Click on the tabs below to view local, international and international non-governmental peacebuilding organisations working in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: The Council of Europe is Europe's leading human rights organisation. It oversees the European Court of Human rights, which works in 47 countries across the continent.
Work in Ukraine: The Council of Europe has published a wide ranging two year action plan for economic and judicial reform in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: ICC is the first permanent, treaty based, international criminal court established to help end impunity for the perpetrators of the most serious crimes.
Work in Ukraine: The ICC has opened a preliminary investigation into events in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: IOM is dedicated to promoting humane and orderly migration for the benefit of all, including to migrants in need - refugees, IDPs and other victims of conflict.
Work in Ukraine: The IOM is responding to the needs of IDPs and conflict-affected persons in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: OSCE is the world's largest regional security organisation, based in Vienna.
Work in Ukraine: The OSCE has established a Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine, to observe and report on the situation there.
Organisation overview: UNDP is the UN's key development organisation, seeking to improve lives based on its eight Millennium Development Goals.
Work in Ukraine: The UNDP has a comprehensive range of work in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: The Alliance for Peacebuilding is a global membership association of nearly 100 peacebuilding organisations, developing processes for change in conflict environments around the world.
Work in Ukraine: The Alliance for Peacebuilding has a range of reports and research on Ukraine.
Organisation overview: CAAT works to end the international arms trade, promoting progressive demilitarisation and ending government financial and political support for arms export.
Work in Ukraine: CAAT has sales and arms data on Ukraine.
Organisation overview: Caritas Internationalis is a confederation of over 160 members who are working at the grassroots in almost every country of the world. It supports the poor, vulnerable and excluded, regardless of race or religion.
Work in Ukraine: Caritas is supporting those affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace is a global network of policy research centers in Russia, China, Europe, the Middle East, and the United States.
Work in Ukraine: Carnegie has a programme on Russia and Eurasia, with expert opinion, research, media and events. The Eurasia Outlook research section also provides insight with analysis from experts in Moscow, Washington, and other leading voices.
Organisation overview: Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the Catholic community in the United States.
Work in Ukraine: CRS provides emergency humanitarian assistance to those who affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: The Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue is a private diplomacy organisation with a mission to help prevent, mitigate, and resolve armed conflict through dialogue and mediation.
Work in Ukraine: The HD Centre has run a variety of dialogue initiatives in Ukraine since February 2014, aiming to prevent further polarisation of the conflict.
Organisation overview: Concordis International works with those affected by conflict, using dialogue to help build relationships of mutual trust and develop a lasting peace.
Work in Ukraine: Concordis’ peacebuilding programme in Ukraine will facilitate ‘track 2? dialogue through a series of consultations in a neutral country.
Organisation overview: CMI works to support peace by focusing on mediation and dialogue, mediation support, and conflict prevention and resolution support.
Work in Ukraine: CMI works to support political dialogue in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: DRC focuses on helping people who have fled war and conflict, persecuted because of their race, religion, nationality, political conviction or social affiliation.
Work in Ukraine: The DRC is working on a range of humanitarian and demining programmes in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: International Alert works with local people to build peace by them with training, advice and support. It brings communities together as well as advising companies, governments and international organisations on how they can support peace.
Work in Ukraine: International Alert has a representative office in Ukraine at 8, Zankovetskoi, Kyiv. It is currently implementing a “Psycho-social seeds for Peace” project funded by the European Commission. Activities are implemented with national and international partners, and currently include strengthening the mental-health referral system for IDPs and former combatants, strengthening national peace-building groups at the community level, and research into a range of conflict-related themes.
Organisation overview: The International Campaign to Ban Landmines is a global network of non-governmental organizations, active in around 100 countries, that works for a world free of antipersonnel landmines, where landmine survivors can lead fulfilling lives.
Work in Ukraine: The ICBL has covered reports of mines being used in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: The International Crisis Group conducts independent research and analyis on conflicts around the world.
Work in Ukraine: The ICH has a range of reports and research on Ukraine.
Organisation overview: IFRC is a worldwide humanitarian organisation providing assistance without discrimination as to nationality, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions.
Work in Ukraine: The IFRC is supporting IDPs affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: The IRC responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises and helps people to survive and rebuild their lives.
Work in Ukraine: The IRC has an emergency response team working on humanitarian issues in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: The Karuna Center innovates approaches for transforming conflict across divides by supporting people in all sectors of society to discover their shared capacity for building peace.
Work in Ukraine: The Karuna Center has worked with civil society on conflict management initiatives in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: Nonviolent Peaceforce promotes, develops and implements unarmed civilian peacekeeping as a tool for reducing violence and protecting civilians in situations of violent conflict.
Work in Ukraine: Nonviolent Peaceforce is working with local civil society and has conducted a series of training working to resolve the conflict.
Organisation overview: The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) is an independent, humanitarian, non-profit, non-governmental organisation that provides assistance, protection and durable solutions to refugees and internally displaced persons worldwide.
Work in Ukraine: The Norwegian Refugee Council is providing emergency relief to those affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: PRIO conducts academic research and analysis on peace and conflict worldwide.
Work in Ukraine: PRIO has a range of research and publications on Ukraine.
Organisation overview: PeaceWomen is a programme of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), the longest-standing women’s peace organisation in the world. It was founded in 2000 to strengthen women’s rights and participation in international peace and security efforts.
Work in Ukraine: PeaceWomen supports the women working to bring peace to Ukraine.
Organisation overview: SIPRI is an independent international institute dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament.
Work in Ukraine: SIPRI provides information on arms transfers in Ukraine.
Organisation overview: swisspeace is a practice-oriented peace research institute. It conducts research on the causes of violent conflicts and develop strategies for their peaceful transformation.
Work in Ukraine: swisspeace has organised roundtables on Ukraine through its Centre for Peacebuilding.