The Aman Trust

initiative for a just & compassionate society

Linked with Urvashi Butalia – India.

The AMAN’s programmes are managed by a central office and implemented under six major portfolios that are described below. AMAN’s library, archives and the web-site are important pedagogical resources for work on peace-building. The portfolios are: … (full text Programme Design).

Homepage;
Activities;
Genesis;
Strategy and Perspectives;
Articles and Papers;
Portfolios: Campaign for Non – Violent Conflict Resolution (4 items); Gender Mental Health and Conflict 5 items); Human Security Citizenship and Law (4 items); Pedagogy for Social Peace and Civic Restraint (3 items); Social Resources and Caste Conflict (3 items);
Volunteer Form;
Address: AMAN Public Charitable Trust, O – 63, IInd Floor, Lajpat Nagar Part II, New Delhi, India 110024;
Contact.

About AMAN: AMAN envisages a pro-active role for civil society in the reduction of conflict and the mitigation of its effects. Its philosophy is based on the concepts of ahimsa and samrastha (non – violence and harmony).

In the area of non – governmental civic initiatives, the rationale for AMAN arises from a recognition that man – made disasters must be added to those caused by natural calamity. While relief is imperative in the aftermath of a disaster, a purely reactive approach is insufficient, even in the context of natural disasters. All of Aman’s networking, sensitisation, research and legal aid programmes aim at strengthening social institutions and resources for the anticipation and prevention of conflict, and at non-violent conflict resolution.

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