As part of our organizational evolution, the PJSA is employing various "social networking" platforms to help keep you connected to us, each other, and the larger world.
You can now follow us on Twitter @PJSAtweets for updates and announcements, and on Facebook for more substantial information and links as well:
Look for more additions to this Resources page in the days ahead!
Read the PJSA blog. Members can post their own threads and reply to messages after logging in. This is a publicly-viewable field, although only PJSA members can post. Through the RSS feed, postings can be picked up by blogrolls and other sites, helping us to put a face to the world with our collective viewpoints and visions. Happy blogging!
Are you interested in finding a keynote speaker, presenter, trainer, or consultant related to the broad areas of peace and social justice? Consider one of our highly qualified, dynamic Speaker's Bureau members!
If your campus, school, group or organization needs a speaker for your next event, please consider booking someone from PJSA's Speaker's Bureau. The Speaker's Bureau is composed of a well-known group of scholars and activists who can address multiple peace, justice, environmental, and human rights issues. Speakers are available for all age ranges and types of groups.
This exciting venture highlights the incredible work of our members, and advances the workings of the "peace and justice" fields as well. The primary intention of the Speaker's Bureau is to help carry the mission and values of the PJSA to a broader audience. Understanding that various groups and organizations are often seeking trainers, workshop facilitators, presenters, keynote speakers, and the like, the PJSA Speaker's Bureau allows us to help address these needs while showcasing the many talented scholars, educators, and activists among our membership.
PJSA members can apply below to become part of the effort, and general inquiries may be addressed to: speakers(at)peacejusticestudies(dot)org.
More soon on this important and emerging relationship with international peace educators and scholars.Learn More...
Statement Opposing Proposed Cut of USIP Funding, March 2011
Statement on Connecting Militarism and Climate Change, February 2011
Statement Regarding FBI Raids on Peace Activists, October 2010
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