Please consider donating to the International Fellowship of Reconciliation.

For more than one hundred years now there has been a global network of people supporting each others' acts of conscience against war and the violent social, political and economic conditions that contribute to war. This movement has attempted to bring people together across national, religious, and cultural boundaries not only to resist war, but to build a lasting culture of peace. The organizing, coordinating, exchange of information, and collective acts of conscience depend on the contributions of our members and those who are our allies in the movement for a more peaceful world.


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Testimonial from past donors

I strongly believe that the Fellowship of Reconciliation must be an international Fellowship of like-minded people. In order to achieve such an Internationality, we need a strong and active organization. Of course, this needs personal involvement but also requires funds. I feel a moral obligation to invest part of my time for IFOR and donate money for the operational expenditure. I can only encourage others to do the same to help finance an organization that for 100 years is working to overcome violence and whose members have achieved magnificent things.
— Volker Grotefeld




There are many ways to Join IFOR

Please explore the options below to find a method that works for you or your organization

Become a member of a national branch or affiliate organization

Member organizations have different qualifications for membership. If you want to join an IFOR Branch, please go to that branch’s website and explore what is required to become a member. 


Become a member of IFOR 

The International Fellowship of Reconciliation (IFOR) is an international, spiritually-based movement of people who, from the basis of a belief in the power of love and truth to create justice and restore community, commit themselves to active nonviolence as a way of life and as a means of transformation–personal, social, economic and political.* If this statement represents you and who you are committed to being in the world then we invite you to become a member of IFOR. Please tell us a little more about you in the form below to express you commitment to the values expressed above. 

*Do you feel like the statement above almost expresses your values but you have questions or concerns? Feel free to contact us

Membership Donation

There is no required donation for being a member of IFOR, however, the recommended donation for those who are able is €50.00. If you cannot afford this amount, do not feel discouraged from membership. We accept whatever contribution that you can offer in community with the other members of IFOR in our effort to build a more peaceful and just world. 

Does your organization want to become a member of the IFOR Network?

Great! The process for your organization becoming a member of IFOR begins with us getting to know each other.  Please complete the form below.


To become a full member (also known as a branch of IFOR) your organization will need to be approved by an International Council. Councils are scheduled for every 4 years.


To become an associate member (a group or affiliate) you can be approved by the representative consultative committee.


You can download a copy of the IFOR policies and procedures concerning membership here.


Start a branch of IFOR in your country

If you share our values and see the need for an organization committed to this work in your country, we would love to work with you to discuss beginning a branch of IFOR. We will support you at every step of the way. Please contact us and tell us a little more about who you are, what you want to do, and why.





Publications from the IFOR Secretariat and Membership

A Lexicon of Spiritual Leaders of IFOR

 A Lexicon of Spiritual Leaders In the IFOR Peace Movement by Dave D’Albert is a  publication generously gifted to IFOR by the author. This is a compilation of peace leader profiles from around the world that were or still are friends of “the movement.” The IFOR Spiritual Leader profiles are ordered by countries, find inside notables as Adolfo Pérez Esquivel (Argentina), Friedrich Siegmund-Schultze (Germany), and Thich Nhat Hanh (Vietnam).

Active Nonviolence Across the World

In this booklet, Richard Deats (former Director FoR USA) has compiled a summary of 30 stories of nonviolent success. Available from the FoR England office (£1.75). Published by FoR England (2010).

Study War No More

A report on military involvement in 26 UK universities, by FoR England and Campaign Against Arms Trade in 2007.  Request a hard copy (£3) or download it here.

Convenient Killing: Armed Drones and the Playstation Mentality

Researched and written by Chris Cole (formerly FoR England, now heading up Drone Wars UK) together with Mary Dobbing and Amy Hailwood, this is a thorough analysis and critique of drone warfare published by FoR England (2010). Download here, or contact the FoR England office for a hard copy.


Reports on Colombia and U.S. Policy

The Rise and Fall of 'False Positive' Killings in Colombia: The Role of U.S. Military Assistance, 2000-2010

In this report, we document and analyze the impact of the billions of dollars that the United States spends each year to strengthen the military and police forces of other countries. The study focuses on Colombia, which U.S.officials cite as a model they are proud of and exporting to Mexico and Central America. Critics say it’s an example of the U.S. aiding gross abuses and war.


What’s Land Got to Do with it?

A 36 page pocket-size booklet made for the grassroots education about Colombia, land, and how armed conflict affects ordinary people. With lots of graphics, pictures, quotes, and written in language accessible for kids and adults, What’s Land Got to Do with It? describes the history and human face of the violence in Colombia and its focus on land. Order copies from the link above or download below.

For a more comprehensive list of reports go here.


General Resources on Peace and Nonviolence

2014 EBCO Annual Report

The European Bureau of Conscientious Objection has published this report on the state of  conscientious objection to military service in Europe.





IFOR International Secretariat

Please note that our address has recently changed.

All Official Correspondence:

IFOR International Secretariat
Postbus 1528
3500 BM Utrecht
The Netherlands

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Joseph Haydnlaan 2a
3533 AE Utrecht


La Maison de la Paix
35, rue Van Elewyck – 1050 Ixelles
Bruxelles, Belgique

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