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Canadian Centres for
Teaching Peace

Box 70
Okotoks, AB  CANADA
T1A 1S4
Ph: (403)
461-2469

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(309) 407-6576
E-Mail:
stewartr [at] peace.ca

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Last update:
26 Aug 2008

PEACE USERGROUPS

What is a Usergroup?  An e-mail group that discusses a particular subject, and corresponds through e-mail to each other.  When a message is sent within a usergroup, all subscribers of that group receives the message and can respond individually or through the group.  A usergroup is a great way to bond people together with like interests.


PEACE LIST USERGROUPS: 

The 9-11Peace.org bulletin is a weekly newsletter providing resources, news, and action ideas to over 22,500 people around the world. The full text of the bulletin is online at http://www.9-11peace.org/bulletin.php3; users can subscribe to and unsubscribe from the bulletin at that address also. The bulletin is a project of 9-11Peace.org. Contact bulletin@9-11peace.org for more information

Abolition Caucus list: facilitating the Canadian campaign to abolish all nuclear weapons. Inquiries to plough@watserv1.uwaterloo.ca .

An Alberta Culture of Peace and Peace Education email listserver has been set up to facilitate communications with respect to peace education to build a Culture of Peace and Non-violence in Alberta, Canada.  Plans for the Annual Alberta Conference on Peace Education will be discussed continuously on the listserve.  If anyone would like to participate in the Initiative, discussion and developments, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to albertapeaceeducation-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to albertapeaceeducation-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/albertapeaceeducation  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the albertapeaceeducation web site, once registered. Join us on the email listserver for the next round of discussion on peace education to build a Culture of Peace and Non-violence in Alberta.  YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE FOLLOWING ICON TO JOIN:

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ArmsNet - Union of Concerned Scientists listserver

thebullyingproject group - This is an invitation to join the thebullyingproject group, an email group that I moderate at eGroups, a free, easy-to-use email group service.  By joining this group, you'll be able to easily send messages to fellow group members using just one email address. eGroups also makes it easy to store photos and files, coordinate events and more.  Here's my introductory message for you:
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Hello,
We would like to invite you to join us in the fight against bullying and teasing. We thank you for your support of www.bullying.org and we would ask for your kind permission to join this e-mail listserv which will send you occassional messages to let you know how the project is proceeding and well as a way for us to share information with each other.
Thank you for helping to make a difference!
Most sincerely,
Bill Belsey
Coordinator, www.bullying.org
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TO JOIN THIS GROUP, simply choose ONE of these 2 options:
1) send a blank email to thebullyingproject-subscribe@egroups.com
-OR-
2) Go to our site at
   http://www.egroups.com/subscribe/thebullyingproject
   and click the "JOIN" button

Calgary Committee for Peace and Anti-Racism.  To learn more about the CCARP group, please visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CCARP .  It will tell you how to subscribe but I think you can subscribe by sending an email to CCARP-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

The Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development - We invite you to subscribe to our new listserv newsletter. It will be posted monthly on the CCFPD site at: www.cfp-pec.gc.ca but you can receive it automatically by sending a blank email to:
join-cpolicy@listserv.dfait-maeci.gc.ca  TO UNSUBSCRIBE - Please send a blank  email to:  leave-cpolicy@listserv.dfait-maeci.gc.ca .   The Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development mandate is to help Canadians participate in shaping Canada's foreign policy - how we interact with the World. This is the first listserv monthly newsletter to build on our connections with the foreign policy community and the interested public.  Our special edition of "Canadian Foreign Policy" (January 2000), an annual publication of selected policy options papers is now available through the Norman Patterson School of International Affairs, Carleton University. Contact information: (613) 520-5756 (phone); (613) 520-2889 (fax);  cfp@carleton.ca .  Steve Lee, Executive   Director, The Canadian Centre for Foreign Policy Development

Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace Newsletter - contains the most recent updates to our CCTP website at http://www.peace.ca . We are using this new Yahoo Groups tool to circulate our Newsletter (to improve service to you and save work for us:-). Subscriber lists are confidential. We average one or two Newsletters per month depending upon how busy things are. You can always unsubscribe if desired. Welcome to this new tool for peacebuilding.  If anyone would like to receive the newsletters, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to CCTPnews-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to CCTPnews-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CCTPnews  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the CCTPnews web site, once registered.  YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE FOLLOWING ICON TO JOIN:

