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Peacemakers, Inc.

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4015 Normandy Ave Dallas TX 75205 USA


Peacemakers incorporated presents conferences, seminars, workshops and other events and collaborates with other peace organizations and educational institutions for the purpose of promoting and delivering peace education to empower peacemakers locally and globally with an emphasis on women.


In 2014 the organization concentrated its efforts to plan the 2015 international women's peace conference. Staff was put in place to build relationships with individuals and organizations to develop strategies, programs and seed-money for the conference.

throughout 2014 peacemakers incorporated continued to publicize the unt castleberry peace institute: the castleberry peace institute was created in october 2008 by peacemakers incorporated, adopted by the college of arts and sciences of university of north texas in 2009, and established as unt castleberry peace institute in 2010. The castleberry peace insitute at unt, will increasingly provide peace education at the university level through classes, seminars, lectures, conferences, research, fellowships, scholarships, internships and other peace study programs to benefit the unt community, the north texas area, the nation, and the international community.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Wonderful organization advocating for peace and the impact women can have in the peace process! I enjoyed their Peace Day Luncheon with Abigail Disney very much. Keep up the good work!

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An active, energized, dedicated group of women and men working to create a nonviolent, peaceful world through education, networking and community involvement.

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