CANCEL YOUR INTERNATIONAL ALERT CONTRACT IN SECONDS
Founded in 1985, International Alert is an international peace-building non-governmental organization working in over 25 countries worldwide. Its headquarters are in London, England, and another office at The Hague in the Netherlands. It boasts of over 250 staff working in their London office and the regions where they operate. Their core mission is to prevent and resolve internal conflicts without violence within a country and find sustainable and inclusive solutions by bringing communities in conflict to resolve their differences without violence. They work with people directly affected by violent clashes to find the root causes and lasting solutions to conflicts.
They believe that countries that practice laws which don’t tolerate any form of violence, a country with fair and equal access to the basic needs, and equal opportunity to work regardless of gender and ethnic differences is a peaceful country. They also advise companies, governments, and International Organizations on how their operations and policies can better support peace. It takes different stakeholders and a long time to achieve peace, but it happens.
How to Cancel International Alerts
You can subscribe to receive updates from international Alert, including information about their latest tool kits, reports, campaigns, webinars, and examples on how peacebuilders are making real change in their communities.
If you change your mind and would wish to unsubscribe, click the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from them.
You can also send them an email at [email protected].
Website: www.international-alert .org
Email address: [email protected]
Fax: + 44 (0)20 7627 6900
346 Clapham Road
LONDON, England SW9 9AP
Tel NO: +44(0) 207 627 6823
Alternatives to International Alerts
You can always subscribe to other Peacebuilding international organizations. Some of the best include:
● International peace bureau-IPB
● Plan international
● Peace direct
● Inter Peace Conciliation resources
● Human Rights Watch
● Save the Children