Working with local partners in vulnerable countries to help them build a sustainable, just and inclusive peace, Partners in Conflict/Partners in Peacebuilding has undertaken projects in dozens of countries around the world, including in India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Burma/Thailand/China, Israel/Palestine, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Russia, Armenia/Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Bulgaria, Lesotho, Senegal, Argentina, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Guyana, Ecuador/Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Mexico, the United States and Canada.
The Partners in Conflict/Partners in Peacebuilding Project has developed partnerships with a number of institutions throughout the world. These relationships provide PIC with a network of local experts to offer on-the-ground support for regionally based collaborative conflict resolution efforts.
Some current and recent initiatives:
- Partners in Conflict in Lesotho
- Partners in Conflict: Ecuador and Peru
- Partners in Peacebuilding in the Balkans Project: Bulgaria
- Partners in Peacebuilding: India
- Partners in Conflict: Pakistan and Kashmir
- Partners in Conflict in the Middle East: Israel/Palestine
- Partners in Peacebuilding in the Arab World: Egypt
- Partners in Peacebuilding: Indonesia
- Partners in Peacebuilding: Guyana/Venezuela
- United Nations Department of Peacekeeping Operations: Training Program for UN Police Peacekeepers