Click to join CCTPnews

Click to join CCTPnews

The Human Security Bulletin is the Canadian Consortium on Human Security (CCHS) flagship online publication and can be viewed at www.humansecuritybulletin.info. Published quarterly, the Bulletin presents policy-relevant human security research currently being pursued in Canada and internationally. Annotated resources, such as article and publication abstracts, conferences and seminars, research funding sources, and human security-related jobs postings are also available on the website.

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)A Canadian Culture of Peace Program email listserver has been set up to facilitate communications with respect to building a Culture of Peace and Non-violence in Canada and the world.  Plans for the Annual Canadian Culture of Peace Conference will be discussed continuously on the listserve.  If anyone would like to participate in the Initiative, discussion and developments, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to CCOPPcore-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to CCOPPcore-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CCOPPcore  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the CCOPPcore web site, once registered. Join us on the email listserver for the next round of discussion on the Canadian Culture of Peace Program.  YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE FOLLOWING ICON TO JOIN:

Click to join CCOPPcore

Click to join CCOPPcore

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)A Canadian Culture of Peace Program resource raising email listserver has been set up to facilitate the raising of financial, human and information resources to build a Culture of Peace through peace education. There is an emerging consensus among Canadian peace educators and peacebuilders that the structures and processes which would enhance peace learning of the best possible quality at all levels are not currently available in Canada due to a lack of resources. We would hope to begin to fill that void through the creation of a Canadian Peace Education Foundation For A World Fit For Children ("CPEF"). Our vision is to contribute to the creation of a just and peaceful world by using education, training, information dissemination and research to handle conflicts non-violently and creatively. Our Task will be to help educate and train Canadians, and others, about peace, the creative transformation of conflicts, and skills for living together, to help significantly reduce the human costs of violence at home and abroad. CPEF will raise peacebuilding resources, on a large scale. For a more detailed description of our working vision, refer to the background information online at http://www.peace.ca/foundation.htm  or contact stewartr [at] peace.ca .  If anyone would like to participate in the Initiative, discussion and developments, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to CCOPPresourceraising-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to CCOPPresourceraising-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CCOPPresourceraising  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the CCOPPresourceraising web site, once registered. Join us on the email listserver for the next round of discussion on raising financial, human and information resources for building the Canadian Culture of Peace Program through peace education.  

The Canadian International Policy site http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/cip-pic/menu-en.asp is designed to provide information, views, and analysis on the key issues that touch on Canada ’s role in the international community. It describes the foundations of Canada 's international policy and provides you with insights into new policy thinking. To subscribe to the newsletter, click on http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/cip-pic/about/subscription-en.asp

Canadian Kindness Movement email newsletter - To subscribe please send email here:info@kindacts.net

The Canadian Network to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (CNANW) also has an email list server to facilitate communication (e.g., items related to nuclear weapons or anti-nuclear activities), accessible through their website  (http://watserv1.uwaterloo.ca/~plough/cnanw/cnanw.html)   

Canadian Peace Alliance email listserver "peacetalk".  General information about the mailing list is at:   http://list.web.net/lists/listinfo/peacetalk-l .  It will tell you how to subscribe but I think you can subscribe by sending a message to:   peacetalk-l-request@list.web.net   with the word `help' in the subject or body (don't include the quotes), and you will get back a message with instructions.

