List/Grid Afghanistan

In January 2002 four people who would soon become founding members of Peaceful Tomorrows traveled to Afghanistan to witness the consequences of U.S. military intervention, to express concern about the devastation of civilian casualties and to draw attention to the prospect that this war would increase terrorist recruitment. Peaceful Tomorrows members have continued to travel to Afghanistan, to speak out against war and violence in Afghanistan, and to build friendship and collaboration with civil society organizations in Afghanistan and elsewhere in support of peace for the women, men and children of Afghanistan. Peaceful Tomorrows works for an end to foreign military action and foreign military funding in Afghanistan, for a ceasefire and negotiated path forward, and for nonviolent and inclusive rebuilding and healing for Afghan society.

Our Statement On The Situation In Afghanistan

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The Peaceful Tomorrows community is profoundly distressed by the uncertain future awaiting the people of Afghanistan. We came together in the wake of losing loved ones in the violent attack… Read more »

ON JUNE 19: Seeking Peace In Afghanistan

Seeking Pease in Afghanistan

We are pleased to announce the addition of “Seeking Peace in Afghanistan” to September Eleventh Families for Peaceful Tomorrows’ 2021 webinar series. Afghan panelists will speak with us from Kabul… Read more »

Afghanistan Primer (2008)

Afghanistan: Ending a Failed Military Strategy – A Primer for Peace Activists – We present this as a resource to our colleagues in the US peace community. We hope this… Read more »

Afghanistan: Ending a Failed Military Strategy – Briefing Paper (2008)

A Briefing Paper by September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows – Following the tragic events of September 11, 2001, many in the US initially supported the war in Afghanistan because… Read more »

Afghan Portraits of Grief (2002)

The Civilian/Innocent Victims of U.S. Bombing in Afghanistan When the U.S bombed the caves of Tora Bora in search of Osama bin Laden in December 2001, nearby villages were struck… Read more »

Remote Learning Resources

Seeking Pease in Afghanistan

We have online resources to share! Students, teachers and families can explore the issues of peace, justice, reconciliation and lessons from 9/11 together. FACING TRAUMA: The Intersection of Healing and… Read more »

Toward A Peace Process For Afghanistan

New York, December 5, 2019 Let us have a beginning to a real peace process in Afghanistan.  For this to be possible, it is necessary that negotiations be resolutely widened… Read more »

Afghanistan

September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows is working to bring the issue of Afghan civilian casualties and the dire situation of Afghan civil society back into discussion within the US peace movement, the media, and the wider US society.

Italian Civil Society’s Peace-Building Mission to Kabul

September 2, 2011 Italian Civil Society’s Peace-Building Mission to Kabul Peaceful Tomorrow’s member Paul Arpaia particpated in this event View at: http://unipd-centrodirittiumani.it/en/news/Italian-Civil-societys-peace-building-mission-to-Kabul/2158 Ten years after the attacks of 11th September… Read more »

Meet with Your Congressperson

Urge Them to Oppose the War in Afghanistan/Pakistan It is easy to meet with your senators and representatives. If you don’t know how to reach them, go on the web… Read more »

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