List/Grid International Network for Peace

The International Network for Peace is a project that grew out of Peaceful Tomorrows’ groundbreaking international conference “Civilian Casualties, Civilian Solutions,” which took place on September 11, 2006, the five-year anniversary of 9/11. The seeds planted at that conference have grown into a truly international network of organizations from 17 different countries, formed by survivors of political violence to promote justice, reconciliation and genuine peace.

In the weeks following, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows brought conference participants to speak at several public events at American universities. The response was overwhelming. Educators and students of international affairs were extremely grateful to learn about the successful models of non-violent conflict resolution that are occurring all over the world.

Peaceful Tomorrows continues in its commitment to help the International Network to grow, with programs that bring the successful work of INP member organizations to wider American and international audiences. We encourage you to view the International Network for Peace website.

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After 6 Years: INP Chair, Jo Berry, Reports

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It is now 6 years since I attended the amazing conference ‘Civilian Causalities Civilian Solutions’, organised by PT and we started the INP network. It has been an extraordinary 6… Read more »

Escalation of Violence in Gaza and Southern Israel

The Members of September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows are immensely saddened by the recent escalation of violence in Gaza and southern Israel.  We are deeply concerned about the safety… Read more »

A Letter to Dresden

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Dear Matthias, September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is pleased to support the Interessengemeinschaft 13 Februar 1945 members’ request for the naming of a square or a street in the neighborhood of… Read more »

Iraqi Nonviolence Activists Denounce “Barbaric Attack” on Church

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Peaceful Protests in Iraq Celebrate the Nation as a Mosaic of Many Faiths

The 4th Annual Week of Nonviolence is underway in Iraq!

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October 12th, 2010 Activists from the Iraqi Nonviolence Movement, La’Onf, are engaged in actions across Iraq to denounce the political stalemate that has left their nation without a legitimate government…. Read more »

Hiroshima, Nagasaki, 9/11, and America’s failure in Iraq and Afghanistan

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by Bruce Wallace, , 121Contact We attended the Wisdom of the Survivor conference today at Pace University in New York City. It was a shared activity. Over 100 Hibakusha  (survivors… Read more »

An Open Letter to the Hibakusha and All Japanese People

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Peaceful Tomorrows is a member organization of the International Network for Peace — ed.   On this day we, the members of The International Network for Peace, honor the Hibakusha… Read more »

International Network for Peace Website

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http://www.internationalnetworkforpeace.org/ In May 2008, the International Network for Peace launched its website, announcing, “We are a global network of organizations comprised of people who lost loved ones to, or were… Read more »

Message to Virginia Tech families and friends from INP

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To the families and friends of those who were killed in the Virginia shooting, On behalf of the International Network for Peace we would like to express our deepest condolences… Read more »

Peaceful Tomorrows receives no money from 9/11 charities or disbursements. We depend entirely on individual and foundation grants to continue our work. More...

Editorial Policy: This website contains information related to the mission and goals of Peaceful Tomorrows and is intended for educational, non-commercial use. We highlight the projects undertaken by our organization, print essays and speeches made by 9/11 family members of our group, and post photo galleries which reflect the activities of our members around the world.

September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is a project of Tides Center.

 
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