The Goldin Institute works to build grassroots partnerships for global change. They help communities achieve their goals in the areas of poverty alleviation, environmental sustainability, women’s leadership, and conflict resolution. Through a combination of initiatives, the Institute promotes innovative, community-driven partnerships between various stakeholders and sectors of civil society.
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The African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) is a civil society organization working throughout Africa to bring creative solutions to conflict. ACCORD influences political developments by bringing dialogue and institutional development as alternatives to armed violence and protracted conflict.
22nd Working Group on Indigenous Populations Tackles Conflict Resolution, Indigenous Participation I
During the 22nd United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations, representatives of indigenous communities gathered in Geneva to discuss how best to address violence and conflict in order to preserve their survival.
The following Toolkit helps to promote human rights, nondiscrimination and peaceful conflict resolution within non-formal education programs for children, such as summer camps or after school activities. The Toolkit helps to reinforce the positive values that derive from the fundamental principles of human dignity and equality contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
This program explored the ethical dilemmas that occur when human rights ideals confront realities on the ground. Through meetings, seminars, and workshops, the project looked for ways to define the parameters of this broad, interdisciplinary area of study.
This manual discusses strategies for embarking on the path of peace by applying nonviolent approaches to resolving issues and conflict. It presents an overview of nonviolent action, including accessible explanations of theories, methods, dynamics, and mechanisms.