The links below highlight organisations which may be of interest to readers.

Fellowship of Reconciliation is a community of people who are inspired by the life and teachings of Jesus Christ to oppose war and work together to build a world order based on love.

International Fellowship of Reconciliation has branches, groups, and affiliates in over 40 countries on all continents. Although organized on a national and regional basis, IFOR seeks to overcome the division of nation-states which are often the source of conflict and violence. Its membership includes adherents of all the major spiritual traditions as well as those who have other spiritual sources for their commitment to nonviolence.

The Methodist Church is called to respond to the gospel of God's love in Christ and to live out its discipleship in worship and mission. MPF members believe that non-violence is the way to live out that calling.

The Network of Christian Peace Organisations (NCPO) is a broad group of organisations in the Christian peace tradition committed to furthering peace and encouraging our churches to support the peace movement

Quaker Peace and Social Witness promotes and undertakes action for peace and social justice in line with Quaker testimonies

The Campaign against the Arms Trade is a UK-based organisation working to end the international arms trade.

Church and Peace is the European ecumenical peace church network of communities, training centres, peace organisations and peace service agencies.