Grassroots Peace Network (National Network to End the War Against Iraq)

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About us

The National Grassroots Peace
Network (formerly the National
Network to End the War Against Iraq)
is a nation-wide coalition of over 300
peace and justice, student and
faith-based organizations united to
work to educate the public about the
human rights abuses that inevitably
follow from war, in an effort to
mobilize greater public opposition to
policies of war.

Guided by the spirit of grassroots
democracy, our vision and our goals

- an end to the US occupation of Iraq
- the absolute right of the Iraqi
people to self-determination
- unconditional humanitarian
assistance to Iraq
- US war reparations to the Iraqi
- control of Iraq's oil and resources
by the Iraqi people
- spending on human needs not
corporate welfare

Our purpose is the same as what we
do, which is bringing together
community-based organizations at
our conferences and regional
meetings to share ideas, develop
strategies and plan coordinated
national events. Our long term vision
is to build a strong and vibrant
community of people and
organizations dedicated to peace,
capable of acting in concert to
change hearts and minds in favor of
supporting war and peace.

The primary issue which our
members took up upon our founding
in February 2001 was to oppose the
sanctions and ongoing bombing of
Iraq (1990-2003). While we maintain
a focus on the situation in Iraq, we
are also preparing to mobilize
opposition to the eventuality of future
acts of US aggression abroad.


Contact information

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Phone: (301) 270-4858

Fax: (301) 270-5251

P.O. Box 60428, Washington, DC, 20039, US

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