Frank Kaufmann is Editor in Chief of New World Encyclopedia (a values based, general knowledge encyclopedia), executive director of the Inter-Religious Federation for World Peace (an international, interreligious peace organization), founder and president of Values in Knowledge Foundation (a movement to to meet the challenges and undo the harm caused by declining content in the world of knowledge and information).
Frank Kaufmann's work for peace includes efforts in over 65 countries with successes in conflict ridden and violent environments.
This mission to produce and maintain New World Encyclopedia involves supporting a virtual academy of over 500 international scholars as contributors.
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