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1. Greenstar, the company that transforms isolated villages 2.
The Ambassadors Magazine. 3. Peace Pilgrim. 4. Shine a Light for
Peace. 5. Thousand Crane Peace Network. 6. North Ireland Wall of
Peace. 7. Peace web site. 8. Translation service. 9. Who's Who URLs
& Information Services URL. 10. Charity Anywhere Foundation.
11.The Housmans World Peace Database.
1. Greenstar Development World-Wide Inc. is a not-for-profit company transforming small, isolated villages around the world by providing them with a carefully co-ordinated package of solar power, health and education, telecommunications and ecommerce so as to give a community the tools it needs to transform itself in order to achieve economic independence. http://www.e-greenstar.com
Greenstar has started a unique
PROGRAM to benefit organizations affiliated with Greenstar.
2. THE AMBASSADORS MAGAZINE is a global web site with interesting features and news. Perhaps you would like to take a look.
3. A PEACE PILGRIM, STEPS TOWARD INNER PEACE, and much more are on Bruce Nichols' (firstname.lastname@example.org) web site: http://www.peacepilgrim.com
4. SHINE A LIGHT FOR PEACE asks everyone to Make Every Day - One Day in Peace, with an aim to promote awareness of the importance of the individual as the primary unit of world peace; encourage individuals to take personal action to create a more peaceful world; encourage individuals to place a peace light* in their home, office, school, place of worship, etc. as a symbol of their personal commitment to creating a more peaceful world; and more. http://www.shinealight.com
5. THOUSAND CRANES PEACE NETWORK. http://rosella.apana.org.au/~mlb/hakushima/index.htm
6. THE WALL OF PEACE. Efforts by 12-year-olds in North Ireland to help bring peace.
7. Bob Silverstein's web site for PEACE 2000 and GLOBAL MEDITATIONS information is one of the best on the Internet. http://www.oneday.net/meditations.htm
8. NOTE FROM BARBARA: I use this free Internet TRANSLATION service, and, although the translations aren't 'perfect', they are satisfactory. http://babelfish.altavista.com/translate.dyn
9. WHO'S WHO FOR WORLD PEACE
WHO'S WHO (Community Level)
INFORMATION RESOURCES (World Level)
10. CHARITY ANYWHERE FOUNDATION lists upcoming projects on its web site, http://www.charityanywhere.org
11. THE HOUSMANS WORLD PEACE DATABASE has more than 3000 listings of national and international peace organisations in over 170 countries. It is available in print or on a computer disc. Also available is The World Peace Directory in the annual Housmans Peace Diary, which generally has room for around 1900 entries. The main database is updated four times a year, and the Diary is updated annually. Contact: Albert Beale, email@example.com; Tel: +44-20-7278 4474 Fax: +44-20-7278 0444; Housmans Peace Resource Project, 5 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, London N1, UK 995R7
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