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes) Canadian Peace Initiative/Institute email listserver - CPIdiscussion is an unmoderated listserve open to anyone interested in the creation and prospects of the Canadian Peace Initiative/Institute.  The Canadian Peace Initiative (Institute) is an ambitious and perhaps highly significant undertaking.  Its mission is "To contribute to the creation of a just and peaceful world by using education, training, dissemination, research and action to handle conflicts non-violently and creatively."  It is an endeavour to mobilize and focus Canadian peace educators worth the interest and attention of Canadian peace researchers, educators and others interested in building a Culture of Peace and Non-violence at home and abroad.  If anyone would like to participate in the Canadian Peace Institute/Initiative ("CPI") discussion and developments, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to CPIdiscussion-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to CPIdiscussion-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the CPIdiscussion webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CPIdiscussion  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the CPIdiscussion site, once registered. Join us on CPIdiscussion email listserver for the next round of discussion on peace education in Canada. Background information is available at http://www.peace.ca/educationpartnerships.htm . YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE FOLLOWING ICON TO JOIN:

Click to join CPIdiscussion

Click to join CPIdiscussion

Canadian Peace Research and Education Association email listserver - CPREAdiscussion is an unmoderated listserve open to anyone, whether a member or not.  The homepage and instructions on how to join can be found at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CPREAdiscussion  

Canadian Rotarians Email Listserver

To try renaissance-network, Citizens for a Democratic Renaissance (CDR) , send blank message to renaissance-network-subscribe@cyberjournal.org.   "Renaissance Network", hosted by Jan Slakov and Richard Moore, is a "chat room" for activists, a "community forum" for the movement.    To try cyberjournal, send blank message to cj-subscribe@cyberjournal.org    "Cyberjournal", hosted by Richard Moore, offers news, analysis, and discussion related to globalization, corporate power, and movement strategy.

You are invited to subscribe to the Common Ground News Service (CGNews), a new online initiative of Search for Common Ground and the European Centre for Common Ground.  The goal of this free service is to distribute articles that are accurate, balanced, and solution-oriented in order to promote constructive perspectives and dialogue about current Middle East issues.  The articles are sent to a wide variety of recipients in the Middle East, Europe, and North America - with particular emphasis on news outlets in the region.  The intention is to have the articles republished as widely as possible; hence copyright permissions are secured beforehand to make each article available free of charge.  CGNews is distributed weekly, with each issue usually comprising three to five articles.  All CGNews articles will soon be available in an online archive through the Search for Common Ground website at <http://www.sfcg.org>.  Search for Common Ground and the European Centre for Common Ground are international NGOs working as partners in the fields of conflict resolution and media production.  CGNews is made possible through support from the European Community and UNESCO.  To subscribe to CGNews, please send a message to <cgnews@sfcg.org>.  For additional information on CGNews, contact Ms. Caroline Nichols, CGNews Assistant Editor, 1601 Connecticut Ave., NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC  20009, USA, Phone: +(202) 265-4300, Fax: +(202) 232-6718, Website: <http://www.sfcg.org>.

Canadian International Policy newsletters, from the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Development Canada http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/cip-pic/library/subscription-en.asp .  The Canadian International Policy Web site http://www.dfait-maeci.gc.ca/cip-pic/menu-en.asp is designed to provide information, views, and analysis on the key issues that touch on Canada 's role in the international community. It describes the foundations of Canada 's international policy and provides you with insights into new policy thinking.

Corp-Focus is a moderated listserve which distributes the weekly column "Focus on the Corporation," co-authored by Russell Mokhiber, editor of Corporate Crime Reporter, and Robert Weissman, editor of Multinational Monitor magazine.  To subscribe to Corp-Focus, go to <http://lists.essential.org/mailman/listinfo/corp-focus>.  Or, you can send an e-mail message to corp-focus-request@lists.essential.org with "subscribe" in the subject line of the message. (If you have any difficulty -- you shouldn't -- resend the message to corp-focus-admin@lists.essential.org.)  Focus on the Corporation scrutinizes the multinational corporation -- the most powerful institution of our time. Once a week, it reports and comments critically on corporate actions, plans, abuses and trends.  Written with a sharp edge and occasional irreverence, Focus on the Corporation covers: * Globalization and corporate power; * The double standards which excuse corporations for behavior (e.g., causing injury, accepting welfare) widely considered criminal or shameful when done by individuals; * Trends in corporate economic blackmail, political influence and workplace organization; * Industry-wide efforts to escape regulation, silence critics, employ new technologies or consolidate business among a few companies; * Specific, extreme examples of corporate abuses: destruction of communities, trampling of democracy, poisoning of air and water; and * The corporatization of our culture.  You can check out back columns, and information about Mokhiber and Weissman's book, Corporate Predators: The Hunt for MegaProfits and the Attack on Democracy, at <http://www.corporatepredators.org>. To go directly to back columns, go to <http://lists.essential.org/pipermail/corp-focus>.

