FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS
National Weekend of Faith in Action on the Death Penalty
The National Weekend of Faith in Action (NWFA) is an opportunity for faith communities, interfaith groups, human rights activists, and others to examine this issue from a faith-based or values-based perspective. Set aside some time during the weekend of October 19-21 for an activity or event that focuses on this justice issue using the ideas and resources provided by Amnesty International USA as your guide.
The Foundation for Universal Responsibility of His Holiness The Dalai Lama is a not for profit, non-sectarian, non-denominational organization established with the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to His Holiness in 1989, In the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations, the Foundation brings together men and women of different faiths, professions, and nationalities, through a range of initiatives and mutually sustaining collaborations.
AGNT was co-founded in 1996 to represent the leading edge of the New Thought lineage. Its constituent member churches among Unity, Religious Science, and non- denominational New Thought spiritual communities are called forth by a deep commitment to bring the principles and practices of cocreation into the larger world. Out of a deep conviction and pure passion to give our movement a clear voice and commanding presence on the global stage, the Association for Global New Thought was born.
The KIDS FIRST! Film Festival is a program of the Coalition for Quality Children's Media is a national, nonprofit organization founded in 1991 whose mission is to teach children critical viewing skills and to increase the visibility and availability of quality children's media.
Friends of Tibet is a people's movement to keep alive the issue of Tibet through direct action. Our activities are aimed at ending China's occupation of Tibet and the suffering of the Tibetan people. Friends of Tibet supports the continued struggle of the Tibetan people for independence.
Bay Area Friends of Tibet
Bay Area Friends of Tibet educates the public about Tibet and the Tibetan people; Organizes grassroots projects and events; Cooperates with other Tibet support groups locally and internationally. They are a support group dedicated to assisting Tibetans in their struggle for self-determination and the preservation of their culture. They serve as a bridge between Americans and Tibetans.
Los Angeles Friends of Tibet
Los Angeles Friends of Tibet helps preserve the endangered Tibetan culture and supports the Tibetan people's non-violent struggle for independence and self determination. They sponsor activities to educate the public, to generate interest and involvement in Tibet and are active in the national and international Tibet support movement.
Yoga as Peace in Action
Global Mala Project - SAN DIEGO! Presented by Trikaya®!
NCR is an information hub for what’s new & what’s hot in the world of holistic media. NCR reviews books, films and other media with themes of positive change, spiritual connection, holistic health, and sustainable living; provides recommendations and news alerts from top experts in the field; and has a worldwide calendar of important events. NCR serves media professionals with a member area hosting an extensive resource directory and B2B services.
Bioneers inspires, educates and connects people with nature based solutions for restoring the earth and healing our human communites. They bring together the most innovative and effective leaders, from the grassroots to the canopy to cross-pollinate ideas and share effective strategies for positive change.
The annual Bioneers Conference connects the dots among diverse issues, ideas, cultures and movements to inspire a life-affirming culture of healing, justice and democracy. It is a place to explore practical solutions at the crossroads of ecological restoration, human health, social justice and the sacred.
The Bioneers conference is a sharing ground of visionary solutions for:
- Restoring our ecosystems
- Preserving cultures
- Greening economies
- Protecting oceans
- Creating sustainable cities
- Building community
- And so much more…
International Day of Peace provides an opportunity for individuals, organizations and nations to create practical acts of Peace on a shared date. On this day, millions of people worldwide participate in events such as concerts, vigils and workshops for peace. In 2006, over 3,500 events in 200 countries were organized. Established by a United Nations resolution in 1981, the International Day of Peace was first celebrated September 1982.
The Culture of Peace Initiative is a United Nations-designated “Peace Messenger Initiative” with participants in all the world’s regions. Its purpose is to unite the strengths of organizations and individuals who are working to make Peace a practical reality. The highlight of the Initiative is International Peace Day.