International Institute of Peace Studies and Global Philosophy (IIPSGP)
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Founded 1990, arising out of a feasibility study investigating the possibility of creating a Peace Studies Institute in the University of London, and subsequent years of active educational research, networking and consultancy, when everyone interested in advancing peace research in London (UK) and internationally were invited to join. Took over activities of U-XG4640 - International Institute for Peace and Global Responsibility and U-XU1829 - International Philosophers for Peace and Global Responsibility. Has built on the work of G-XG3270 - European Philosophers for Peace.
Advance comprehensive study and research into the possibilities for conflict resolution and transformation; focus in particular on linking practical work in mediation and conflict resolution with philosophical and theoretical research, with special attention to the diversity of philosophical and spiritual traditions; provide access to a network of research and information on peace and global education activities worldwide; act as support structure and information clearinghouse to empower individuals to develop their own research and action projects in the field of peace and global ethics.
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Advisory Council; Secretariat. Includes: G-XN8477 - Association of Spiritual Academies International (ASAI); G-XG9259 - Balkan Centre for Peace and Culture; Centre for Peace Policy Research (CEPPR); Centre for the Periodic Table of the World's Religious and Philosophical Traditions; Centre for Transpersonal History; Commonwealth Interfaith Network; Ecumenical School of Peace Theology; G-XG3270 - European Philosophers for Peace; European Union Mediation Service (EUMS); Forest Garden; G-XG9260 - Global Green University (GGU); Historians for Peace and Justice; Multifaith and Multicultural Education and Mediation Services; Order of Wandering Poets for Peace; Pagan Academic Network; School of Nonviolence; Truth and Reconciliation Commission for Britain and Ireland; Truth and Reconciliation Commission for the Middle East.
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