Favorite Websites

Emily Gaarder, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology Anthropology
Office Location: 213 Cina Hall
Office Phone: 218-726-7094
Office Fax: 218-726-7759
Email: egaarder@d.umn.edu

Fall 2010 Office Hours:
M 4-5 p.m. and Th 10-11 a.m., or by appt.

Websites of Peace & Justice

The Center for Nonviolent Communication: www.cnvc.org
A global organization helping people connect compassionately with themselves and one another through Nonviolent Communication language.

Global Exchange: www.globalexchange.org
An international human rights organization dedicated to promoting social, economic and environmental justice around the world.

Independent Media Center: www.indymedia.org
A collective of independent organizations and independent journalists.

Common Dreams: www.commondreams.org
Breaking news and views for the progressive community.

Feminists for Animal Rights: www.farinc.org
A not-for-profit national educational organization dedicated to ending all forms of abuse against women, animals and the earth.

Global Justice Movement: www.globaljusticemovement.org
Seeks to present thoughtful alternatives to traditional globalization efforts.

United for Peace and Justice: www.unitedforpeaceandjustice.org
An anti-war coalition of more than 1300 local and national groups throughout the United States.

Justice Studies Organization (JSA): www.justicestudies.org
A not-for-profit membership association established to foster progressive writing, research, practice, and activism in all areas of criminal, social, and restorative justice.

AMICUS: www.amicususa.org
A Minnesota not-for-profit organization with over 39 years of experience in improving public safety by helping inmates and ex-offenders through positive relationship-building, restorative justice practices and individualized transition services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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