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ANTIWAR ORGANIZATIONS

  UK campaign sites
 
Active Resistance to the Roots of War
A nonviolent direct action affinity group set up in September 1990. Holds weekly vigils outside the Foreign Office calling for the end of economic sanctions on Iraq.


Bare Witness
Non-affiliated group that holds naked anti-war protests.


Campaign Against the Arms Trade
Group working for the reduction and ultimate abolition of the international arms trade.


Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament
A non-violent campaign group working to eliminate nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction.


Campaign for the Accountability of American Bases
Campaign raises public awareness, scrutiny and accountability of American bases in the UK and opposes weapons of mass destruction.


 
 
Iraq Body Count
Project attempting to establish an independent and comprehensive public database of civilian deaths in Iraq resulting directly from military actions by the USA and its allies in 2003.


 
Medical Action for Global Security
A charitable organisation of health professionals concerned with the health impacts of violent conflict, poverty and environmental degradation.


 
Network for Peace
Organisation-based network set up to continue the work of the National Peace Council, one of the oldest peace organisations in the UK.


 
Peace Pledge Union
Independent organisation, established in 1934, working towards creating a just world free from war.


Reclaim the Bases
Organises protests, direct action and civil disobedience.


Rhythms of Resistance
Activist samba band involved in anti-war protests.


Stop the War Coalition
Developed following September 11 under three slogans: stop the war, no to a racist backlash, and defend civil liberties.


 
 
  North American campaign sites
101 Ways to Stop the War on Iraq
List compiled by environmental site EarthFuture.


Americans Against Bombing
Conservative/libertarian coalition opposed to US bombing in the Middle East and Kosovo.


American Friends Service Committee
Multi-faith organisation established by the Quakers in 1917, backing peace building.


 
 
Citizens for Legitimate Government
A pro-democracy activist group established to 'expose the Bush coup d'etat'.


 
Campaign for Peace and Democracy
Campaign urging people to sign a statement opposing war on Iraq.


Code pink for peace
Group of women organising vigils for peace and calling for a campaign of civil disobedience if war begins in Iraq.


 
Duct Tape for Peace
A site urging anti-war protesters to express their views with a duct tape ribbon, duct tape bumper sticker, duct tape banner or sign, or by posting a strip or roll of duct tape to George Bush.


Education for Peace in Iraq
Organisation dedicated to improving humanitarian conditions in Iraq and defending the human rights of the Iraqi people.


Food Not Bombs
Volunteer organization dedicated to nonviolence.


Fellowship of Reconciliation USA
Nonviolent interfaith group set up in 1915.


 
Michaelmoore.com
Website of the author of Stupid White Men.


MoveOn
A nationwide network of more than 600,000 online activists working to support US citizens in finding their political voice.


Not in Our Name
Group of artists and activists inspiring protest and resistance to the US government's course in the wake of September 11.


Peace Action
Grassroots peace group.


Ploughshares Fund
Group providing resources to stop the weapons of war, from nuclear arms to landmines.


September 11th families for peaceful tomorrows
An advocacy organisation founded by family members of September 11 victims, seeking effective non-violent responses to terrorism.


Sojourners
Anti-war christian ministry.


 
United for Justice and Peace
National campaign that brings together a broad range of organisations throughout the US to help coordinate protest against war on Iraq.


Veterans for Common Sense
Group of war veterans who argue they must play a key role in the public debate over national security issues.


Veterans for Peace
A nonprofit organisation dedicated to the abolition of war founded by ex-service members in 1985.


 
  Campaign sites - rest of the world
Austrian Social Forum
Austrian anti-war websites.


Cultura contra la guerra
Spanish artists against war.


Electronic Iraq
A news portal on the US-Iraq crisis published by anti-war campaigners Voices in the Wilderness and Middle East supplementary news publishers, the Electronic Intifada


Esparmieru
Latvian anti-war group whose name means I am for peace


Greenpeace - Say No War Again
Environmental pressure group's anti-war website.


Green Left Weekly
Australian magazine with anti-war stance.


JustPeace campaign
New Zealand Green party anti-war campaign.


Groupe pour une Suisse Sans Arm
The Movement for the Abolition of the Swiss Army wants to abolish the Swiss army, and replace national service with a voluntary, peaceable alternative. Also opposes war on Iraq.


Human shield mission to Iraq
Convoy of peace campaigners travelling to Baghdad to act as a human shield.


Ingen Krig mot Irak
Norwegian anti-war site.


Keinkrieg
Swiss site (in German) organising anti-war demonstrations and with links to other European anti-war sites.


International Answer (Act Now to Stop War and End Racism)
Coalition group calling for worldwide rallies against war and racism.


Irish Anti-War Movement
Anti-war movement supported by Ireland's Green and Socialist parties; also opposes US army presence in Shannon.


Innate
Irish Network for Nonviolent Action Training and Education, an umbrella group supporting people exploring nonviolent approaches to conflict issues.


Military Families Speak Out
Group of families ofmilitary servicepeople taking an anti-war stance.


No to War Against Iraq
German campaign urging people to send one Euro to a special bank account as a vote against a war in Iraq.


Not in our Name Australia
Site asking people to sign a register indicating their opposition to war.


Paremos la guerra
Spanish anti-war site.


Pax Christi
International Catholic Peace Movement with branches throughout the world.


Pax Humana
French anti-war site.


Peace and Progress
Site asking visitors to sign a peace manifesto.


Peace Plan Group
Group dedicated to searching for an apolitical, non-military resolution to the 'war on terrorism'.


Pitstop Ploughshares
Campaign for five Catholic Workers facing court for disarming a US warplane at Shannonairport Ireland and pouring human blood on the runway.


Resistance
Australian anti-war campaign


Scoop
New Zealand-based progressive alternative news site.


StopUSA
Belgian anti-war website.


Stop War Initiative
Polish group opposing war on Iraq and planning protests on the day of any attack.


Victorian Peace Network
Australian-based network of more than 60 organisations opposed to the war on Iraq.


Waging Peace
Website of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation.


War Resisters International
Movement sent up in 1921 to promote nonviolent action against the causes of war.


Why War
Group trying to organize, inform, and motivate Americans to question and evaluate the 'war on terrorism'.


Women in black
International peace network that holds silent vigils to protest war and human rights abuses.
Women in Black UK


Women's International League for Peace
Women campaigning for peace since the early 1900's.


World Socialist Website
Internet centre of the International Committee of the Fourth International, which opposes war on Iraq, and more generally the capitalist market system.


  Anti-war weblogs
Disturbing trends

HeadBlast

Stand Down

TheQFactor

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