A crucial piece of our work is bringing the many projects and groups forward and giving them a voice.

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Project Amal ou Salam is a grassroots organization dedicated to empowering Syria’s children to rebuild their country and work for peace. As the first organization spotlighted and supported by us they earn the distinction of top placement. Project amal ou Salam

Peace Learning Center of Indianapolis educates, inspires and empowers people to live peacefully. Our Vision is to build a community of peace where respect is primary and justice is real. Peace Learning Center Indianapolis

A friend and mentor to us Dr. Sarah Federman. She can help with finishing that pesky thesis or dissertation and her academic work explores language and meaning-making as it relates to conflict and reconciliation, looking specifically at post mass atrocity issues (apology, truth-telling, forgiveness and accountability-corporate, State, and personal). Sarah Federman

International Crisis Group Crisis Group has more than twenty years of experience in working to prevent, manage and resolve deadly conflict.
Field research
Our expert analysts engage directly with all parties to a conflict as they conduct research on the ground, share multiple perspectives and propose practical policy solutions.
Sharp analysis
We publish comprehensive reports and timely commentaries to inform decision making and shape the public debate on how to limit threats to peace and security.
High-level advocacy
We work with heads of government, policymakers, media, civil society, and conflict actors themselves to sound the alarm of impending conflict and to open paths to peace. International Crisis Group

International Justice Mission We believe the children, families and communities we serve deserve the very best. We owe it to them – and to those who make our work possible – to ensure that our work is effective. That’s why we base the design and management of our programs on evidence we collect through rigorous documentation, monitoring and evaluation. International Justice Mission

Vision of Humanity is a strong proponent of the need to further study, advocate and act on peace. It groups together a number of interrelated initiatives focused on global peace which enjoy the support of a wide range of philanthropists, business people, politicians, religious leaders and intellectuals. It brings a strategic approach to raising the world’s attention and awareness around the importance of peace to humanity’s survival in the 21st century. Vision of Humanity

Conservation International For nearly 30 years, Conservation International (CI) has been protecting nature for the benefit of all .
We know that human beings are totally dependent on nature — and that by saving nature, we’re saving ourselves. To that end, CI is helping to build a healthier, more prosperous and more productive planet. Conservation International

Institute for Conflict Research ICR works with and for central and local government, statutory agencies and the community and voluntary sector across Northern Ireland. ICR also works internationally on a consultative basis or in partnerships to advocate and promote good practice in policy and delivery. Our networks within hard-to-reach groups and long-standing connections with a range of communities, means we are frequently sub-commissioned by academic institutions to provide on-the-ground research for their research projects. Institute for Conflict Research

American Friends Service Committee Founded in 1917, AFSC is a Quaker organization that promotes lasting peace with justice, as a practical expression of faith in action.
Drawing on continuing spiritual insights and working with people of many backgrounds, we nurture the seeds of change and respect for human life that transform social relations and systems. American Friends Service Committee

Mellon Educate is an Irish-based African development charity founded by developer & philanthropist Niall Mellon in 2002 and established as a charitable company in 2004. Mellon Educate

Families & Schools Together, Inc is a non-profit organization whose mission is the development and worldwide dissemination of FAST®, the internationally acclaimed parent engagement program. Families & Schools Together

Northern Ireland Youth Forum is youth led. This means that it is run by young people and is all about young people.
The NIYF is a youth-led organization that lobbies, advocates, promotes and fights for the rights of young people. We believe that young people have an important role to play.
The Youth Forum exists to support young people to affect positive change for themselves and for their communities; we believe young people sound be invested in; can be part of the solution; want to be empowered and must be listened to.
We believe that one person can make a difference; and that together we can achieve great things. Northern Ireland Youth forum

The Warren For the past 30 years, The Warren Youth Project – an independent charity – has been providing vital support services to marginalised and vulnerable young people in Hull. Operating from a former fire- station in Hull city-centre, the Warren’s staff team offers free support, guidance, training, music, education and counselling services to young people aged 14-25 who are experiencing unemployment, homelessness, isolation, sexual abuse, physical abuse, drug-abuse, bullying, neglect, domestic violence, family-relationship breakdown, learning difficulties, racism and homophobia. We also work very closely with young people who are experiencing physical and mental health problems such as self-harming, eating disorders, depression, psychosis, STDs and loneliness to name but a few. The Warren

The Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict (GPPAC) is a member-led network of civil society organisations (CSOs) active in the field of conflict prevention and peacebuilding across the world. GPPAC consists of hundreds of civil society organisations from around the world and what unites them all is a dedication to conflict prevention and peacebuilding. Beyond that, GPPAC’s network members have many different approaches and priorities. The network’s work must be guided by a strategic plan providing a framework under which all GPPAC activities fit, but which leaves enough room for members’ own perspectives and choices. GPPAC

The International Peace & Security Institute (IPSI) empowers the next generation of peacemakers. Founded on the core belief that education can mitigate violent conflict, IPSI facilitates the transfer of knowledge and skills to a global audience from the world’s premier political leaders, academic experts, practitioners, and advocates. The Institute develops comprehensive training programs, advances scholarly research, and promotes efforts to raise public awareness of peace and security issues. IPSI

Virginia Civic Engagement Table strengthens and connects Virginia’s progressive nonprofit organizations and activists and acts as a hub for the larger progressive community. We believe our Commonwealth works best when every voice is heard.
Our partners work together to advance equality, justice, and opportunity, to win shared policy victories and strive to engage underrepresented communities in the democratic process. Virginia Civic Engagement Table

The Black Youth Project The Black Youth Project was a national research project launched in 2004 that examined the attitudes, resources, and culture of African American youth ages 15 to 25, exploring how these factors and others influence the decision-making, norms, and behavior of black youth. Understanding the need to make this data available to a wider constituency beyond the academy Professor Cathy Cohen, the Black Youth Project’s principle investigator, decided to create an online hub for Black youth where scholars, educators, community activist, youth allies, and youth could access the study’s research summaries as well as have access to a plethora of resources concerning the empowerment and development of black youth. The Black Youth Project

Serve Your City strives to engage and motivate underserved D.C. students through inspiring programming across a range of academic, community engagement, and athletic activities. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, we’re supported by a passionate team of volunteers and caring organizations who all believe in giving opportunities to those that need it most. Serve Your City

CRAIC NI stands for Cultivate Respect, Appreciate Inclusion in Communities in Northern Ireland. CRAIC NI

Our primary goal is to develop and deliver quality learning experiences that focus on integration, cohesion and inclusive action. We aim to foster a wider understanding about diversity and change in the social landscape of Northern Ireland.

Our main focus is to provide an authentic experience in understanding the context and reality of cultural diversity in Northern Ireland. We develop and deliver tailor-made programmes by experienced practitioners who are themselves from different cultural and community backgrounds. We provide authentic and quality positive learning experiences to enable:

Culture Awareness in Action

Appreciation and Management of Diversity

Encouragement and Engagement with Diverse Communities

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