International Network of Museums for Peace (INMP)
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1992-09 Bradford UK
Founded Sep 1992, Bradford (UK), as International Network of Peace Museums, at International Conference, called jointly by Bradford University Department of Peace Studies and G-XG1851 - Give Peace a Chance Trust (GPAC Trust). Up until 2005, largely an informal and loose network. Current title adopted, 2005, Gernika (Spain). Formally registered in accordance with Dutch law as a foundation, 2009.
Provide information exchange for peace museums; facilitate their cooperation, including exchange or coproduction of exhibitions; provide a resource for individuals, groups and organizations intending to establish a peace museum, or produce peace exhibitions; assist museums in becoming more professional and effective; promote peace museums as effective instruments of peace education and for developing a culture of peace.
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