The group has drawn up a charter that will govern its activities. It advocates local peace building efforts, but emphasizes learning from transnational experiences.
|1||May 2005||Major Peacebuilding conference in Derry, Northern Ireland|
|2||Jun 2006||International Launch of the Foundations for Peace Network at the UN Church Centre, New York (with policy publication)|
|3||Jun 2006||Conference – The contribution of indigenous Foundations to Peacebuilding|
|4||May 2008||Launch of Victim’s Empowerment Case studies report and major conference on Victims and Survivors of Conflict held in Belfast, Northern Ireland|
|5||Feb 2009||Ford Foundation Conference on Social Justice and Philanthropy with FFP in Cairo, Egypt|
|6||Feb 2010||‘Small Money: Big Impact’ Publication launched at key FFP conference on Peacebuilding, social justice and philanthropy in New Delhi India|
|7||May 2014||Women and Peacebuilding: Sharing the Learning – major conference in Belfast March 2014|
|8||Nov 2016||10 years of Foundations for Peace: Sharing the Learning Conference in Brussels|
10 Years of Foundations for Peace
Sharing the Learning Conference
3rd/4th November 2016
European Foundation Centre, Bruxelles.
The convening will:
• discuss a new paradigm for development in contested or deeply divided societies
• explore the role of different types of community intervention in peace and conflict transformation
• explore new models of partnership working for community based conflict transformation in contested or deeply divided societies.