Gesr Center for Development (GCD): In 2019-2020, Conflict Dynamics is partnering with GCD to increase youth participation, especially through an initiative to engage young people in conversation with leadership from the Transitional Government of Sudan and the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) to explore how youth can participate in governance and political processes during and after Sudan’s transitional period.
Democratic Thought Project (DTP): In 2016-2019, Conflict Dynamics conducted a series of workshops with DT and their Reading for Change initiative on options for youth participation in Sudan’s governance and political processes.
Taskforce for the Engagement of Women in Sudan: In 2015-2017, Conflict Dynamics partnered with the Taskforce on a series of workshops, seminars, and consultation sessions to explore accommodating dialogue processes and governance arrangements in Sudan (in Khartoum as well as at the state and local levels).
Teeba Press: In 2015-2018, Conflict Dynamics partnered with Teeba Press on a series of workshops and training materials on political accommodation in Sudan with media practitioners.
Academy for Peace and Development (APD): Conflict Dynamics has partnered with APD on a range of projects, including on a research project on options for the reform of the Guurti (upper house of parliament) of Somaliland.
Center for Research and Development (CRD): Conflict Dynamics has partnered with CRD on a range of projects, including on the delivery of training on constitutional options for senior Ministry of Interior and National Security staff.
Somalia NGO Consortium: Conflict Dynamics is a member of the Somalia NGO Consortium, which promotes information sharing, cooperation, and joint advocacy initiatives among local and international NGOs working in Somalia and Somaliland.
Somali Youth Development Network (SOYDEN): Conflict Dynamics has partnered with SOYDEN for over four years, including on supporting the establishment of over 20 district peace committees in Lower Juba, Bay, Bakool, Gedo, Hiiraan, Middle Shabelle, and Banadir.
South Sudan Program
Centre for Peace and Development Studies (CPDS): Conflict Dynamics has partnered with CPDS to conduct events and hold consultations over the years. An institute for interdisciplinary study, research, teaching and training, and public dialogue on conflict, peace, and development issues, CPDS is based at Juba University.
South Sudan NGO Forum: Conflict Dynamics is a member of the South Sudan NGO Forum, an independent coordinating body of national and international NGOs that serves and facilitates the work of its members to address the humanitarian and development needs in South Sudan.
Local Administration Councils Unit (LACU): Conflict Dynamics partnered with LACU to put on a workshop examining the role of decentralization in resolving the Syrian conflict.
swisspeace & FarikBeirut: In 2015, Conflict Dynamics partnered with swisspeace and FarikBeirut to conduct research and produce a report on local peacebuilding efforts in Syria (Inside Syria).
Children in Armed Conflict Accountability Initiative
Global Child Protection Working Group: Conflict Dynamics is an associate member of the UNICEF-led global level forum for coordination and collaboration on child protection in humanitarian settings, housed within the Global Protection Cluster.
Quilting for Change (Q4C): In 2015, Q4C partnered with Conflict Dynamics to support outreach activities on CAC accountability in Colombia.
Humanitarian Negotiations and Humanitarian Access
Geneva Centre for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH): Since 2013, Conflict Dynamics has partnered with CERAH by contributing to CERAH’s humanitarian action curriculum, including through the facilitation of trainings. Conflict Dynamics is also currently co-developing a distance learning package with CERAH on humanitarian access in situations of armed conflict.
Government of Switzerland: Since 2009, Conflict Dynamics has partnered with the Government of Switzerland on the Humanitarian Access in Situations of Armed Conflict Initiative, including to co-develop (in consultation with ICRC and UN OCHA) a comprehensive methodological approach to improving humanitarian access.
International Committee for the Red Cross (ICRC): Since 2013, Conflict Dynamics has partnered with the ICRC by facilitating content from Conflict Dynamics’ humanitarian access training as part of ICRC’s External Training program.
Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC): Since 2013, Conflict Dynamics has partnered with NRC to increase the capacity of its field teams to improve access and negotiations in several operational contexts.
UN World Food Programme (WFP): Since 2013, Conflict Dynamics has partnered with WFP to increase the capacity of its field teams to improve access and negotiations in several operational contexts.