Alliance for Peacebuilding

Founding Year: 2006

Staff: 11

Budget: ~$1,3m

Uzra Zeya (President and CEO)

A membership network of over 100 organizations including “some of the  largest development organizations, most innovative academic institutions, and the most powerful peacebuilding groups.” They aim to “bring together coalitions in key areas of strategy and policy to elevate the entire peacebuilding field, tackling issues too large for any one organization to address alone.” Their goal is to advance “Sustainable Peace and Security Worldwide.” Their work is based on “a systems approach to peacebuilding that connects multiple sectors.” It  is formerly known as the Alliance for International Conflict Prevention and Resolution (2003-2006). They organize the annual PeaceCon 2018 with 640 attendees from over 250 organizations and 40 countries. 


Working Groups:


  • Media releases
  • A library with resources for peacebuilders
  • HIGHLIGHT: Handbook on Human Security: A Civil-Military-Police Curriculum (Dec 2015, 300p), on leadership in complex environments, peace operations, peacebuilding evaluation, security sector reform, restorative justice, community policing, civil-military-policy-dialogue, multi-stakeholder coordination, and civilian assistance.


Alliance for Peacebuilding contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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