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)Here's a new tool for peace: Culture of Peace News Network CPNN-USAhttp://cpnn-usa.org .  Please make use of CPNN-USA to broadcast and disseminate and discuss the countless actions and media resources promoting a culture of peace that take place every day but are not considered newsworthy by the commercial mass media. This can help us build the momentum for a global movement for a culture of peace to replace the culture of war that dominates for the time being. The global movement for a culture of peace has once again been called for by  the UN General Assembly http://cpnn-usa.org/resolutions/resA-57-6.html , see paragraph 1.  And CPNN is encouraged as an integral part of the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World contributing to this movement (see paragraph 7). Please notice that CPNN defines peace broadly in the sense of the United Nations Culture of Peace Decade, including: democracy, women's equality, human rights, non-violence, peace education, tolerance and mutual understanding, sustainable development and preservation of the environment, community development and the free flow of information.  Any action or media event promoting any of these principles is appropriate for CPNN. I look forward to hearing from you on the pages of CPNN. Peace, David Adams adams1peace@aol.com 

Dialogue Webpage for Conflicts Worldwide Newsletter - An email newsletter reporting recent contributions and developments on the Dialogue Webpage for Conflicts Worldwide at http://www.dwcw.org .  DWCW is a resource and service for all people interested in conflict and its prevention which aims to contribute to the improvement of mutual understanding between opposing sides of conflict throughout the world. Presented by the Japan Center for Preventive Diplomacy (JCPD) URL http://www.jcpd.gr.jp  email jcpd@jfir.or.jp and assisted by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF). For inquiries, please contact Cameron
Noble at jcpd@jfir.or.jp

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)FUTURIST UPDATE: News & Previews from the World Future Society is an e-mail newsletter published monthly as a supplement to THE FUTURIST magazine. Copyright © 2003, World Future Society, 7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 450, Bethesda, MD 20814, USA. Telephone 1-301-656-8274; mailto:info@wfs.org ; Web site http://www.wfs.org .  To subscribe or unsubscribe, send an e-mail message to majordomo@wfs.org with "subscribe futurist-update" or "unsubscribe futurist-update" in the BODY of the message.  THE WORLD FUTURE SOCIETY is a nonprofit, nonpartisan scientific and educational association with some 30,000 members worldwide. Membership in the Society, including a subscription to THE FUTURIST magazine and numerous other benefits, is just $45 per year. For more information on the Society and all its programs, publications, and services, contact Membership Director Susan Echard, sechard@wfs.org , or visit http://www.wfs.org 

Global Human Rights Education listserv 
Send mail intended for the list to <hr-education@hrea.org>.
Archives of the list can be found at: http://www.hrea.org/lists/hr-education/
To subscribe to the list, send a message to <majordomo@hrea.org>,
with the following text in the message: subscribe hr-education
To unsubscribe from the list, send a message to <majordomo@hrea.org>,
with the following text in the message: unsubscribe hr-education
If you have problems (un)subscribing, contact <owner-hr-education@hrea.org>.
*Por información en espanol, por favor contactar <owner-hr-education@hrea.org>.
Pour assistance en francais, merci de contacter <owner-hr-education@hrea.org>.
**You are welcome to reprint, copy, archive, quote or re-post this item, but please retain the original and listserv source.

Grassroots Good News come to you from The Threshold Foundation Editor: Dr Burkhard Luber, email: luber@dieschwelle.de ; web site: www.dieschwelle.de .  Grassroots Good News are an electronic mailing list which presents alternative news and contributes to NGO networking. They contain counter-censor news on human rights monitoring and citizens´ diplomacy and show stimulating work examples for environment commitment and non-violent conflict management. Currently 2000+ receivers worldwide.  For GGN subscriptions or unsubscriptions please go to www.dieschwelle.de

Join the Hague Appeal for Peace news listserv.   To subscribe send an email
message to majordomo@igc.org with the message "subscribe hapnews-list" in
the body of the email.

