MINELRES: New website for Conciliation Resources

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Sat Sep 23 09:58:26 2006

Original sender: Conciliation Resources <newweb@c-r.org>

Dear colleagues and friends,

Conciliation Resources (CR) has re-launched its website 
http://www.c-r.org and we would like to invite you to take a look.

Our redesigned website aims to be more user-friendly, informative and 

accessible.  We wanted to bring to life the peacebuilding work we do  
with our partners in areas affected by armed conflict around the  
world and to illustrate this as clearly as possible.

See http://www.c-r.org/our-work/index.php

Our Accord publication series is also now easier to navigate and  
remains a great source of free online information about peace  
processes and agreements.

See http://www.c-r.org/our-work/accord/index.php

With regular visitors to the site from over 120 countries, we felt it 

vital to provide a text-only version for those with slower internet  
connections and older computers. New language sections and an  
improved search engine also make it easier to find our available  
resources in Russian, Spanish and Portuguese.

Other new features allow people to listen to some of our partners’  
radio projects, buy Accord publications online or make regular and  
one-off online donations to Conciliation Resources.  See:


We will be working over the coming months to further develop and  
improve the site so any feedback or suggestions will be most  
appreciated. Email us at webfeedback@c-r.org

The website will be regularly updated but you can also sign up online 

if you’d like to receive occasional e-updates about our latest  
publications, projects and news.


Finally, we wish to take this opportunity to thank our donors and web 

designer for helping make this new site a reality. We do hope you  
find it useful.

Thank you for your continuing support.

Communications Team
Conciliation Resources
173 Upper Street
London N1 1RG
United Kingdom
Email: webfeedback@c-r.org
Website: http://www.c-r.org

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