Networks and organizations for Peace

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Abolition 2000: A Global Network to Eliminate Nuclear Weapons is a dynamic international citizen's movement that calls for conclusion by the year 2000 of negotiations on a treaty to eliminate nuclear weapons within a time-bound framework. Over 1,000 organizations in 76 countries have now signed it and are actively working in ten working groups to accomplish eleven points listed in the Abolition 2000 Statement that has become the founding document of the Abolition 2000 Network.
Monde Diplomatique Le Monde diplomatique  
French monthly magazine giving  reflexion and information about  international situation, society and cultural facts. 
APC APC : Association for Progressive Communications 
The Association for Progressive Communications (APC) is a global network of networks whose mission is to empower and support organisations, social movements and individuals through the use of information and communication technologies to build strategic communities and initiatives for the purpose of making meaningful contributions to human development, social justice, participatory democracies and sustainable societies.
IGC IGC : Institute for Global Communication 
IGC is the U.S. member of the APC. The mission of IGC is to advance and inform movements for peace, economic and social justice, human rights and environmental sustainability around the world by promoting strategic use of appropriate computer networking technology.
WCP World Court Project  
The WCP is part of ABOLITION 2000, a global network to abolish nuclear weapons. It is an international citizen's network which is working to publicise and have implemented the 8 july 1996 Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice which could find no lawful circumstance for th threat of nuclear weapons
Mother in Earth Mother in Earth  
is part of ABOLITION 2000. 
ONU Organisation des Nations Unies 
L'Organisation des Nations Unies publie sur son site toutes les déclarations et activités qu'elle réalise. Bonne source d'information pour le combat pour la paix.
l'Observatoire de la mondialisation rassemble un groupe de 17 économistes, chercheurs, journalistes, responsables syndicaux et associatifs, engagés dans le suivi critique de la mondialisation de l'économie. 


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