If You Want to End War Click Here

Over 75,000 people have signed in 158 countries.
 

If Your Organization Wants

to End War Click Here

Over 500 great organizations have signed.
Find your language.
 
Find or create a local chapter/affiliate.
 
Campaigns Join in any of these projects!

Join in any of these projects!

Contact us if you’d like to help with any of these campaigns: Educational Events. Close Bases. Support Global Justice and the Rule of Law. Divest from Weapons Dealers. Put up Billboards. Pass Resolutions.

Online Actions Online Actions

Online Actions

Send this message to your local, state or provincial, and national government officials: The world has had enough of war, and that includes me. Government officials everywhere are being asked to join with the people of the world in signing […]

Alternatives A Global Security System: An Alternative to War — 2017 Edition Now Available

A Global Security System: An Alternative to War — 2017 Edition Now Available

To use the new online study and action guide, click here: Study War No More!   “You say you’re against war, but what’s the alternative?”   “A Global Security System: An Alternative to War” – 2017 Edition Now Available Be […]

Billboards Billboards Project

Billboards Project

See lots of designs here. See explanation of the 3% calculation here. World Beyond War billboards are funded entirely by contributions made here by supporters of ending war. Billboards are going up: For the month of December 2017 in Charlottesville, […]

Recent Posts

A pile of artillery and mortar shells on the island of Vieques, Puerto Rico (Attribution, Al Jazeera.)

The Puerto Rican Island of Vieques: War games, hurricanes, and wild horses

by Denise Oliver Velez, January 21, 2018, Daily Kos. It is hard to believe that an inhabited part of the United States of America was used as a site for military war games and as a bombing range for many […]

Activists of the non-governmental organization International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons wear masks of Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jong-un while posing with a mock missile in front of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea embassy in Berlin, on September 13, 2017. (Photo: Britta Pedersen / AFP / Getty Images)

“Mini-Nukes” Would Promote, Not Deter, the Use of Nuclear Bombs in Conflict

By Gar Smith, January 19, 2018, Truthout. A recently released “pre-decisional draft” of the Pentagon’s 2018 Nuclear Posture Review calls for the development of a new generation of “low-yield” nuclear bombs — weapons that are better known by the endearingly cute sobriquet: “mini-nukes.” […]

The Ripple Effect Podcast # 151 (David Swanson | War Is A Lie)

David Swanson is an author, activist, journalist, and radio host. He is director of WorldBeyondWar.org and campaign coordinator for RootsAction.org. Swanson’s books include War Is A Lie and When the World Outlawed War. He blogs at DavidSwanson.org and WarIsACrime.org. He […]

Talk Nation Radio: Colman McCarthy on The Post and Teaching Peace

Talk Nation Radio: Colman McCarthy on The Post and Teaching Peace

David Swanson, January 23, 2018, Let’s Try Democracy. Colman McCarthy is a former Washington Post columnist, from 1969 to 1997, and the director of The Center for Teaching Peace in Washington DC. He teaches courses on nonviolence at Georgetown Law, […]

Pentagon Declares Dominion: Document Carves Up Globe, Warns “Challengers”

Pentagon Declares Dominion: Document Carves Up Globe, Warns “Challengers”

Pentagon unveils strategy for military confrontation with Russia and China by Bill Van Auken, January 20, 2018, Gorilla Radio Blog. The Trump administration’s defense secretary, former Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis, rolled out a new National Defense Strategy Friday that […]

Way Outside the Choir

Way Outside the Choir

By David Swanson, January 23, 2018, Let’s Try Democracy. Having spent years going to events organized by peace groups, at which people tell each other they should stop “preaching to the choir,” I’ve started doing another kind of event. I […]

North Korean ghost ships are washing up on the shores of Japan, sometimes with their starving sailors still on board Reuters

It’s time we saw economic sanctions for what they really are – war crimes

Saddam Hussein and his senior lieutenants were rightly executed for their crimes, but the foreign politicians and officials who were responsible for the sanctions regime that killed so many deserved to stand beside them in the dock. By Patrick Cockburn, […]

Sign not seen in the Women’s March. Photo; Bill Hackwell

The Missing Message in the Women’s March

By Cindy Sheehan and Rick Sterling, January 18, 2018, Resumen. The large women’s marches that took place in the U.S. to mark a year of the Trump Administration were primarily organized by elements of the Democratic Party. The energy in […]

N. Korea’s Kim Jong-un and S. Korea’s Moon Jae-in are talking, and Trump and the US government aren’t amused

Standing up to empire: South Korea Slips Off the US Leash

By Dave Lindorff, January 22, 2018, War is a Crime. The mainstream US media, when it comes to the idea of talks between the governments of North and South Korea, are focused on the idea that North Korean leader Kim […]

#YemenCantWait: Rally Against War in New York City, January 26

#YemenCantWait: Rally Against War in New York City, January 26

Yemen is at the center of the world’s worst, man made humanitarian disaster. Over 10,000 people have died from the conflict, 1 million people are impacted by the cholera outbreak, and 22 million people are food insecure, with millions on […]

Translate »