The I.P.P.D.C.’S Archive

THE STRUCTURE OF THE I.P.P.D.C.'S ARCHIVE BOLOGNA ITALY

SECTION A “International”
Topics
1: Introductive posters
2: Cultural initiatives
3: Mass initiatives – Marches for Peace
4: Nuclear - free zones
5: Women and peace
6: Art and peace
7: International Organizations
8: Antimilitarist marches
9: Conscientious objection and Civil service
10: Economy - disarmament - rearmament
11: War cultures - Peace cultures
12: Euromissiles
13: Pacifist satire
14: Popular nonviolent defense
15: Weapons
16: Quakers

SECTION B “Italian”
Topics
1: War cultures - Peace cultures
2: Weapons
3: Nonviolent antimilitarism
4: Mass initiatives
5: Civil and military nuclearization
6: Art and peace
7: Hunger and disarmament
8: Euromissiles
9: Women and Peace
10: Pacifist satire
11: Peace education
12: Conscientious objection and Civil service
13: Economy and Peace
14: Conferences and Meetings
15: Territory's militarization - Nuclear free zone
16: Resistance - Constitution- Peace

SECTION C “Bologna”
Topics
1: Cultural initiatives
2: Mass initiatives
3: Euromissiles - Comiso
4: Peace movements
5: Conferences and meetings
6: Women and peace
7: Peace education - Peace and War cultures
8: Conscientious objection and Civil service
9: Resistance – Constitution – Peace

SECTION D “Conscientious objection to military expenses - Popular Nonviolent Defense, DPN”

SECTION E “Ex-Yugoslavia”

SECTION F “The Gulf Wars”

SECTION G “Anti-mine Campaign”

SECTION H “Ecology - Peace - Environment”

SECTION I “Third World - Human Rights”

SECTION J “Pencils for Peace”

SECTION K “Posters reproduction”

SECTION L “Hand-made posters”

SECTION M “Children drawings”

Casalecchio di R. (Bologna), March 2007