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Peace Studies

  • The War Prayer
    By Mark Twain.

  • Wage Peace All we are saying is "Give Peace a Chance"

  • Map of the World

    Other maps of countries, regions, political and geographic importance are at the University of Texas.

    The American Peace Movement

    Forward and Backward from the '60's

  • The '60's
    Hippy is an establishment labelfor a profound, invisible, underground, evolutionary process. For every visible hippy, barefoot, beflowered, beaded, there are a thousand invisible members of the turned-on underground. Persons whose lives are tuned in to their inner vision, who are dropping out of the TV comedy of American Life.
    Timothy Leary (The Politics of Ecstasy)

  • Wavy Gravy
    A Taste of the '60's.

  • The Free Speech Movement
    This comprehensive site is from the Berkeley - the home of the free speech movement.

  • Vietnam Internet War Project
    "No 'healing', no apologies, no memorials, nothing can possibly compensate for the damage done and the pain inflicted....The only thing we can possibly do, twenty years too late, is to try and tell the truth."
    Eric Bergerud

  • Civil Rights and the Anti-War Movement
    Protest Songs in the '60's.
    "We shall overcome...
    We shall overcome...
    We shall overcome someday...
    Oh, deep in my heart I do believe that we shall overcome someday..."

  • The Non-Violence Web
    "In trying to understand the philosophy of nonviolence, it is important to keep in mind there is no living, vital philosphy which does not have "holes" in it. Nonviolence does not answer all questions. It is filled with contradictions. Nonviolence is many things, but if it is not a search for truth - a search that is never ended - it will fail."

  • Resources for Peace
    The Resources for Peace Web Page offers access to resources on alternatives to violence, war and peace, and international issues. With over 200 links to peace studies groups, nonviolence groups, human rights groups, and publications, this page has become a resource for all who seek a world without violence. Here you will also find a thought-provoking essay on war, peace, and nonviolence; a list of excellent films on war and peace; and a featured book on these issues. More than 100 organizations have honored this page by recommending it on their Web sites.

    The Middle East Conflict:
    Can Arabs and Jews Make Peace?

  • Amnesty International Report on Israel and the Occupied Territories

  • Human Rights in the Mid_East

  • The Ancient Near East

  • Islam
    That which you have been given is but a fleeting comfort of this life. Better and more enduring is that which Allah has for those who believe and put their trust in Him; who avoid gross sins and indecencies and, when angered, are willing to forgive; who obey their Lord, attend to their prayers, and conduct their affairs by mutual consent; who bestow in alms a part of that which We have given them and, when oppressed, seek to redress their wrongs.
    [Al-Qur'an, Sura: 42 (Ash-Shura), Ayat: 36-39]

    Amnesty International:

    The Quest for Human Rights

  • Amnesty International

  • International Report 2001 - Amnesty International

  • Amnesty USA

  • Amnesty USA Issues

  • Direct Action
    Some people protest for peace by marching. Others use violence. But one angry activist has taken a different approach -- stealing a Chagall and demanding a Mideast peace agreement in exchange for its safe return. Arab Culture Guide Patrick Lyons reports.

  • International Topics and Issues: The US State Department The US State Department has released the 1997 version of country human rights practices reports for 194 countries around the world.

    The United Nations

  • UN Declaration of Human Rights

  • The United Nations Cyber Schoolbus

  • Declaration of Global Ethic

  • United Nations Documentation Research Guide--Special Topics: Human Rights

    The Dag Hammarskjold Library of the United Nations has begun to add Special Topics Guides to its Research Guide Site. The first pertains to human rights and contains annotated pointers to UN resources from two charter-based bodies and six treaty-based bodies. These sections contain pointers to the bodies themselves, and to bibliographic information and selected full texts of the reports of those bodies. In addition, there is bibliographic information on relevant conference proceedings and declarations, as well as a bibliography of general UN human rights literature.

  • Physicians For Global Survival-Canada

    China, Tibet and the Dalai Lama

    "For as long as space endures
    And for as long as living beings remain
    Until then, may I too abide
    To dispel the misery of the world"
    The Dalai Lama

  • Tibet
    The Tibet web site - includes information abou the history, culture and travel.

  • The Dalai Lama
    This Internet site is dedicated to creating awareness of the life and work of His Holiness Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet and has been created under the auspicies of the Office of Tibet and the Tibetan Government-in-Exile.

  • The Official Tibet Government in Exile

  • Human Rights in Tibet
    Human Rights Watch covers not only Tibet and China, but all human rights violations. This is a comprehensive site that covers issues involving violations of all human rights.

  • Tibet Information Network
    News of Tibet.

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