Funding In Conflict-Affected Environments

Funding In Conflict-Affected Environments addresses the question – how can independent philanthropy fund activities and initiatives in conflict-affected areas in order to promote and support peacebuilding? The study has been authored by Avila Kilmurray and published by the Social Change Initiative, Belfast and the Working Group on Philanthropy for Social Justice and Peace.

Impact of aid on peace and conflict transformation in a deeply divided society: Lessons from Sri Lanka

The following presentation was shared by Ambika Satkunanathan, Neelan Tiruchelvam Trust, Sri Lanka on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Foundations for Peace Network in November 2016, Philanthropy House, Brussels. I am here this morning to share with you the impact of aid on peace and conflict transformation in Sri Lanka, which could…

Ten years of Peacebuilding Work in Conflict Regions: Reflections and a Policy Contribution from the FFP Network

On the Network’s 10th anniversary (2016), the two publications present the combined experiences and reflections of the members of the Foundations for Peace Network. They offer the lessons from the network members experience and their thinking on the way forward for philanthropy and its role in the current difficult times.

Placing the value of local peacebuilding firmly on the Development Aid agenda

By Monina O’prey Foundations for Peace (FFP) is a global network of local funders working to build peace, alongside social justice, in regions emerging from, or currently experiencing violent conflict. Launched in New York in 2006, the organization works collaboratively on peacebuilding initiatives, including supporting victims and survivors of conflict; working with political prisoners and…

News from the Foundations for Peace Network

The Foundations for Peace Network shares its latest newsletter. This issue highlights some of the recent projects and strategies that funders working in conflict areas are using for peace building, social justice and conflict transformation work. Click on the attachment to read the newsletter. FFP Newsletter 5.pdf