PEACE, NONVIOLENCE, SOCIAL JUSTICE, ACTIVISM, ANARCHISM
Albert Einstein Institution
Gene Sharp's organization dedicated to advancing "the worldwide study and strategic use of nonviolent action in conflict."
International Center on Nonviolent Conflict
This organization aims to “develop and disseminate knowledge related to nonviolent conflict and its practice, throughout the world.”
Mahatma Gandhi Research and Media Service
A huge resource for anything to do with Mahatma Gandhi. Here you can find photographs, films, video, audio, books, research services, rare materials and more.
War Resisters League
Founded in 1923, WRL is an activist group that "affirms that all war is a crime against humanity." Opposes not only war, but the roots of war: social injustice and the culture of violence (war toys, sexism, ROTC, etc.). Good people with maximum integrity.
The A.J. Muste Memorial Institute
A foundation that provides grants, resources and support to activist organizations that use nonviolent strategies to oppose war and promote justice. They also publish and distribute educational materials about nonviolence.
The Freedom Archives
A searchable database of audio and video recordings documenting social justice movements from the 1960’s to the present—available as downloads and for purchase.
Writings by S. Brian Willson
"Essays on the American Way of Life, U.S. Imperialism and Revolutionary Nonviolent Alternatives by Vietnam veteran and renowned peace activist S. Brian Willson."
The Memory Hole
An eclectic site exploring “topics of individualist anarchism, philosophical egoism, anti-war propaganda, feminism, and libertarianism.”
Nonviolence Training Project
A site dedicated to promoting, developing and supporting the use of nonviolence training by providing resources and networking opportunities.
Seattle Anarchism and Revolution
Anarchy news and links with a special focus on the Seattle area.
Empowerment Resources "offers tools for personal growth, social change, and ecology…" Here you can find hundreds of links and an online bookstore.
African American Environmentalist Association
An organization dedicated to increasing African American participation in environmental issues, focusing particularly on local communities.
An independent research organization working for an environmentally sustainable and socially just society.
"Through education and activism, CorpWatch works to hold corporations accountable on issues of human rights, labor rights and environmental justice."
Down with Any Elite
"A revolutionary political theory and new action methods to change the balance of power between elite and mass." You'll find some interesting ideas here.
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation
"The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is a non-profit organization that advocates the abolition of nuclear weapons and seeks ways towards sustaining peace and non-violence as effective means of governance."
An organization dedicated to furthering "the potential of computers and the Internet to increase communication and collaboration among those working for social change."
A community of people concerned about social change. Includes Z Magazine online and much more.
Mark Shepard's Gandhi Page
"Resources from Gandhian journalist Mark Shepard related to Mahatma Gandhi, nonviolence, and small scale alternatives."
Orange County Peace Coalition
The Web site of the Orange County, California peace group.
Libertarians opposed to interventionism
Culture of Peace
The personal site of Dr David Adams, a psychologist and former UNESCO official. At UNESCO he was in charge of the International Year for the Culture of Peace.
"A Radical Newsletter in the Struggle for Peace and Social Justice"
Exploring the connections among global issues such as trade, poverty, globalization, human rights, geopolitics and the environment.
Centre for Research on Globalization
"An independent research and media group of progressive writers, scholars and activists committed to curbing the tide of 'globalisation' and 'disarming' the New World Order."
Human Rights Watch
"Organization dedicated to protecting the human rights of people around the world."
The Complete Site on Mahatma Gandhi
Everything you wanted to know about the Mahatma and more.
"An advocacy organization founded by family members of September 11th victims who have united to turn their grief into action for peace."
San Antonio Peace Center
A great site with links, articles and features related to peace and nonviolence.
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists
Dedicated to educating "citizens about global security issues, especially the continuing dangers posed by nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction…"
Nonviolence—Peace by peaceful means
Articles, analyses and reports that highlight the contemporary relevance of nonviolence.
Peace, War and Nonviolence
Links to dozens of books, articles, papers, and reviews by Australian nonviolence advocate Dr. Brian Martin.
"Unique tools, books, and online resources to achieve sustainability & environmentally benign frugal living."
The Nonviolent Action Community of Cascadia
"A Seattle-based organization that uses nonviolent action to create political and social change." Lots of info about war tax resistance.
Better World Links
Over 30,000 links to pages concerned with peace, nonviolence, social justice, human rights, women's rights, the environment and more.
“Promoting a peaceful political evolution as a focus for dissent.”
This site encourages resistance to draft registration, seeing it as the first step toward reinstatement of conscription in the U.S.