The Humanitarian Times - Subscriptions to The Humanitarian Times are free of charge, & no sales hooks are involved.  The Humanitarian Times exists to facilitate information exchange across the aid community, and, as such, is a non-profit activity.   To unsubscribe, or to subscribe, simply write to:  HumanitarianTimes@erols.com

The Human Security Bulletin http://www.humansecuritybulletin.info/November_2004/Home/en/ is the flagship publication of the Canadian Consortium on Human Security (CCHS) http://www.humansecurity.info/ . As a core part of the CCHS mandate to facilitate the exchange of information and analysis, the Bulletin features timely, informed and concise information and analysis on human security issues.

Newsletter on the International Decade for a Culture of Peace and Non-Violence for the Children of the World (2001-2010). This issue's theme is "Gender and a Culture of Peace", referring directly to one of the action areas of the Declaration and Programme of Action for a Culture of Peace, namely "Actions to ensure equality between women and men".  The newsletter is available in both English and French - you can consult both versions via our website: the English one is available via http://www3.unesco.org/iycp/Newsletter/News02_en.pdf , and the French one can be found at http://www3.unesco.org/iycp/Newsletter/News02_fr.pdf .  Culture of Peace Coordination, Coordination Culture de la Paix, UNESCO - BSP/PMR, 7, Place de Fontenoy, F - 75352 Paris 07 SP, Tel: 33 (0)1 45 68 13 49, Fax: 33 (0)1 45 68 55 57; a.salinas@unesco.org ; http://www.unesco.org/cp ; http://www.unesco.org/manifesto2000

If you want to join the International Peace Bureau listserver, what you do is send a message with only the words; subscribe IPB-L <your email address> and send this to majordomo@igc.apc.org

INTERNATIONAL PEACE NETWORK FORMED TO ADDRESS GLOBALIZATION - June 25, 1999

Psychologists for Social Responsibility (PsySR) operate the International Peace Practitioners' Network.  "We hope continue to expand the IPPN and deepen the understanding and contacts we are building among us, we will be contributing to building cultures of peace around the world--both locally and globally."  Information Listowners: Joanie Connors <jconnors@comp.uark.edu>, Cesar Gayoso<cgayoso@yahoo.com>. To Post a message, send it to:   ippn@eGroups.com .  To subscribe, send a blank message to: ippn-subscribe@eGroups.com and to unsubscribe : ippn-unsubscribe@egroups.com .  If you would like to learn more about the ippn group, please visit http://www.egroups.com/group/ippn

Invitation to the Campaign for Equity-Restorative Justice ( CERJ) List

This new listserv has been created for the NYC Dispute Resolution Community.  It provides those interested in Dispute Resolution practice and theory in New York City with an opportunity to share concerns and information.  Organization:  John Jay College of Criminal Justice, City University of New York.  Subscription procedure:  Click on to link at the base of the website.  CONTACT:  Maria R. Volpe, Ph.D., John Jay College of Criminal Justice – CUNY, 899 Tenth Avenue, Suite 520, New York, New York 10019, USA. T: 1-212-237 8693, F: 1-212-237 8646; Email: mvolpe@jjay.cuny.edu, Website: http://johnjay.jjay.cuny.edu/dispute/

IPCRI Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information News and Analysis from Gershon Baskin and Zakaria al Qaq - see: http://www.ipcri.org .  Subscribe by sending an email to IPCRI-ELIST-subscribe@yahoogroups.com .  If you would like to learn more about the IPCRI-ELIST group, please visit http://groups.yahoo.com/group/IPCRI-ELIST

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)A Manitoba Culture of Peace Program and Peace Education email listserver has been set up to facilitate communications with respect to peace education for a Culture of Peace in Manitoba, Canada.  Plans for the Annual Manitoba Conference on Peace Education will be discussed continuously on the listserve.  If anyone would like to participate in the Initiative, discussion and developments, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to ManitobaPeaceEducation-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to ManitobaPeaceEducation-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ManitobaPeaceEducation  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the ManitobaPeaceEducation web site, once registered. Join us on the email listserver for the next round of discussion on peace education for a Culture of Peace in Manitoba.  YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE FOLLOWING ICON TO JOIN:

