Our Members

Join a network of over 50 organizations around the world that seek to support new ways of strengthening the positive engagement of religious and traditional peacemakers in peace and peacebuilding processes. The Network supports collaborative work and engagement. Working collaboratively is more than just the intersection of common goals – it involves engaged, collective determination to reach shared objectives of collaboratively supporting the positive role of religious and traditional actors.

How

to get

involved 

There are many opportunities to get involved in Network activities, either as a member or supporter. If you believe that your organization would benefit from being a member of the Network and meets the criteria outlined in the Terms of Reference, please contact our Membership Coordinator, Rachel Palermo (Rachel.palermo@kua.fi) to learn more about the membership process.

Organizations and individuals that have the capacity and the desire to advance the Network’s mission but are unable to commit to membership can still be Network supporters. While supports do not have the right to vote, they are encouraged to contribute, based on their interests and capabilities, to specific activities and working groups. Apply to join the Network as a supporter using this link!

Our Members & Supporters

The strength of the Network is in cooperation. The Network is formed from an array of actors, including inter-and-intra-governmental agencies, regional bodies, academic institutions, international and national organizations, civil society, and most importantly, religious and traditional peacemakers.

United Nations MSU

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations

United Nations Development Programme

United Nations Population Fund

UN Office for Genocide Prevention and Responsibility to Protect

United Nations Women

Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland

Finn Church Aid

KAICIID

Organization of Islamic Cooperation

Religions for Peace

Adyan Foundation

Aga Khan Development Network

Al Amana Centre

Archbishop of Canterbury’s Office for Reconciliation

Berghof Foundation

Berkley Center at Georgetown University

Crisis Management Initiative

Conciliation Resources

Danmission

Da’Wah Institute of Nigeria

Dialogue Advisory Group

ETH Zurich/CSS

Finn Church Aid Americas

Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Mission (FELM)

Folke Bernadotte Academy

Football for Peace

Forum for Promoting Peace in Muslim Societies

Government of Kosovo

Inclusive Peace and Transition Initiative

Initiatives of Change

International Center for Religion and Diplomacy

International Forum of Engaged Buddhists

Islamic Relief Worldwide

Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice

Middle East Women’s Leadership Network

Nishkam

Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe

International Partnership on Religion and Sustainable Development

Pax Christi International

Rose Castle Foundation

Salam Institute for Peace and Justice

Tangaza University

The Ministry of Awqaf and Religious Affairs, Oman

Tony Blair Institute for Global Change

United Religions initiative

United States Institute of Peace

University of Birmingham

University of Sussex

World Council of Churches

World Vision International

Alliance for Peacebuilding

Communities in Transition

Cordoba Foundation of Geneva

Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD)

International Association for the Defence of Religious Liberty

Kalam Research and Media

Libya Institute for Advanced Studies

German Federal Foreign Office

Norwegian Church Aid

Quakers UN Office

Sant’Egidio

Swisspeace

Tanenbaum

The Observatoire Pharos

The Office of Social Justice

The Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs

University of Winchester

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