The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is a professional organization enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution. ACR is the nation’s largest professional association for mediators, arbitrators, educators and other conflict resolution practitioners. ACR works in a wide range of settings throughout the United States and around the world.
Website for CEIP, a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing cooperation between nations and promoting active international engagement by the United States. Content includes comment, analysis, and research sections.
The Center supports scientific research and quantitative analysis in many issue areas related to the fundamental problems of violence in both human relations and societal development.Affiliated with the Center for Global Policy at George Mason University.
This site is a free service, funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation. As a "linking" site, our staff of editors maintains a keyword-coded catalog of over 20,000 web, print, and organizational resources, as well as event listings and other conflict resolution-related resources.
Human Rights Education Associates (HREA) is an international non-governmental organization that supports human rights learning, the training of activists and professionals, the development of educational materials and programming, and community-building through online technologies.
Free professional networking site to foster dialogue and sharing of resources in international development, conflict resolution, gender mainstreaming, human rights, social entrepreneurship and related fields.
A web-based resource at Wayne State University developed by Bill Warters that includes syllabi, course planning tips, lists of resources, etc. for integrating peace and conflict resolution into teaching.
Website for the U.N. Office of the High Commission for Human Rights which is a department of the United Nations Secretariat, mandated to promote and protect the enjoyment and full realization, by all people, of all rights established in the charter of the United Nations and in international human rights laws and treaties.
The United States Institute of Peace works to prevent, mitigate, and resolve violent conflict around the world. USIP does this by engaging directly in conflict zones and by providing analysis, education, and resources to those working for peace. Created by Congress in 1984 as an independent, nonpartisan, federally-funded organization, USIP’s more than 300 staff work at the Institute’s D.C. headquarters and on the ground in the world’s most dangerous regions.