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About The IPCR Initiative
There are five subsections of this menu category. Each of the five subsections listed below is a link to a corresponding pdf file.
Currently, the sole organizational person for The IPCR Initiative is Stefan Pasti.
Stefan Pasti is the founder of The IPCR Initiative, the outreach
coordinator, the writer and editor for The IPCR Journal/Newsletter,
and the writer and designer for the current IPCR website at
[This writer gladly and willingly contributes time, energy, and
money to make the resources and documents of The IPCR Initiative
accessible to those people who might benefit from them.]
The Interfaith Peacebuilding and Community Revitalization (IPCR) Initative
P.O. Box 163 Leesburg, Virginia 20178 (USA)
firstname.lastname@example.org (703) 209-2093
A longer “Autobiographical Sketch” is accessible here, and at my “Collected Writings” website (www.writingsofstefanpasti.net ) (which provides free access writings of mine from the 1960’s to the present time). The "Collected Writings" website (online May, 2011) was created
a) to provide more information about who I am, and how I arrived at building The IPCR Initiative
b) to share what resources I have with others who can make good use of them (all documents are accessible for free)
c) to illustrate to beginning writers that the long and winding path ahead for them may include good results, building blocks which eventually led to good results, some efforts which are of unknown value (but may yet be helpful)—and some writings which just didn’t work
d) and to offer a variety of resources (3 websites now: The Interfaith Peacebuilding and Community Revitalization (IPCR) Initiative at www.ipcri.net ; The Special Moments of Inspiration and Insight Book Project at www.specialmomentsbook.net ; and the Collected Writings of Stefan Pasti at www.writingsofstefanpasti.net ) which can be used to facilitate writing workshops (whether by me or someone else)
The IPCR Initiative
Interfaith Peacebuilding and Community Revitalization