Organizacje Międzynarodowe VII Pokój i bezpieczeństwo międzynarodowe w działalności INGOs:
Charakterystyka przedmiotowego zakresu działalności INGOs
a) Peace Brigades : http://www.peacebrigades.org/
„PBI is an international NGO that has been promoting nonviolence and protecting human rights since 1981. Our work is based on the principles of non-partisanship and non-interference in the internal affairs of the organisations we accompany. We believe that lasting transformation of conflicts cannot be imposed from outside, but must be based on the capacity and desires of local people. Therefore we do not take part in the work of the organisations we accompany. Rather our role is to open political space and provide moral support for local activists to carry out their work without fear of repression. Our unique access to information and our objectivity increases our credibility with all parties to the conflict and gives us access to authorities nationally and internationally.”
=is an NGO, founded in 1981, which "protects human rights and promotes nonviolent transformation of conflicts". It primarily does this by sending volunteers to accompany human rights defenders whose lives are at risk in areas of conflict and to provide training in conflict resolution. They only set up operations in a new country upon the invitation of a local organization. PBI is a team-based organization that uses consensus decision making. Volunteers live, strategize, draft reports, and travel together. Prior to acceptance, each applicant's teamwork abilities are reviewed and judged. Every three years, a meeting is held, attended by members from across the organization, to analyze and modify the direction of each country's program.
b) Institute of World Affairs : http://www.iwa.org/
„Founded in 1924, IWA is a not-for-profit, non-governmental organization working across cultural and political boundaries to advance creative approaches to conflict analysis, conflict management, and post-conflict peace-building. Since its founding, the Institute of World Affairs (IWA) has been actively engaged in studying the sources of conflict in the international arena and in developing approaches to conflict management that attempt to address root causes. IWA's efforts focus on critical issues in access, participation, rule of law, and security along a pre- to post-conflict continuum. Distance Education: content and technology - Web-based courses and professional development programs on a range of topics from conflict analysis and mediation to inter-agency processes in decision-making. Professional Development and Policy Analysis - Professional development workshops for the international diplomatic and security communities on conflict analysis, negotiation, peacebuilding. The Institute sponsors roundtable discussions and publishes occasional monographs on contemporary issues in world affairs.
… reducing the danger of armed conflict and to seek solutions to global security threats. It was founded in 1957 by Joseph Rotblat and Bertrand Russell in Pugwash, Nova Scotia, Canada, following the release of the Russell-Einstein Manifesto in 1955.
Rotblat and Russell jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1995 for efforts on nuclear disarmament. International Student/Young Pugwash groups have existed since…
…, and against imperialism. = is an anti-imperialist, non-aligned international peace movement. As an non-governmental organization (NGO) member of the United Nations, the WPC cooperates with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), International…
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