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War Resisters' International launches WRI Wiki

WRI WikiWRI WikiWar Resisters' International lauched a new Wiki page - WRI Wiki - with the publication of the latest issue of its newsletter The Broken Rifle. xperienced and beginning Wiki users are welcome to come on board. Please make sure to create an identity and log in to every session. You need to be logged in to write new messages or edit existing messages, though you are free to look around the site as an anonymous guest.

What is WRI Wiki? A Wiki is a web based collaboration tool - many might have heard of Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia. On a Wiki, everyone can edit a text, add a new text, and so WRI activists can together create a useful resource on the web. So far, WRI staff "populated" the Wiki with a few articles on war profiteers. But there are no limits.

You can add whatever you want, as long as it is related to WRI.

Although the WRI Wiki has been started mostly in English, you are welcome to add texts in other languages.

War Resisters' International hopes that the Wiki will improve the cooperation among WRI activists, and will create a joint resource on nonviolence and antimilitarism. But, in the end, it all depends on YOU.

Check it out at http://wri-irg.org/wiki

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