The Permanent Peace Movement is a nongovernmental organization advancing peace and conflict resolution through elevating civil society and spreading awareness and education.
The Permanent Peace Movement was established in Beirut, Lebanon in 1991.
PPM works on a number of issues related to peacebuilding, which are expressed in the variety of projects we implement. Most recently we have worked on issues of conflict resolution, arms control, child soldiers, democracy and participation, restorative justice, nonviolence, and socioeconomic rights. In these projects it has cooperated with a list of International organizations, namely: The National Democratic Institute (NDI), The European Union (EU), The Mennonite Central Committee (MCC), America-Mideast Education & Training Services (AMIDEAST), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), United Nations Development Program (UNDP), United Nations Reintegration and Socio-Economic Rehabilitation (UNRSRD), the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), Oxfam-Quebec, NOVA - Center for Social Innovation.