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The AfP is a US-based coalition of diverse organisations and professionals working together to build sustainable peace and security worldwide. Conciliation Resources is a member.

Bond is a network of UK based NGOs working in international development. It seeks to foster greater collaboration amongst UK based NGOs and has more than 350 members. Conciliation Resources is particularly active in the Bond Conflict Policy Group.

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) is home to a range of interconnected programmes that promote the advancement of peace processes, research and learning. CPCS creates opportunities for practitioners, students, academics and analysts to access information and resources that are contextually grounded; and supports people in country and conflict situations through network support mechanisms and consultancy services.

The Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies (CPCS) is home to a range of interconnected programmes that promote the advancement of peace processes, research and learning. CPCS creates opportunities for practitioners, students, academics and analysts to access information and resources that are contextually grounded; and supports people in country and conflict situations through network support mechanisms and consultancy services.

EPLO is the platform for European NGOs, networks and think-tanks active in the field of peacebuilding, who share an interest in promoting sustainable peacebuilding policies among decision-makers in the EU.

The International Dialogue on Peacebuilding and Statebuilding (IDPS) is an international forum for political dialogue between countries affected by conflict and fragility, their international partners, and civil society. Together they seek to identify, agree upon and implement effective ways to support transitions from conflict and fragility to peaceful and resilient states. 

Conciliation Resources is a member of the Mediation Support Network (MSN), a small, global network of primarily non-governmental organisations that support mediation in peace negotiations. MSN strives to promote and improve mediation practice, processes and standards to address political tensions and armed conflict

Saferworld is an independent non-governmental organisation that works to prevent and reduce violent conflict and promote cooperative approaches to security. We worked with them on the EU-funded joint project People’s Peacemaking Perspectives between October 2010 and May 2012, and are currently collaborating on the Capacities for Peace (C4P) project, which seeks to enhance the effectiveness of early warning and early action in 32 conflict-affected contexts.

People's Peacemaking Perspective project: www.c-r.org/PPP

Capacities for Peace project: www.c-r.org/featured-work/capacities-peace

 

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