Below are listed peacebuilding and conflict resolution organisations active in Liberia. Click to view local organisations, international, and INGOs
Local peacebuilding organisations in Liberia
Camp for Peace Liberia
Camp for Peace Liberia (CFP-Liberia) is a non-profit organisation working with young people to promote sustainable peace and development.
Center for Media Studies and Peace Building (CEMESP)
Through the promotion of free media, CEMESP hopes to foster democratic accountability as a basis for peace and development.
Flomo Theater Production (FTP)
The Flomo Theater Production was established for the purpose of promoting peace, development and reconciliation in Liberia through theatre.
Foundation For International Dignity (FIND)
FIND is the only national organisation in Liberia that has relocated its national headquarters from Monrovia to rural Liberia to strengthen its relationships with the community.
Foundation for Peace and Development (FDP)
The Foundation for Peace and Development is a grassroots organisation working within Liberia in the fields of peacebuilding & conflict mediation.
Inter-Religious Council of Liberia (IRCL)
The IRCL is a joint effort between the Liberian Council of Churches and the Liberian Muslim Council to prevent, manage and resolve conflicts in Liberia. The IRCL was instrumental in formulating the framework for the ECOWAS Peace Plan.
Justice and Peace Commission (JPC)
The work of JPC covers conflict resolution training, access to justice and human rights monitoring in Liberia.
Liberia Media Center (LMC)
LMC works in the areas of media development, access to information, transparency and accountability, and peacebuilding in Liberia.
Lofa Community Empowerment Program (LOCEP)
The Lofa Community Empowerment Program is a volunteer organisation which works to promote equal access to work and opportunities in Liberia.
Messengers of Peace Liberia (MOP)
MOP-Liberia is an NGO based in Monrovia who aim to foster a committment to the peace process amongst the youth of Liberia through community engagement.
NAYMOTE is a leading Liberian grassroots organisation promoting democracy, peacebuilding, human rights, and civic engagement.
Pan African Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution (PAC)
PAC promotes peace education, community development, capacity building, training programmes, trauma counselling, human rights issues and volunteering in Liberia.
Peace Building Resource Centre (PBRC)
PBRC works to create an environment suitable for peace in Liberia through research, training, advocacy and community development.
Platform for Dialogue and Peace in Liberia (P4PD)
P4PD is a successful local peacebuilding organisation driven by a desire to reduce conflict through the design of novel conflict resolution models.
Rights and Rice Foundation (RRF)
RRF works for social justice in Liberia, including creating community peace structures to mediate conflicts and undertake peacebuilding initiatives.
Rural Integrated Center for Community Empowerment (RICCE)
RICCE empowers rural communities to participate in decision-making in Liberia, with emphasis on community peace and security
The Committee for Peace and Development Advocacy (COPDA)
The goal of COPDA is to promote peaceful co-existence in Liberia through mediation and the resolution of community conflict.
The Liberia Media for Democratic Initiatives (LMDI)
LMDI works nationally to achieve good governance and promote peaceful co-existence through media related programs and outreach.
United Youth Movement Against Violence (UYMAV)
UYMAV works with young people and women to empower them live meaningfully in a violence free society in Liberia.
West Africa Network for Peacebuilding – Liberia (WANEP-Liberia)
WANEP began in 1998 as a response to the decade-long civil war in Liberia. WANEP works with grassroots peacebuilding organisations.
Women of Liberia Peace Network (WOLPNET)
WOLPNET seeks peaceful co-existence, to increase women and children's economic and political empowerment, and to promote women's rights in Liberia.
Youth Crime Watch of Liberia (YCW)
YCW hopes to offer real employment prospects to young people so that they can become advocates for peace and crime reduction.
YAL works with young people in Liberia by inspiring, motivating and empowering their leadership capacities.