The purpose of the journal is to promote a culture of peace and stability by facilitating the exchange of ideas and expertise within the conflict resolution community on the continent of Africa and to contribute to developing African methods of preventing, managing, and resolving conflict on the continent.
Provides information for scholars, practitioners & activists of justice around the globe who seek to explore new models & demonstration projects of justice that have applicability to social systems from the local to the international level.
The journal's mission is to provide rigorous analysis and balanced commentary on the roles of religion in public life worldwide. Print in library collection. Articles in Academic Search Premier are linked to full text.
A quarterly publication of the Brethren in Christ Church. Its mission is to educate and stimulate Christ-like responses to the needs of society by providing biblical, theological, sociological, denominational and personal perspectives on a variety of contemporary issues.
The Life & Peace Institute (LPI) is an international and ecumenical centre that supports and promotes nonviolent approaches to conflict transformation through a combination of research and action that entails the strengthening of existing local capacities and enhancing the preconditions for building peace. Based in Sweden, Life & Peace works in several East African countries.
A quarterly print magazine of interest to friends of Indigenous Relations, published by Mennonite Church Canada Witness. Subscription is $20/year. Print copies of recent issues are in the AMBS Library News Corner. Back issue are at the Mennonite Historical Library.
This MC Canada agency seeks to help Mennonites "grow in their awareness of host peoples and nurture justice-based friendships." Numerous resources are linked on the agency website. Publishes Intotemak.