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Georgia Peace and Justice Network encourages the exchange of ideas, expertise and resources between group members. Georgia Peace and Justice Network has created this online and technical infrastructure whereby local groups can work closely with other Tennessee and Kentucky groups and their members by recruiting other groups to endorse, participate and co-sponsor their projects. This site seeks to facilitate resource sharing, increased communication and encourage seamless action execution among member organizations.
Georgia Peace and Justice Network, as represented in this website, does not represent a coalition at this time and will not endorse actions. Member organizations can band together and endorse actions, but GPJN will not. This structure emphasizes the cooperative function of the organizations using this tool, focusing on providing resources, enhancing communication and creating opportunities for peace and justice organizations across the state to work in close cooperation to execute common actions. At this time, GPJN will not normally be an instrument to form a common policy under a single organizational name.
This structure is designed to allow member organizations the greatest possible flexibility in sponsoring projects and affiliating with projects which other groups sponsor, thus creating actions with statewide impact, without creating divisions within the Tennessee and Kentucky activist community.
There may come a time when member organizations using the Georgia Peace and Justice Network tools choose to convene and form a governing or policy body with a specific mission or goals. The tools that this website represents will be at the disposal of that policy body when it emerges.
The name itself, Georgia Peace and Justice Network (gpjn.org) is a temporary name. The permanent name will be decided upon when that policy body forms.
This website is one of several state wide peace and justice coalition building projects using the web application called the Actions Options Tool: www.actionsoptions.org
Visit the Illinois Coalition for Peace & Justice website for another example of this kind of grass roots organizing: www.icjpe.org
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