• Delaware Peace Resources Database
  • The Wilmington Peace Resources Directory is a Project of Pacem in Terris and the Movement for a Culture of Peace.
  • Data was complied by Molly Bado, Researcher.
  • Web site and database design, development, and research was done by Mark Perri.
  • Project Director and Editor, Medard Gabel.
  • Mission/Purpose
  • The Wilmington Peace Resources Directory presents a vision of a possible and attractive peace-filled future and the resources our community has for achieving this vision.
  • Background
  • The Wilmington Peace Resources Directory is a database of local resources and organizations that promote a culture of peace. It is intended to help us see, link, and build on all of the good work we are already doing in our community to create peace. This resource directory includes organizations throughout our region that are engaged in what we call building a culture of peace. It includes resources and information on a wide variety of topics, from anti-bullying strategies, civic engagement, domestic violence prevention, school to prison changes, financial literacy, management and violence, gun violence reduction, gangs and violent street groups, safe havens for youth, juvenile justice system, mental health providers, mentoring, restorative justice, support groups for ex-offenders, service organizations, street level outreach, dating violence, workplace violence prevention and other topics.
  • History
  • The Wilmington Peace Resources Directory is an outgrowth on the successful September 2014, 2015 and 2016 March for a Culture of Peace (and Rallies and Calls to Action), and subsequent public forums from October through May in each of those years, that Pacem in Terris and other non-profits in the Wilmington area organized (with 45 co-sponsors, 350+ participants at each march).