MOST RECENT EMAIL ACTION ALERTS:
December 29, 2016 - Syria; + Refugees; + Darfur; + etc.
September 28, 2016 - Stop Arms to South Sudan; + Bangladesh Factory Fire; + etc.
May 29, 2016 - Brief Reflections on Genocide; + etc.
Archive of previous actions
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Please note: This web site is still under construction. Until it is operational, you can still review some of the earlier work done in this area:
Justice and Openness
Overall Development Principles
Basic Dialogue Principles
HISTORY, ANALYSIS AND STRATEGY ON DARFUR, SUDAN (Updated: December, 2016):The following link probes deeper than the standard script regarding the dynamics of Darfur. It follows the basic adage that the closer our perception of reality, the better our chances of a decent outcome. It peels back one layer (there are more) to better anchor our understanding and strategies for bringing an end to the suffering in Darfur and to allow the people of Darfur to determine their own future, rather than being a doormat for others' agendas.
Anchoring our Views and Actions Regarding Darfur.
PEACE, JUSTICE AND THE ISSUE OF MENTAL HEALTH (January, 2014):The topic of mental health is usually considered a medical and/or counselling issue. This essay argues that it is quite squarely a peace / justice issue. While dynamics slowly may be changing, most people feel the stigma of the label and are often marginalized. Further, war and violence can lead to mental health issues. This essay provides anchoring affirmations as it sketches the terrain and challenges that swirl around this issue in the 21st century with advances from neuroscience to epigenetics.
Peace, Justice and Mental Health
The following is an essay by Farah Jamal, who did some internship work to start to probe the current conversation on terrorism. As such it was only possible to skim the surface of issues. Her basic conclusion is that in the short-term terrorism works, and the solution is not a "war on terror." Rather the underlying causes must be identfied and addressed and that includes allowing voices with legitmate grievance to be a conversation partner among the world power brokers.
REFLECTIONS ON TERRORISM (August, 2005):
Reflections on Terrorism: Initial Survey
ANALYSIS OF IRAQ AND POSSIBLE WAR, OCTOBER, 2002:
Iraq and Possible War
REFLECTIONS ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2001, TERRORIST ATTACKS:
Within the Context of Overall Development and a more Hopeful World
RELATED WEB SITES:
Global Exchange - A comprehensive site concerning global issues.
World Accord - An innovative Canadian NGO addressing needs in developing countries.