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Inventory of the Center for Civil Society International records
2009C18  
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Description
Correspondence, reports, directories, lists, pamphlets, serial issues, and circulated material, relating to voluntary associations in the former Soviet Union, exchanges and person-to-person contacts, religion, peace movements, human rights, and promotion of democracy and citizenship. Includes many publications collected by the Center. Also includes records of the Center's predecessor organization, the Northwest Regional Office of the World without War Council.
Background
The World Without War Council, a national American private nonprofit organization, was founded in 1958 with the primary goal of promoting alternatives to war, and with subsidiary goals of promoting civic education, international understanding and democratic government. Its regional office in Seattle, Washington, successively titled the World Without War Council of Greater Seattle and the World Without War Council Northwest Regional Office, was the predecessor organization of the Center for Civil Society International.
Extent
117 manuscript boxes (46.8 linear feet)
Restrictions
For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Availability
Collection is open for research.