The belief that partnerships lead to better results is one of the core values underlying our approach. The potential, needs and interests of our partners combined with our own expertise shape what we do and how we do it. Collaborating with partners and donors allows us to create higher levels of synergy and effectiveness. The following list comprises an illustrative sample of our partners.
In the past we have collaborated with, or have received support from many partners all over the world. These include:
Our project work benefits from the generous funding of many donors who support our mission of creating space for conflict transformation. Among our donors from all over the world are:
The Berghof Foundation is a member of the following organisations and platforms providing opportunities for networking with like-minded partners in order to better achieve its goals:
The European Peace Liaison Office is a European association of non-governmental organisations which are engaged in peacebuilding, crisis prevention and conflict resolution. Being a platform for collaboration amongst a community of like-minded partners, it is also lobbying for a more prominent role of peaceful tools and strategies in the policies of the European Union. EPLO’s office is located in Brussels, Belgium.
Working Group on Education and Fragility
INEE is a network of practitioners from international NGOs, UN and government agencies who work to promote education opportunities in crisis or conflict areas. It supports its members amongst others through information sharing and management, advocacy work and providing tools for practice and policy.
The Initiative Mediation Support Deutschland (IMSD) consists of a consortium of five non-governmental organisations that aim to further the knowledge and application of mediation and mediation support in public discourse and Germany’s (foreign) policy and to integrate mediation as one efficient and sustainable instrument of civilian crisis prevention.
The Network for Religious and Traditional Peacemakers brings together actors to provide global support for grassroots to international peace and peacebuilding efforts. The aim of the Network is to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of peace-focused efforts by collaboratively supporting and strengthening the positive role of religious and traditional actors in peace and peacebuilding processes.