European Groups Endorse NP

  • Alain Richard, O.F.M., Pace Bene, France
  • Albanian Family Planning Association, Valentina Leskaj
  • Alberto l’Abate, Berretti Bionchi,* Italy
  • Arno Truger, Austrian Center for Study of Peace and Conflict Resolution,
  • Beate Roggenbuck, German section Helsinki Citizens Assembly
  • Center for Nonviolent Conflict Management, Brugge, Belgium
  • Centro Francescano Internazionale Per Il Dialogo (CEFID), Fr. Maximmilian Mizzi,
  • Civilian Peace Teams, The Netherlands (BVTN)
  • Dirk Boberg. UN Volunteers*
  • Ernst Guelcher, Disarmament Advisor to the European Parliament for Green Party
  • Eva Quistorp, Co-founder, Women for Peace, Germany
  • Francesco Tullio, Presdient of Centro Studi Difesa Civile in Italy*
  • Francis Martin O'Donnell, Former Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta to the Slovak Republic and former Resident Coordinator of the United Nations systems in both Ukraine and Serbia-Montenegro.
  • Friedensbuero, Salzburg, Austria
  • Gajo Sekulic, Alternative Peace Initiative, Sarajevo, Bosnia
  • Gender Project for Bulgaria Foundation
  • Heide Schuetz, Chair, Women's Network for Peace, Germany
  • Helga Kandt, Women in Black “Frauen in Schwarz”Germany
  • Helga Tempel, Chair of the Forum Civil Peace Services,* Germany
  • Janne Poort - van Eeden, Coordinator, European Network for Civil Peace Services
  • John O’Donahue, Irish philosopher and best selling author
    The people who are on the front lines for Nonviolent Peaceforce are there on behalf of our best selves. This is an action not costing less than everything. If we lost these people on the front lines, life would become a devouring feast. Part of what makes tragedy bearable is the beauty that comes forth-that’s NP
  • Jon McCourt, member, Management Committee, Peace and Reconciliation Commission,* Derry, Northern Ireland
  • Kevin Clements, Executive Director, International Alert, London, England*
  • Konrad Tempel, Chair of the Federation for Social Defense,*Germany
  • Lennart Parknas, Psychologists Against Nuclear Arms, For Peace & Ecological Balance, Sweden
  • Mai Britt Theorin, Stockholm, Member of European Parliament
  • Moeders voor vrede-Mothers for Peace, Jennie Vanlerberghe, President
  • Non-Violence XXI
  • OFM Conv. Delegate General for Ecumenism and for Interreligious Dialogue
  • Pat Patfoort, Trainer, Belgium
  • Peace Studies Belgrade, Tijana Mirovic
  • Rose Fernando, Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, Rome
  • Tatiana Markina, Project Co-ordinator, Centre for Conflict Management, Kazahhstan
  • Ted Herman, Consultant, Balkan Peace Studies Center, Skopje, Macedonia
  • The Iona Community, Scotland
  • Ueli Wildberger, Forum fuer Friedenserziehung, Switzerland
  • Ulrich Frey, Germany
  • VjekoslavSaje, Centre for Religious Dialogue, Bosnia

* Organization is listed for reference purposes only.