Click to join ManitobaPeaceEducation

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Nonviolent Peaceforce e-mail newsletter (in Spanish, French and English) for our supporters throughout the world.  You can get on the list it by sending a request via e-mail to info@nonviolentpeaceforce.org.  Or you can read it on our Peace Force News page

The Non-violence Web list server.  Subscribe at  http://www.nonviolence.org/board/subscrib.htm

Nuclear abolition and related public email lists with contact information go to http://www.pgs.ca/pages/a2/nalists.htm .  Ross Wilcock is a retired physician who is running http://www.pgs.ca and the web site for Physicians for Global Survival.

The PEACEBUILD listserv has combined with the Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee. The combined list will focus on peacebuilding practice and theory, with particular emphasis on Canadian participants.  To subscribe send an email to Rex Brynen, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, McGill University, 855 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal (Quebec)  H3A 2T7; phone: (514) 398-5075 (office); fax:   (514) 695-5474 (home); email: cyr6@musica.mcgill.ca ; homepage: http://www.arts.mcgill.ca/programs/polisci/faculty/rexb.html
PRRN/PDIN/UNSCO websites: http://www.arts.mcgill.ca/MEPP/mepp.html 

PeaceBuilder Rotarians Email Listserver

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)The Peace Cafe listserv - a place for people to discuss our goal of creating Community Centers for Teaching Peace and Peace Cafes across Canada and around the world.  Sponsored by Canadian Centres for Teaching Peace.   YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE FOLLOWING ICON TO JOIN:

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Peace-Ed discussion list- The list has been created for sharing and exploring ways in which peace can be developed through experiential education (learning by doing). It is anticipated that the list will be of interest to people from a wide variety of backgrounds, countries and cultures who have a common interest in contributing to peace through innovative, experiential education.
To learn more or to join the list, go to:
http://www.wilderdom.com/PeaceExperientialEducation.htm

Peaceful Parenting Newsletter

The PEACEMAKERS discussion forum is a place for people to discuss ways of promoting peace in situations of conflict and violence. You can link to it either as an e-mail mailing list or as a BBS echo conference.  You can find out more about it from the following Web page:
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/7734/peace.htm   If you are interested in joining the PEACEMAKERS discussion forum, here's how to join if you have e-mail:  Send an e-mail message to listserv@fmlynet.planetc.com  ; The body of the message must contain the following on the first line      CONNECT FAMILY.PEACEMAKERS    If you have difficulty in connecting, please e-mail the administrator of the list server, Bob Hoffman, at bob.hoffman@fmlynet.org

The Peace Education Commission of the International Peace Research Association maintains a listserv that allows peace educators at various levels (pre-school, primary school, secondary school, higher education) as well as in on-formal community education to communicate ideas.  If you would like to subscribe to this listserv, send a message  to  listserv@csd.uwm.edu  and in the body of the message write: subscribe pec your name   Put nothing else in the message.    If you want to communicate with other peace educators from all around the world, send a message to:   pec@csd.uwm.edu .   For more information contact  Ian M. Harris, Department of Educational Policy and Community Studies, Enderis 553, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, P.O. Box 413, Mil. WI 53208 USA, (Phone)1+(414) 229-2326   (Fax) 1+ (414) 229-3700, e-mail:  imh@uwm.edu  Web site http://www.uwm.edu/~imh

NEW PEACE EDUCATION LISTSERVE - As an observation of the International Year for a Culture of Peace and a contribution to the Decade for a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence for the Children of the World, we all must become active advocates of education for peace.  Please join the Hague Appeal's Global Campaign for Peace Education.  The first step in becoming involved in the peace education network is to join our Peace Education listserve.  The listserve is intended to be a forum for educators, members of civil society and individuals interested in peace education to share ideas and resources and network with others interested in promoting peace education.  To subscribe, send an email to HAP-PE-subscribe@topica.com.  To learn more about the campaign, visit http://www.ipb.org.   Also, be sure to check out the new HAP website: http://www.haguepeace.org.

