Thousands of theoretical and practical (how-to) essays, case studies, audio interviews, and other materials written over a period of 20 years by about 400 conflict experts, both scholars and practitioners. It is like a free, huge, online encyclopedia on the nature of and approaches to deal with simple and very difficult or intractable conflicts. It is both browsable (by resource type and topic) and searchable and the materials are written in language we hope is easy for everyone to understand.
"[We] increase & apply psychological knowledge in the pursuit of peace. Peace here is defined broadly to include both the absence of war & the creation of positive social conditions which minimize destructive conflicts & promote human well-being."
"This monograph presents the experiences of peace workers, called hereafter “pillars of peace,” in initiating and nurturing peace in post conflict situations in Kenya. It goes beyond the familiar images of women as victims of war and documents the many ways women contribute to rebuilding communities fractured by conflict."