- 1. Support nonviolent direct action.
- 2. Take independent initiatives to reduce threat.
- 3. Use cooperative conflict resolution.
- 4. Acknowledge responsibility for conflict and injustice and seek repentance and forgiveness.
- 5. Advance democracy, human rights, and religious liberty.
- 6. Foster just and sustainable economic development.
- 7. Work with emerging cooperative forces in the international system.
- 8. Strengthen the United Nations and international efforts for cooperation and human rights.
- 9. Reduce offensive weapons and weapons trade.
- 10. Encourage grassroots peacemaking groups and voluntary associations.
From Just Peacemaking, edited by Glen Stassen (Pilgrim Press, 1998)
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