Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Building Peace Alliances





The Alliance for Peacebuilding leads a community of 100 organizations building peaceful and just societies around the world. In this integrated field, AfP amplifies the strengths of its members through collaboration, tackling a spectrum of issues too large for any one organization to address alone.
Based in Washington, DC, AfP serves as a backbone, innovation hub, and vocal advocate for our community.  We reach across disciplinary divides, bridging theory and practice, linking policymakers and citizens, and innovating the cutting-edge solutions necessary to meet the challenges of today’s turbulent conflict landscape.

Peacebuilding is an elastic term, encompassing a wide range of efforts by diverse actors in government and civil society at the community, national, and international levels to address the immediate impacts and root causes of conflict before, during, and after violent conflict occurs.

Peacebuilding ultimately supports human security—where people have freedom from fear, freedom from want, and freedom from humiliation.

Peacebuilding efforts aim to manage, mitigate, resolve, and transform central aspects of conflict through official diplomacy, civil society peace processes, and informal dialogues, negotiations, and mediations. Peacebuilding addresses root causes of violence and fosters reconciliation to prevent the return of instability and violence. Peacebuilding efforts seek to change beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors and to transform dynamics between individuals and groups toward a more stable, peaceful coexistence. Peacebuilding also helps create structures and institutions that provide platforms for the nonviolent resolution of conflict and stabilize fractured societies.

Organizational Members

(How to) Build Up
Barcelona, Spain {+}

Alliance for Middle East Peace
Washington, DC {+}

American Friends of the Parents Circle
Portland, OR {+}

American Friends Service Committee
Washington, DC {+}

Andi Leadership Institute for Young Women
Washington, DC {+}

Beyond Conflict
Medford, MA {+}

BRDGES Academy
Tampa, Florida {+}

Bridgeway Group, The
Cambridge, MA {+}

Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiation
Ontario, Canada {+}

Carter Center, The
Atlanta, GA {+}

Catholic Relief Services
Baltimore, MD {+}

CDA Collaborative Learning Projects
Cambridge, MA {+}

CDR Associates
Boulder, CO {+}

Center for Citizen Peacebuilding, University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA {+}

Center for Conflict Studies, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey
Monterey, CA {+}

Center for Global Affairs, New York University
New York, NY {+}

Center for Global Health and Peacebuilding
Milwaukee, WI {+}

Center for International Conflict Resolution, Columbia University
New York, NY {+}

Center for Justice & Peacebuilding, Eastern Mennonite University
Harrisonburg, VA {+}

Charity & Security Network
Washington, DC {+}

Chemonics International
Washington, DC {+}

Civilian Peace Service Canada
Ottowa, Canada {+}

Communities in Transition
Stevenson, MD {+}

Conciliation Resources
London, United Kingdom {+}

Concordis International
London, United Kingdom {+}

Conflict Information Consortium, University of Colorado
Boulder, CO {+}

Conflict Management Program, School of Advanced International Studies, John Hopkins University
Washington, DC {+}

Conflict Resolution Institute, University of Denver
Denver, CO {+}

Consensus
New York, NY {+}

Consensus Building Institute
Cambridge, MA {+}

Conservation International, Center for Environment and Peace
Arlington, VA {+}

Creative Associates International
Washington, DC {+}

Crisis Management Initiative- Martti Ahtisaari
Helsinki, Finland {+}

Cure Violence
Chicago, IL {+}

Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance, University of Massachusetts-Boston
Boston, Massachusetts {+}

El-Hibri Foundation
New York, NY {+}

Environmental Law Institute
Washington, DC {+}

Equal Access International
Washington, DC {+}

FHI 360
Durham, NC {+}

Frank Zeidler Center for Public Discussion, The
Milwaukee, WI {+}

Friends Committee On National Legislation
Washington, DC {+}

Fund for Peace, The
Washington, DC {+}

GHR Foundation
Minnetonka, MN {+}

Global Peace Building Foundation
Pittsburgh, PA {+}

Graduate Programs in Coexistence and Conflict, Brandeis University
Waltham, MA {+}

Great Lakes Restoration
Virginia Beach, VA {+}

HasNa Inc.
Washington, DC {+}

Institute for Economics and Peace
Sydney, Australia {+}

Institute for Inclusive Security
Washington, DC {+}

Institute for Integrated Transitions
Barcelona, Spain {+}

Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy
Washington, DC {+}

Institute for State Effectiveness
Washington, DC {+}

Institute of World Affairs
Washington, DC {+}

InterAction
Washington, DC {+}

International Alert
London, United Kingdom {+}
International Association of Process Oriented Psychology Worldwork Committee
Portland, OR {+}
International Center for Religion and Diplomacy
Washington, DC {+}
International Center on Nonviolent Conflict
Washington, DC {+}
International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program, American University
Washington, DC {+}
International Peace and Conflict Resolution Program, Arcadia University
Philadelphia, PA {+}
International Peace and Security Institute
Washington, DC {+}
International Storytelling Center
Jonesborough, TN {+}
Interpeace
Geneva, Switzerland {+}
IREX
Washington, DC {+}
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, Kroc School of Peace Studies, University of San Diego
San Diego, CA {+}
Karuna Center for Peacebuilding
Amherst, MA {+}
Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN {+}
Mediators Beyond Borders
Arlington, VA {+}
Mercy Corps, Conflict Management Group
Portland, OR {+}
NAFSA: Association of International Educators
Washington, DC {+}
Nexus Fund, The
Washington, DC {+}
Nonviolent Peaceforce
Brussels, Belgium {+}
OneVoice Movement
New York, NY {+}
Outward Bound Center for Peacebuilding
Long Island City, NY {+}
PartnersGlobal
Washington, DC {+}
Partnership for Sustainability and Peacebuilding
Milwaukee, WI {+}
Pax Christi International
Brussels, BE {+}
Peace Action Training and Research Institute of Romania
Cluj-Napoca, Romania {+}
Peace Alliance, The
Washington, DC {+}
Peace Appeal Foundation
Charlottesville, VA {+}
Peace Direct
New York, NY {+}
Peace Initiative Network
Kano, Nigeria {+}
PeaceGeeks Society
Vancouver, Canada {+}
Peaceplayers International
Washington, DC {+}
Peter C. Alderman Foundation
Bedford, NY {+}
Program for the Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration, Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY {+}
Program on Negotiation, Harvard Law School
Cambridge, MA {+}
Public Conversations Project
Cambridge, MA {+}
Purdue Peace Project
Lafayette, IN {+}
Quaker United Nations Office, New York
New York, NY {+}
Rotary Peace Fellowship
Evanston, IL {+}
Saferworld
London, United Kingdom {+}
Salam Institute for Peace and Justice
Washington, DC {+}
School of Conflict Analysis and Resolution, George Mason University
Arlington, VA {+}
Search for Common Ground
Washington, DC {+}
Shift Network, The
Petaluma, CA {+}
SIL International
Dallas, TX {+}
Stanford Center on International Conflict and Negotiation
Stanford, CA {+}
Sustained Dialogue Institute
Washington, DC {+}
Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
New York {+}


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