How to Support the Peace and Collaborative Development Network (Creative Ideas Welcome)

Dear Colleagues

There are a number of ways you can help support the PCDN network as outlined below.

 

1. Become a Paying Member - The PCDN network has helped impact thousands of individuals and organizations around the world to help connect, inspire, provide sources of funding, scholarships, training and much more. To date out of our 33,100 members around the world, only 900 (which is less than 2.7%) have contributed to the network). While we are grateful for all of the payments to date,  to sustain our work we rely on your support and would like to increase member support to at least 40% of the entire membership. We are now asking you to consider paying what you can in any amount ranging from $1 and up.  For more details see the Support Page.

 

2. Considering Placing an Ad on PCDN - To date advertisers on PCDN include leading universities and organizations from around the world including Georgetown University, University of Notre Dame, University of Edinburgh, Rotary International, United States Institute of Peace,  Brandies University, TechChange and many others. Advertisers are reporting 10%-100% (or greater) increase in their web traffic through PCDN Ads which results in new clients, students, etc. For more info see the advertising page.

 

3. INVITE Your Colleagues to Join and Follow us on Other Platforms - Click on the Invite Link to directly invite your colleagues to join the network (you can upload your contacts directly).

Follow Us on:

  • TWITTER - You can now follow the network on TWITTER . In addition you can go the PCDN Twitter Account and click on the RSS feed to create a feed of key postings (not only some site postings are forwarded to Twitter). We have over 9,000 followers on Twitter.

  • FACEBOOK - You can also follow PCDN on our FACEBOOK FAN PAGE. Similar to Twitter, only select postings will be posted on Facebook, but we encourage you to link to the page and invite your colleagues. We have over 9,000 followers on Facebook.

  • LINKEDIN You can Follow PCDN on Linkedin. Only Select Postings will be posted on Linkedin, but there will also be some unique opportunities posted in this professional group. We have nearly 2,000 members  on the PCDN group.
  • Google+ - We have recently created a PCDN Google+Page where we will feature Video Chats and other new initiatives.



4. Check out the Relevant Resources- This site is sponsored in part by advertising. If you see an ad that interests you please check out their services by clicking on the ad. If you see an inappropriate ad please let us know and we will remove it.

5. Provide Feedback on How you Have Benefited from the Site- We are trying to keep track of some of the benefits/impacts that members have. Please share your stories here.

6. Add Relevant Content - Feel free to add blog, photos, start a discussion, add documents, etc. We are also especially open to individuals/organizations who might want to explore developing a resource guide about a key aspect of the field. See the current Resource Guide List to see what already exists and come up with ideas about new topics/gaps that can be addressed.

7. Suggest New Ways to Promote and/or Develop the Site - Feel free to add your suggestions of ways to improve the site, new features you would like to see, etc.

 

8. Keep the Creative Ideas and Suggestions Coming - If you have an idea how to raise the profile of the network, attract new members, content feel free offer innovative  and creative thoughts.

 


 

 

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Comment by Silvana M. Pellegrini Adam on February 15, 2013 at 6:20am

Hello Craig - yesterday evening I tried to invite a FB friend - but it didn´t work. I tried 3 times. Then I used the mail invitation insted. - and I was locked on at FB at the same time :- )

Comment by Ina & Esu Anahata on June 30, 2011 at 9:46am
Craig, Thank you for all your hard work to cull a comprehensive array of opportunities and relevant information for peace builders and do-gooders worldwide.  Through PCDN, we learned about the Ariane de Rothschild's Fellowship for social enterprise.  Esu applied and was recently chosen as a Fellow!  He'll be heading off to Cambridge University in July and we hope this will be a big break and unprecedented opportunity for The BARKA Foundation.  We never would have known about it were it not for you and your tireless work at PCDN.  'Barka' is an African word of gratitude, blessing & reciprocity.  Barka Craig!  Ina & Esu, Co-Founders.
Comment by Lucia Quachey on June 21, 2011 at 12:03pm
I have benefited tremendously from this site. The information posted are very relevant and timely. I must congratulate PCDN and Craig Zelizer for the professional manner he manages the site and the postings are very relevant and it has enhanced my service delivery. I came into contact with professionals with like minds and is good for my organization. Will recommend my friends from facebook and Linkedin to join. I am proud to be associated with PCDN. Craig, well done for an awesome job, information is power, and you feed us with that several times a day, this is what network is all about.
Comment by Shah Tasadduque Ali Khan on June 19, 2011 at 2:32pm
PCDN is great Craig!  you really had a good idea.
Comment by sowmya ayyar on June 19, 2011 at 9:42am
it may be useful to do some outreach in various countries/ regions. I find that almost no one here in India knows about this site, yet they want something like this-- someplace to look up schools, post for jobs, and engage in conflict related discussions.

Reaching out to the smaller, grassroots NGOs would do them a lot of good.
Comment by Rocky Mountain Peace Institute on June 3, 2011 at 2:41pm
Thanks for all the hardwork you do on that end Craig.
Comment by lubangujacques.armmk on November 1, 2010 at 4:48am
Comment by LUBANGU Jacques
cher collègue,

Nous sommes réjouis du message nous adresser et le travail de résolution pacifique des conflits que vous ne cesser pas de fournir, en plus, les chemins de parcour que vous nous avez tracé concernant les utilisateurs qui lisent nos sites et qui trouvent bénéfice dédans. Nous disons encore merci .

Néanmoins, pour le moment nous nous préparons d'organiser un séminaire de réflexion sur la cohabitation pacifique entre les communautés déchirées par les effets de guerres si elle est Possible ? Le séminaire doit être organisé publiquement dans un centre ville du Territoire de FIZI /SUD-KIVU /RD-CONGO à BARAKA, une ville de plus de 30.000personnes. Ainsi, nous nous posons la question de savoir comment vous envoyez les textes pour commentaires et ajoutent avant d'organiser le séminaire.


Franche collaboration

LUBANGU Lumenge Jacques . Représentant Légal de l'association " ARMMK"

BANGWE-MAKOBOLA / FIZI / SUD-KIVU / RD-CONGO
Comment by David N. Tshimba on October 31, 2010 at 3:35pm
Craig-- together with many others you are the right agent, doing right things, in the right manner, at the right time, to the right people. This is what I refer to as 'making a difference where it really counts.'

The world over, peace is a necessity and not mere ideal.

We shall keep the fire burning...
Dave
Comment by Cynthia Davis on October 31, 2010 at 2:03pm
This site has literally changed my life in so many wonderful ways. I am supporting others, spreading important information and finding out about so many incredible opportunities for many. I will continue to ask my friends working and volunteering and studying in the area of peace to join. THANK YOU!
Comment by Luka Paulino Morbe Gore on October 31, 2010 at 1:06pm
Hey!
i too had got enormous materials which in my lifetime i thought icould have not get.
your site become part of my everyday friend, to reason we in South sudan we don't have libraries yet.
thank you for the services which are luxurious.

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