Colin Archer, 2007, 74pp
Whose-Priorities sketches some approaches to campaigning in opposition to militarism, and offer summary accounts of 18 projects undertaken by civil society groups around the world.
Colin Archer and David Hay-Edie, 2005, 96pp
Disarmament for Development in the 21th Century. A human security approach
Warfare or Welfare sets out information and arguments that form the basis of our DforD programme. The two main issues addressed are military spending and the effects of weapon systems on development.
Translations in French, German and Arabic are available on request
Caroline Guinard, 2002, Co-published by the IPB and Nonviolence International, 176pp
From War to Peace Summary is a practical handbook for peace negotiators, either governmental or non state actors, drawing on nine specific country studies of transitions from armed conflict to peace.
Read the summary of findings here.
Fredrik S. Heffermehl, 2000
Peace is Possible aims at showing, with personal stories and practical experience recounted by people like Nelson Mandela, his holiness the Dalai Lama, Jody Williams, Daniel Ellsberg, Howard Zinn, and unknown grassroots activists, that everyone can find their way to contribute, and that the peace movement makes a real difference in today’s world.