Peacemakers Trust . . . creating pathways toward dialogue and reconciliation
through research and education on conflict transformation and peacebuilding.
What is "peacebuilding"?
The International Crime of Enforced Disappearance: Current and forthcoming work in 2023
See our latest publications:
"Unforgotten on the Day of the Disappeared: Missing Human Rights Advocates" (30 August 2023)
"The Disappeared: Indigenous Peoples and the international crime of enforced disappearances" (20 March 2023)
"Giving Peace a Chance: Pushing Back on a Chilling Russian Censorship Law" (May 2023)
"Canada Stakes Out Its Bid for Election to the UN Human Rights Council" (July 2023)
Tools for evaluating the news in a "post-truth" or "fog of war" environments.
OUR RESOURCES: Bibliography, definitions in the field of conflict transformation, and a directory of education programs
Nonviolent Civil Resistance: Practical Guides and Manuals. The right to peaceful protest around the world.
Peacemakers Trust is a Canadian charitable organization for research and education on conflict resolution and peacebuilding with an internationally acclaimed bibliography in conflict resolution and peacebuilding. Other resources on peacemaking: conflict resolution, conflict transformation, dispute resolution, alternative dispute resolution, alternate dispute resolution, conflict, conflict management, ADR, mediation, conciliation, reconciliation, consensus building, peacemaking, peacebuilding, good governance, research, education, human rights