Below are listed peacebuilding and conflict resolution organisations active in Northern Ireland. Click to view local organisations, international, and INGOs
Local peacebuilding organisations in Northern Ireland
Belfast Conflict Resolution Consortium (BCRC)
The BCRC provides a city-wide approach to conflict management in Belfast's interface areas, where loyalist and republicans might clash. It was formed after negotiations between republicans, loyalists and community activists.
Belfast Flags of Hope
Belfast Flags uses art on flags to portray our common and shared human hopes for the future.
Beyond Skin tackle racism and sectarianism in Northern Ireland through arts and cultural events
Causeway Institute for Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution (CIPCR)
CIPCR builds peace in Northern Ireland though active and collaborative engagement in resolving community conflict both locally and internationally.
Co-operation Ireland is a network focuses on respect and tolerance between north and south border communities.
Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ)
The Committee on the Administration of Justice (CAJ) is an organisation to promote human rights the equitable administration of justice in Northern Ireland
Community Dialogue are committed to a dialogue process, developed over the years, to help transform understanding and build trust amongst people who often hold opposing political, social and religious views.
Community Foundation for Northern Ireland
Since 1979, the Community Foundation for Northern Ireland has supported projects and individuals involved in conflict resolution and peacebuilding.
Community Relations Council
The Council aims to foster a peaceful and fair society, based on reconciliation and trust, in Northern Ireland.
Corrymeela promote reconciliation and peacebuilding through the healing of social, religious and political divisions in Northern Ireland.
Cúnamh works in Northern Ireland helping people deal with the personal trauma caused by the Troubles.
Glencree Centre for Peace and Reconciliation
Glencree is a well-established Peace Centre in Northern Ireland, running programmes with communities and young people to address sectarianism and discrimination.
Groundwork Northern Ireland
Groundwork Northern Ireland are using bonfire night - usually an opportunity for conflict, to engage communities in cross-cultural discussions and promote cultural understanding.
Harmony Community Trust
Harmony Community Trust is a cross community organisation founded in 1975 to promote community relations and social inclusion.
Healing Through Remembering
Healing Through Remembering raises awareness and promotes dialogue through the sharing of memories of those affected by violence.
Holywell Trust aims connect those affected by the conflict in order to build peace at the individual level and improve community relations.
Institute for Conflict Research
ICR is a Northern Ireland based organisation that undertakes research on a variety of topics, including violence, human rights, migration and conflict
Irish Network for Nonviolent Action, Training and Education (INNATE)
INNATE acts as a network linking those committed to, or interested in, explicitly non-violent action and training
Kilcranny House promotes peace and reconciliation through education and development.
The Koram Centre is a counselling provider, set up to respond to those people suffering in silence after the conflict in Northern Ireland.
Meath Peace Group
A grassroots organisation who believe that the individual has the power and responsibility to build peace.
Mediation Northern Ireland works toward conflict resolution by providing training and advice.
Peace and Reconciliation Group (PRG)
The Peace and Reconciliation Group works to build bridges and promote a peaceful and inclusive society for all in Northern Ireland.
Peace Players International
Peace Players International brings together children through sport in order to promote a culture of tolerance, peace and respect
REACT: Reconciliation, Education and Communication Training
REACT are based in Armagh City, Northern Ireland and work on community empowerment, skills development and the promotion of reconciliation.
South Tyrone Empowerment Programme (STEP)
A grass-roots organisation working for a more diverse and inclusive society in South Tyrone.
The Speedwell Trust brings children from different backgrounds together through activity projects in order to promote sustainable communication
St Columb’s Park House
‘St Colomb’s Park House Reconciliation and Conference Centre’ operates as a centre for community cohesion and peace building activities
Suffolk Lenadoon Interface Group (SLIG)
SLIG is a community development organisation based in Belfast working on regeneration and peacebuilding.
The De Borda Institute
Based in Northern Ireland, De Borda promotes inclusive voting procedures in contentious elections
TIDES is an organisation dedicated to strengthening community infrastructure so that it is capable of sustaining peace and trust.
Tyrone Donegal Partnership (TDP)
TDP works across the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland to contribute to the improvement of social and economic conditions.
WAVE Trauma Centre
WAVE provides support services to anyone bereaved by The Troubles in Northern Ireland.
A network of churches working together to promote excellence in youth ministry and peacebuilding work.