International Peace Bureau

International Peace Bureau (1891; Berlin; 20 staff; ipb.org)

The International Peace Bureau is one of the world’s oldest international peace federations with 300 member organizations in 70 countries. It’s core programmes are “the Global Campaign on Military Spending (GCOMS) and disarmament for sustainable development, which focuses both on nuclear and conventional weapons, as well as biological weapons, landmines, and small arms.”

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Leadership: Lisa Clark (Co-President) and Philip Jennings (Co-President)

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