Partners

The Center for Research and Popular Education (Centro de Investigación y Educación Popular - CINEP)

Centro de Investigación y Educación Popular (CINEP) is a private not-for-profit organisation established by the Jesuits in 1972 to contribute to a more human and equitable society through promoting human integral and sustainable development. 

The Corporation of Social and Economic Research and Action (Corporación de Investigación y Acción Social y Económica - CIASE)

Corporación de Investigacón y Acción Social y Económica (CIASE) is a feminist organisation that promotes implementation of human rights, with a special emphasis on economic, social and cultural rights. Their goal is to support democratic, responsible, just, equal and sustainable societies where equality in difference is acknowledged, and conflicts are negotiated with consideration of rights for all. 

Foro Arauca

Foro Arauca is a member of the international advisory board of this initiative led by the Mennonites that promotes dialogue between grassroots organisations and major political and economic stakeholders in one of the most conflict affected regions in Colombia.

The Institute for Development and Peace Studies (Institute de estudios para el desarrollo y la paz - INDEPAZ)

The INDEPAZ Foundation is a non-governmental organisation that works to encourage a climate of reconciliation, dialogue, non-violence and regard for human life, with respect for social justice, human rights and human dignity.

Surround Ourselves Dialogue (Rodeemos el Diálogo - RED)

RED is a group of Colombians, and friends of Colombia, resident in the UK and Colombia, who actively support the peace negotiations between the Colombian Government and the FARC through awareness raising and dialogue.

Women Peace and Security Collective (Colectivo de Mujeres, Paz y Seguridad)

The Women Peace and Security Collective is an initiative of dialogue and reconciliation between women with different social, economic and political backgrounds, including human right activists, academics, former combatants, members of the security sector, indigenous and black women, journalists and business women. All members share a common commitment for a better future for all in Colombia. They have captured their thinking and appeal in an Ethical Pact for Peace.