Peace 2000 Network
1995, Iceland, on proposal of U-XF3033 - United World Foundation (UWF), to give a coherent structure to the 'Peace 2000' initiatives. Draft statutes adopted 14 Jul 1995.
Advance education of the public through research into effects of violence on television and in other media; promote non-violent behaviour through responsible use of the media; promote sustainable planetary management and the conversion of military-related resources so as to address economic and social development and relief of poverty, sickness, disablement and distress; research cause, effect and means of reducing conflict between and within states; facilitate conflict resolution with the service of neutral and non-partisan peace negotiators; promote research into efficacy and maintenance of international law and development of a 'Global Charter of Civil Society'; encourage grass roots participation towards common commitment to core values able to unite all cultural, political, religious and philosophical backgrounds.
People's Assembly of adult Peace 2000 members (convened every 2 years via electronic media) and concurrent Assembly forum; U-XK1521 - Peace 2000 Council, comprising representatives of Peace 2000 societies (meets at least annually); E-XE2614 - Peace 2000 Institute; Guardians (9 individuals, initially appointed by UWF); Secretariat, including Executive Management Board. Peace Ventures UK (a commercial company supporting the humanitarian mission).
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