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Australian Anti-Bases Campaign Coalition – committed to writing, speaking and acting for peace and justice, using lectures, meetings, leaflets, submissions, card campaigns, lobbying, non-violent direct action and any other form of action appropriate for particular campaigns.

Centre for Disarmament and Development Studies – Nagpur, India – New Delhi, India – Dialogues and Resources on Nuclear, Nature and Society

DMZ Hawai’I/Aloha ‘Aina

Gensuikin – The Japan Congress Against Atomic and Hydrogen Bombs

Gensuikyo – The Japan Council against Atomic & Hydrogen Bombs

Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space

Hawai’I Peace and Justice

International Forum on Globalization – a North-South research and educational institution composed of leading activists, economists, scholars, and researchers providing analysis and critiques on the cultural, social, political, and environmental impacts of economic globalization.

Korea Peace Foundation – seeking to gather those of us who love peace and life in order to seek solutions to these problems of injustice.  As unification workers we want to banish the shadow of division as we try to build solidarity with our global friends who are committed to peace for the whole earth.

Mindanao Peoples’ Peace Movement – a convergence for the unity of the tri-people (Katawhang Lumad, Bangsamoro, Katawhang Migrante), and a grassroots, multi-sectoral, peace alliance/network/coalition that commits to advance the peoples’ right to self-determination, build communities of peace based on justice and work for sustainable development through ecologically-sound initiatives.

Moana Nui – a loose collective of academics, activists and community leaders who came together to plan a conference around a Pacific People’s economy in the shadow of the APEC forum in Honolulu, Hawaii from November 9th -11th, 2011.

Nihon Hidankyo – Japan Federation of A- and H-Bomb Sufferers Organizations


Peaceboat – Japan – an international non-governmental and non-profit organization that works to promote peace, human rights, equal and sustainable development and respect for the environment through the organization of global educational programmes, responsible travel, cooperative projects and advocacy activities. 

Peace Depot – Japan – a non-profit, independent peace research, education and information institution which aims to build a security system that does not rely on military power.

People’s Solidarity for Participatory Democracy – Korea – Hoping to open a new era of participatory democracy and human rights, the PSPD has been working on institutionalization of civil participation in democracy, state power and socio-economic reform

Philippines Stop the War Coalition

Save Jeju Now – Jeju Island, South Korea – ‘No war base on the island of peace’; Save Jeju Now appeals to peace advocates worldwide to give Gangjeong residents and its peace activists international support and solidarity to stop the Jeju naval base construction.

Solidarity for Peace and Reunification of Korea (SPARK) – an NGO that works towards national self-determination, peace and disarmament, establishment of a peace structure, and the reunification of   Korea.

Stop the War Coalition Philippines  a movement for peace and justice for a nuclear-free and bases-free world

Vietnam Peace and Development Foundation – a non-governmental organization in Special Consultative Status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC).  Founded in April 2003, and working for peace, national independence, democracy and social progress, for equitable and sustainable development, the VPDF cooperates with organizations and individuals inside and outside Vietnam for activities in the fields of people-to-people diplomacy, research and information, and other economic, social and cultural activities related to issues of peace and development.

We Are Guåhan – Guam – a multi-ethnic collective of individuals, families and grassroots organizations concerned with the future of our islands. We Are Guåhan aims to inform and engage our community on the various issues concerning the impending military build up and to unite and mobilize our people to protect and defend our resources and our culture. We Are Guåhan promotes peaceful, positive and prosperous change for our island. We envision a sustainable future for all of Guåhan’s people.

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