information to the people involved in these conflicts so that they can approach them in a more constructive way.
A comprehensive gateway to conflict resolution resources for adversaries, bystanders, students, educators, practitioners, and researchers.
"The power of law and the power of people in defense of human rights and the environment."
Information concerning: conflicts, conflict prevention and peace building; inspiring stories of efforts by non-state actors to prevent or resolve conflicts; profiles and contact details of international and local organizations working to prevent or resolve conflicts; contact details of key experts in a country or region; references to publications on conflict prevention, with a special focus on literature produced by NGOs and research institutes; and events, conferences and campaigns focusing on conflict prevention and peace building.
A nonprofit Christian ministry organization supporting individuals who are called to non-institutional ministries in the fields of writing, speaking and teaching, spiritual direction, art, music, drama, dance, contemplative prayer, and service.
News and information on human rights issues around the world.
HRI serves as an international reference point for health care, education, agricultural and economic development by: prioritization of humanitarian issues and needs; promotion of volunteerism; development of educational resources; encouragement of collaboration among governmental, and intergovernmental agencies and private sector entities; and facilitating information transfer for public use.
The IGC plays a formative role in bringing advanced communications technologies to grassroots organizations worldwide working for peace, human rights, environmental sustainability, women's rights, conflict resolution and worker rights.
Responding in faith to the wisdom of spiritual leaders throughout human history, the Interfaith Center for Peace teaches people, by deed and example, how to be peacemakers in their own places.
This Web siite offers a directory of more than 700 organizations actively seeking peace and justice, a division of those groups into 20 areas of concern, ways to contact each individual group, and ways to communicate with all groups in an area or the entire list.
INCORE aims to address the management and resolution of conflict via a combination of research, training, and other activities which inform and influence national and international organizations working in the field of conflict.
The ICG is an independent, non-profit, multinational organization, with 90 staff members on five continents, working through field-based analysis and high-level advocacy to prevent and resolve deadly conflict.
The International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR) is an international, spiritually-based movement composed of people who, from the basis of a belief in the power of love and truth to create justice and restore community, commit themselves to active nonviolence as a way of life and as a means of transformation – personal, social, economic and political.
This Web site tells the story of the Friendship Doll exchange between Japan and the United States in 1927. More importantly, these Friendship Dolls continue to play an important role in promoting understanding, peace, and friendship between children and adults in the two countries. This site also contains an online version of the book "Ellen C: The Friendly Doll," written in 1986 by Mary Elizabeth (Farr) Stanfield, a long-time friend of, and generous donor to, the Peace Resource Center. To find Ellen C's story, go to the American Blue-eyed Dolls section, and look under "Individual Dolls."
This Web site is the home for "Come Join the Circle: LessonSongs for Peacemaking," the innovative new album from peace educator and singer/songwriter Paulette Meier. A 2002 Parents' Choice Approved Award Winner.
A web service provided by the charitable GandhiServe Foundation, this e-archive is the best online resource on Mohandas Karamchand (aka Mahatma) Gandhi in terms of quality and quantity.
The Dispute Resolution Institute at the Hamline University School of Law is developing a project to examine the lessons that can be learned from "failed" mediations. The Web site contains three minute teaching videos focused on a single reported mediation case that attempt to illustrate what went wrong at the mediation that resulted in litigation, over 400 written summaries of the most significant mediation cases from 1999 to today and a database containing all mediation cases reported on Westlaw where U.S. state or federal judges were forced to decide a disputed issue about mediation.
Established in 1989, the Ohio Commission on Dispute Resolution and Conflict Management provides Ohioans with constructive, nonviolent forums, processes, and techniques for resolving disputes.
The online bibliography Theology and Peace contains more than 100,000 titles subject indexed using descriptors. Literature relevant to research into peace ethics from the individual disciplines of theology and other sciences has been taken into account.
The Online Journal of Peace and Conflic Resolution is intended as a resource for students, teachers and practitioners in fields relating to the reduction and elimination of destructive conflict. It desires to be a free, yet valuable, source of information to aid anyone trying to work toward a less violent and more cooperative world.
Part of the Institute for Peace and Justice, this site provides access to peacemaking publications for families, children, faith communities, and schools. Titles include Kids Creating Circles of Peace, Raising Kids Who Will Make a Difference, and Just Family Nights: 60 Activities to Keep Your Family Together in a World Falling Apart.
The Peace Company is dedicated to providing practical tools that inspire people to believe that peace is possible and one person CAN make a difference; and building communities, partnerships, and networks to increase our collective power for meaningful action.
"Peace is Possible" lets you look behind scenes into how people with new ideas and new working methods have found new forms of getting their way with governments. This book shows how people are changing history and are becoming "the new international superpower" (Nobel laureate Jody Williams, US). Thirty-one prominent peacemakers were invited by the editor, Fredrik S. Heffermehl, to tell about their personal experiences. On this website these stories are being offered to read, in whole or in part, and to order online, as book or in electronic form (options vary, depending on the language) with Chinese as the latest of 12 languages.
The blog is designed to shed light on stories relating to peace and nonviolence throughout the world. The blog focuses on the many organizations and individuals working locally, nationally, and internationally for peace.
A collection of current events news about all branches of Friends including their work in peace activities.
Serving the information needs of the humanitarian relief community.
Homepage for the World Peace Project for Children and the Sadako Peace Project.
Stories to be used in schools, youth groups, church work, and the like, to talk with children about the issues of war and peace.
This non-profit organization based in Australia is involved with peace-building and storytelling. Their online newsletter shares peace-building stories, presents new peace-buidling published stories, and links to peace-building organizations and activities occurring internationally.
Tolerance.org is a principal online destination for people interested in dismantling bigotry and creating, in hate's stead, communities that value diversity. (Read more about how we define "tolerance.") If you want to know how to transform yourself, your home, your school, your workplace or your community, Tolerance.org is a place to start — and continue — the journey. Through its online well of resources and ideas, its expanding collection of print materials, its burgeoning outreach efforts, and its downloadable public service announcements, Tolerance.org promotes and supports anti-bias activism in every venue of life.
Committee, staff, and contact information, as well as more detailed information about the United Nations' work on Peace & Security, Economic & Social Development, Human Rights, Humanitarian Affairs, and International Law.
UNDP is the UN's global development network, advocating for change and connecting countries to knowledge, experience and resources to help people build a better life. On the ground in 166 countries, the UNDP works with people on their own solutions to global and national development challenges. As they develop local capacity, they draw on the people of UNDP and their wide range of partners.
UNICEF helps children get the care and stimulation they need in the early years of life and encourages families to educate girls as well as boys. It strives to reduce childhood death and illness and to protect children in the midst of war and natural disaster. UNICEF supports young people, wherever they are, in making informed decisions about their own lives, and strives to build a world in which all children live in dignity and security. (Please be aware this site takes a little time to load but it is full of great resources.)
Part of the Bora Laskin Law Library, University of Toronto. The purpose of the Women's Human Rights Resources Web site is to provide reliable and diverse information on international women's human rights via the Internet. The database contains articles, documents, and links.
World Friendship Center was founded on August 6th, 1965 (exactly 20 years after the Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima), by Barbara Reynolds, to provide a place where people from many nations can meet, share their experiences and reflect on peace. A group of dedicated volunteers have continued Barbara's vision of serving the Hiroshima community and guests to the city in a variety of ways.