Interpeace is an independent, international peacebuilding organization. Interpeace was initially established in 1994 by the United Nations to develop innovative solutions to build peace. They have a proven and recognized approach to enable people to build lasting peace.
Interpeace has developed Frameworks for Assessing Resilience (FAR):
Frameworks for Assessing Resilience (FAR) is a two-year programme that is designed to better understand, address and assess the key sources of fragility and resilience within conflict- or violence-prone countries. Interpeace believes that in order to transform conflict, it is necessary not only to identify its causes, but also to better understand existing sources of resilience for peacebuilding in societies so that they can be strengthened.
International Cities of Peace™ is a nonprofit, tax-exempt association dedicated to connecting, promoting, and encouraging the global cities of peace movement. An Advisory Council of leaders from global Cities of Peace organizations is working to create an all-inclusive, non-polarizing network of world citizens working on the ground to bring peace to their communities.
This website hosts John Braithwaite's research and blog on war, crime and regulation. John Braithwaite leads the 'Peacebuilding Compared' project and is the founder of the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian National University. The site includes a section on "Peacebuilding Compared."
The Alliance for Peacebuilding (AfP) houses the Peacebuilding Coalition, which is comprised of organizations across 5 continents working to develop a global campaign.Togetherm they launched the Living Dictionary of Peacebuilding.
Riverhouse ePress is a website maintained by Dr. Ron Kraybill, a founder of the first peacebuilding institutes at Eastern Mennonite University and other places. The website markets a low-cost, culturally flexible conflict style inventory, hosts Kraybill's blog on peacebuilding and conflict resolution, and provides free resources for trainers.
The Peacebuilding Practioner is the website of Bjoern Eser and Bryn Higgs. They offer online courses and videos as well as maintain a blog with articles on peacebuilding to promote discussion and conversation,