ICP Tool Box
A free service of International Cities of Peace
To provide leaders of Cities of Peace around the globe with tools, training, and resources — the ICP Tool Box is freely available as a benefit of joining the Cities of Peace movement. During 2023, an expanding array of Tools will be made available and announced. If you would like to suggest training or resources that will make your peace work in your community more effective, please contact our volunteers. Also, if you find errors or potential enhancements in the materials, please let us know. Thank you.
TOOLS AND RESOURCES
The following are websites and downloadable PDF materials related to specific areas of training and support.
UPDATE: LATEST RESOURCES AND TOOLS – JULY, 2023
The Right to Be (Formerly Hollaback) free bystander online training.
Participatory defense is a new, national community organizing approach for families whose loved ones are facing the criminal court system aimed at impacting the outcome of their loved ones’ cases and transforming the landscape of power in the courts.
Barbara Gaughen-Muller’s Podcast features peacemakers around the globe. In addition, the free Peace Community Magazine provides in-depth articles on a wide range of peacebuilding issues and opportunities.
NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONAL RESOURCES
Taproot Foundation Free Resources and Videos
All Access to Free Videos: https:litaprootfoundation oralresources-category/nonprofit/
US Taproot Plus for 501c3 Virtual Volunteers: https://www.taprootolus.orgu
US Community Foundation Locator
Human Rights and Environmental Justice
179 Boyiston Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02130 USA
• email at https://grassrootsonline.org/who-we-are/contact-us/
• Our mission is to connect people in the US with global movements that defend land, territory,
water, food, seeds, and the earth. Together, we address the root causes of injustice and
oppression, and build alternatives that nurture human rights, ecological justice, and liberation.
We do this through grantmaking, social action, and philanthropic leadership.
• Check website for open calls
Check status for call for openings or proposals
The International Fund for Cultural Diversity (IFCD) is a multi-donor fund established under Article
18 of the 2005 Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions.
Its purpose is to promote sustainable development and poverty reduction in developing countries
that are Parties to the 2005 convention
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
Office of Grants Management
Chicago, Il 60603
GRANT SUMMARY TRAININGICPgrantExSumTraining010323
Other Training and Resources will be added as year 2023 progresses.