The International Peace Bureau wishes to introduce a new Peace Education Email News Service. The idea is to reach out to endorsers and interested parties to the Global Campaign for Peace Education, to forward campaign information, and to build an active and dynamic peace education network over the web. Messages will normally be short but fairly frequent. The service should work as a helpful tool for endorsers and others who are working with peace education in various ways. It will focus especially on advocacy activities, where there are specific strategies and tactics to advance the Campaign and to promote peace education as part of the curriculum in all regions of the world.  We encourage you to send us information on your peace education activities, success stories, conferences, and events, so that we may profile your work in the email news service. Please address all correspondence to Nina Zebergs. In that way the information will be shared with others involved in the Global Campaign. The Email News Service will introduce new resources such as teacher training manuals and other specially valuable materials. We also wish to highlight youth activities and the special youth section of the Peace Education Campaign (see http://youth.haguepeace.org).

PPC Peacekeeping News - Les nouvelles du maintien de la paix current news clippings/abstracts about peace and conflict around the world are taken from electronic newspapers from around the world and from the United Nations home page.  The mission of The Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Peacekeeping Centre is to support and enhance the Canadian contribution to international peace, security, and stability through the provision of quality research, education and training in all aspects of peacekeeping.  You will find information on The Lester B. Pearson Canadian International Peacekeeping training Centre at the following address : http://www.cdnpeacekeeping.ns.ca .   For further information or comments, and to subscribe to the PPC Peacekeeping News, please email the Editor at: srobicha@ppc.cdnpeacekeeping.ns.ca.

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes) PeacePsych is a moderated discussion list for those interested in peace psychology owned by the Society for the Study of Peace, Conflict, and Violence: Peace Psychology Division of the American Psychological Association and hosted by Webster University, St. Louis, Missouri.  LIST Moderator: Linda M. Woolf, woolflm@webster.edu .  Commands: To send a message to the list, address your message to peacepsych@lists.webster.edu .  To subscribe: Send a message to majordomo@lists.webster.edu, and in the body of the message, include the words "subscribe peacepsych".  For more information, see http://www.webster.edu/peacepsychology/peacelistservpage.html

  WOMEN'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR PEACE AND FREEDOM's PEACEWOMEN E-NEWS - The PeaceWomen is a project of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Please visit us at http://www.peacewomen.orgPrevious 1325 PeaceWomen E-news can be found on-line at http://www.peacewomen.org/news/1325News/1325ENewsindex.html  At this time the Newsletter is only available in English. The PeaceWomen Team hopes to translate the Newsletter into French and Spanish in the future. If you would not like to receive the English News Letter but would like to be placed on a list when translation is possible please write to 1325news@peacewomen.org .  To unsubscribe from the 1325 PeaceWomen News, reply to this email with "unsubscribe" as subject heading.  Questions, concerns and comments can be sent to 1325news@peacewomen.org . 1325 news and other submissions should be directed to 1325news@peacewomen.org 

Peacezine would like to invite you to our new ezboard discussion . This board will allow you  to talk peace , make friends and share opinions. We hope that you enjoy using it and visit  often. Feel free to begin your own categories or suggest some that you would like to see.  It is a very user-friendly forum and allows you access to other ezboard forums on the net.  You can sign on giving as much ,or as little information about yourself as you choose. To join in just visit http://pub37.ezboard.com/bpeacezine .  Glenn Sheppard, editor, Peacezine

