Recognizing we can’t—and shouldn’t—change the centuries-old security paradigm on our own, we have developed a wide range of partnerships with civil society, governments, international non-governmental organizations, and multilateral organizations.
Civil Society Partners
Local stakeholders best understand their own needs and the challenges and opportunities present in their countries. At Inclusive Security, we believe they are the true experts and agents of change. Their distinct perspectives, life experiences, and relationships maximize the effectiveness of our joint programming and the sustainability of our outcomes. Moreover, they have a right to participate in interventions into their own communities.
- Afghan Women’s Network (AWN)
- Center for Civil Society and Democracy in Syria (CCSDS)
- Nyein (Shalom) Foundation, Myanmar
- PAIMAN Alumni Trust, Pakistan
- Research Institute for Women, Peace, and Security (RIWPS), Afghanistan
Collaborating with policymakers is critical to effecting change. We work with our governmental partners to create and promote high-impact strategies, plans, and policies for increasing women’s participation in peace and security processes. We connect them with women leaders and civil society representatives to foster knowledge sharing and collaboration, and provide actionable research and evidence-based models to strengthen their capacity for inclusion.
- Agency for Gender Equality, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Jordanian National Commission for Women
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Finland
- Ministry of Women’s Affairs and Social Development, Nigeria
- U.S. Department of State
- U.S. Institute of Peace (USIP)
International Non-Governmental Partners
We leverage our partnerships with international organizations to scale our impact and build the nascent field of women, peace, and security.
- Center for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD Centre)
- Conflict Dynamics International (CDI)
- Crisis Action
- Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF)
- Global Center on Cooperative Security (GCCS)
- Halifax International Security Forum (HISF)
- International Peace and Security Institute (IPSI)
- National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI)
- Nonviolent Peace Force (NP)
- NGO Working Group on Women, Peace, and Security (NGOWG)
- One Earth Future Foundation (OEF)
- Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO)
- School for International Training (SIT) – Conflict Transformation Across Cultures Program
- School for International Training (SIT) – DC campus
- U.S. Civil Society Working Group on Women Peace and Security (CSWG)
We work closely with a number of multilateral organizations, including but not limited to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), UN Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (UN CTED), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and UN Women. Many of these partnerships are multi-dimensional, comprising engagements with their country offices, regional centers, and headquarters.