Useful websites

Other organisations doing work in the pursuit of peace and peace education:

Central England Area Quaker Meeting

Our parent Charity, the CEQ coordinates work on Quakers’ concerns in the Midlands.

Peer Mediation Network

A network of organisations and practitioners working on Peace Education. Peacemakers are a member of the PMN.

Peace Education Network

Conflict resolution training, peace education for schools, and academic courses in Peace, War, Conflict and Defence Studies in the UK and abroad. Peacemakers are a member of PEN.

The Forgiveness Project

The Forgiveness Project uses the real stories of victims and perpetrators to explore concepts of forgiveness, and to encourage people to consider alternatives to resentment, retaliation and revenge.

Leap – Confronting Conflict

This organisation provides a great range of training in activities like peer mediation, particularly in a secondary school context.

The Anglican Pacifist Fellowship

A body of people within the Anglican Communion who reject war as a means of solving international disputes, and believe that peace and justice should be sought through non-violent means.


CRESST is dedicated to helping children and young people learn conflict resolution skills that can be used in their schools and communities.

Fellowship of Reconciliation

One branch of a global, spiritually-based movement committed to active nonviolence as a means of personal, social, economic and political transformation. FoR International (IFoR) began in 1914, and now has seventy branches and groups in 5 continents.

Movement for the Abolition of War

Aims to:

  • spread the belief that the abolition of war is both desirable and possible
  • raise awareness of the alternatives to war for resolving national and international disputes
  • develop materials and strategies to educate us all from school children to those in government

Peaceful Schools Movement

help schools become more peaceful learning environments.

Pax Christi

Pax Christi strives to help the Church and the wider community to proclaim and to make peace.

Peace Pledge Union

The Peace Pledge Union is the oldest secular pacifist organisation in Britain. Since 1934 it has been campaigning for a warless world.

Quakers (British Yearly Meeting)

Quakers challenge the promotion of war and violence. Instead they promote education rooted in positive peace and in justice. They work with educators, volunteers and partners to develop and share creative peace education resources and practice.

The Peace Museum

The Peace Museum in Bradford explores the events and history of people and organisations that have worked to promote peace, non-violence and conflict resolution.

The Hope Project

The Hope Project is an agency offering consultancy and training in peace building skills and the creative handling of conflict.

Y U Matter

Y U Matter works on mental health promotion and training, aiming to increase positive mental health by increasing psychological well-being, competence and resilience