NEWBUTTONPINK.GIF (519 bytes)A Quebec Culture of Peace Program and Peace Education email listserver has been set up to facilitate communications with respect to peace education for a Culture of Peace in Quebec, Canada.  Plans for the Annual Quebec Conference on Peace Education will be discussed continuously on the listserve.  If anyone would like to participate in the Initiative, discussion and developments, then from the email account they wish to have on the listserve, send an empty letter to quebecpeaceeducation-subscribe@yahoogroups.com . Once sent, then Yahoo will send a welcome letter, and ask that you confirm that you wish to join the listserve.  The confirmation is simply to hit the reply button and send the welcome letter right back to Yahoo.  If you change your mind and decide not to join after all, then simply do  not reply, or you can send an empty letter to quebecpeaceeducation-unsubscribe@yahoogroups.com .  For more information, visit the webpage at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/quebecpeaceeducation  .  If you have any problems, contact the list moderator Bob Stewart at stewartr [at] peace.ca .  You can also read past correspondence on the quebecpeaceeducation web site, once registered. Join us on the email listserver for the next round of discussion on peace education for a Culture of Peace in Quebec.  Les conférences provincials sur l’enseignement pour la paix ( http://www.peace.ca/conference2002summary.htm ) sont une des priorités majeures du Plan d’action canadien de l’enseignement pour la paix. &#274;tant donné que l’éducation est un mandat provincial, nous devons engager le gouvernement et les ministères de l’éducation. Les éducateurs s’entendent pour affirmer qu’on ne peut pas mener à bien une culture de paix et non violence si on ne l’intègre pas dans toutes les domaines de l’éducation; y compris l’éducation non traditionnelle. Je vous invite tous à participer à ce nouveau forum sur courriel afin de favoriser la discussion, élargir le réseau et propager l’information, tout en respectant l’éducation au Québec et en favorisant les conférences annuelles. J’espère que vous nous rejoindrez à ce forum pour la construction de la paix, en liason avec le plan d’action pour l’éducation canadienne a la paix.   YOU CAN NOW CLICK THE FOLLOWING ICON TO JOIN:

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The U.S. Institute of Peace has initiated a new email notification service called "Pingme."  This listserv will inform subscribers of upcoming Institute events, new  publications, and major new activities.  To subscribe, send an email to listserver@usip.org.  Leave the subject line blank, and in the body of the message type:  subscribe pingme <your email address>.  We anticipate sending no more than 4-6 email announcements per month.  For further information on this event, please visit our website at http://www.usip.org

The Victoria Peace Centre (VPC) has been front and foremost in peace actions in Victoria for twenty years. Formerly called the Greater Victoria Disarmament Group, it initiated the annual Peace Walk, now broadened to Peace, Earth and Justice, the longest continuing walk in Canada, since 1982. Over the years the Peace Centre has had a resource centre, published leaflets, newsletters and information packets, we've organized many workshops, forums and other public events. The Peace Centre is the primary sponsor of the Peace, Earth & Justice News, http://pej.ca-- see below.  Web site http://vicpeace.ca/ ; email centre@vicpeace.ca ; Canada 250.592-8307; Box 8307, Victoria BC, V8W 3R9


 

The Peace, Earth & Justice News is a free email news service that provides news, opinion and analysis of peace, environment (earth) and justice issues. Stay informed with postings often days, weeks and months ahead of the mainstream media, and often never covered in the mass market. You choose the amount of email you want, by selecting your issues and regions.  Web site http://pej.ca ; email  info@pej.ca ; Canada 250.592-8307 phone; Box 8307, Victoria BC, V8W 3R9

Truthout - the best alternate media that I subscribe to.  Click to SUBSCRIBE -> join-three-to@lists.truthout.org
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New email listserver on Women, Peace and Security.  A Canadian Joint NGO-Government Committee on Women, Peace and Security has recently been formed, chaired by Senator Lois Wilson.  At its first meeting on Oct 3, 2001, the committee decided to institute a listserve.  The purpose of the listserve is two-fold:  (1) to facilitate the circulation of information on issues, events and resources relating to women, peace and security; and (2) to facilitate communication and planning among members of the Canadian Joint Committee.  The Women, Peace and Security listserve is open to Canadian NGOs, institutes, civil society, parliamentarians and government. If you would like to subscribe to the listserve, please contact me at cpcc@web.ca.  Janet L. Durno, Coordinator/Coordonnatrice, Canadian Peacebuilding Coordinating Committee, Comité coordonnateur canadien pour la consolidation de la paix, 1, rue Nicholas Street, #510, Ottawa, Ontario K1N 7B7, Canada, Tél:  (613) 241-3446  Fax/Téléc:  (613) 241-5302; Courrier électronique/E-mail:  cpcc@web.ca ; Internet:  www.cpcc.ottawa.on.ca

 

 




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