Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, based at the University of Notre Dame, is one of the world’s leading centers for the study of the causes of violent conflict and strategies for sustainable peace. Kroc Institute faculty and fellows conduct interdisciplinary research on a wide range of topics related to peace and justice.
Roshie Bernie Glassman heads the Massachusetts-based Zen Peacemakers. Contact through assistant Rami.
Claude AnShin Thomas is an author, peace activist, Zen monk and Vietnam veteran. In 1994, he founded the Zaltho Foundation, a spiritually based nonprofit committed to ending violence. The foundation, which is based in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., offers mindfulness meditation retreats to veterans and their families to help them deal with the emotional, psychological and […]
The Buddhist Peace Fellowship works for peace from diverse Buddhist perspectives. It’s based in Berkeley, Calif. Dawn Haney and Katie Loncke are co-directors.
Muslim Peace Fellowship was founded in 1994 as one of the first Muslim organizations specifically devoted to the theory and practice of Islamic nonviolence. Contact through the form on the group’s website.
The Episcopal Peace Fellowship began in the early days of World War II and continues to speak out against war in the Episcopal community.
The Pentecostals & Charismatics for Peace & Justice, formerly the Pentecostal Charismatic Peace Fellowship, opposes war in the Pentecostal and Charismatic Christian communities. Contact administrator Natasha Rubin.
The Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America is the largest network of Baptist peacemakers in the world. Contact information manager Allison Paksoy.
The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship started in the 1940s as a group that provided support to conscientious objectors to World War II and continue to speak out against war. Rick Ufford-Chase is the executive director.