Fund for Peace
Fund for Peace

Founding Year: 1957

Staff: 10

Budget:

Paul Turner (President and Executive Director)

An independent non-profit and non-governmental research organization working “to prevent violent conflict and promote sustainable security.” Focused “on conflict assessment and early warning, transnational threats, peacekeeping, and security and human rights”. Through its programs it “empowers policy-makers, practitioners, and populations with context-specific, data-driven applications to diagnose risks and vulnerabilities and to develop solutions through collective dialogue.”

Focus areas:

Publications:

  • Analysis
  • Reports
  • Deconflictions Archives
  • News
  • HIGHLIGHTS:
    • Fragile States Index – A critical tool for making political risk assessments and early “warning of conflict accessible to policy-makers and the public at large.” Hence, highlights “pertinent vulnerabilities which contribute to the risk of state fragility.”

Fund for Peace contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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