Sustainable Peace is Possible
One Earth Future is an incubator of innovative peacebuilding programs, working hand-in-hand with communities affected by conflict to eliminate the root causes of war.
Facilitates sustainable peace by coordinating collaboration among rural peasant communities, ex-combatants, government, and business.
Fosters lasting peace and stability in Somalia by catalyzing small business investment for job creation and economic development.
Promotes peace, economic stability and resilience in Somali coastal communities through effective co-management of fisheries.
Strengthens the Women, Peace and Security movement to enable more effective and inclusive policy making for a more peaceful world.
Uses open source data analysis and strategic engagement to reduce the risk that nuclear weapons are used in response to error, uncertainty or misdirection.
Partners with decision makers to make peace possible in complex, high stakes international conflict situations through negotiation.
News, Insights & Analysis
This “Empirically Speaking” column explores the ways that collaboration and coordination can act as drivers of trust in local government and data from OEF's PASO Colombia program that shows a meaningful correlation.
In previous publications dated 28 March and 6 April 2022, ONN reported on developments observed at the DPRK’s Punggye-ri nuclear weapon test site and assessed that the DPRK had continued to advance work to restore Tunnel 3–a previously existing but yet unused tunnel–for use in a potential nuclear weapon test.
Director, Dr. Sarah Glaser and Secure Fisheries led Research Featured on Fisheries Conflict Panel
Increasingly, though, an evidence-based argument is taking shape. Whether in local police forces, on-the-ground peacekeeping forces, UN bodies, elected positions and governing bodies, or in high courts, increasing the number of women at the table has a tangible positive impact, including reducing corruption, increasing trust, and creating more sustainable peace.