● The Robert K. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership
– "an international nonprofit organization that serves individuals
and organizations seeking to be better servant-leaders." The fundamental
concept has been around a long time; for example in Mark 9:35 Jesus says,
"Anyone who wants to be first must be the very last, and the servant of all."
● Coalition for Democratic World Government – A
coalition of organizations working toward a civilized system of world law
that would apply to individual persons – based on the belief that it is
dangerous and unjust to punish an entire nation for the crimes of its leaders.
● The Quaker United Nations Office – QUNO works
with people in the UN, multilateral organisations, government delegations,
and non-governmental organisations, to further the Quaker vision of a world
in which peace and justice prevail.
● the P2P Foundation's blog – "The Foundation
for Peer to Peer Alternatives is an organization with the aim of studying
the impact of peer to peer technology and thought on society." (Wikipedia)
While this is a technological concept, posts on the blog span a range of
social and economic issues. For example the basic P2P transactional concept of
direct interchange between equal parties implies criticism of neo-liberal
globalization where transactions are impersonal and the parties involved
● Carole Moore's report on the Second secessionist Convention
– This report on Carole's blog parallels the one that John Ewbank did, and which is
posted on our HRG website,
here. Other posts on Carol's blog are also of interest because, like John,
she is a decentralist and a libertarian.
● Friends Committee on National Legislation – FCNL
connects historic Quaker testimonies – on peace, equality, simplicity,
and truth – with peace and social justice issues being addressed by the
"FCNL fields the largest team of registered peace lobbyists in Washington, DC."
Transnational Institute of Policy Studies –
A worldwide fellowship of scholar activists
"- carries out radical informed analysis on critical global issues
- builds alliances with social movements
- develops proposals for a more sustainable, just and democratic world."
For their 2014 report on the global "State of Power" click
This list of links just scratches the
surface. HRG's page of links needs to be managed on a dynamic basis because
other people's sites change or simply disappear -- which is what happened
to several of the sites listed in the right hand column of the original
"Sarwar" HRG website. For purposes of launching this site perhaps we could
have suggestions for a few more links of interest to our board