Helpful General Web Resources:
The purpose of this page is to list general helpful peace-related web
The Albert Einstein Institution
This is a link to Gene Sharp's web page. Sharps' excellent three-volume book entitled The Politics of Nonviolent Action (Boston: Porter Sargent Publishers, 1973) offers 198 methods of nonviolent action. This web page offers more information about him, his work, and his books.
This is a page created by Chuck Fager. He describes the purpose of the page as
follows: "The main focus of this page will be to present material related to
the Quaker peace testimony: its background, its history, dilemmas, and the
challenges it faces in the current situation. This page is a unofficial Quaker
endeavor, based on the conviction that God's will is to eliminate war as a human
institution, to end specific wars as soon as possible, and to repair the damage
of wars without partiality."
Pax Educare: The Connecticut Center for Peace Education. "Resources and
Consulting for a More Hopeful and Interdependent World." A very helpful listing
of resources; also includes links to other very helpful websites.
Description from website: "The University of
Minnesota Human Rights Center, with a generous grant from the Weyerhaeuser
Family Foundation and the United States Institute of Peace, presents the Peace
Resource Center. The Peace Resource Center hosts documents and links to further
the peace movement around the world through action, education, and