Sustainable Peace is Possible
One Earth Future incubates innovative peacebuilding programs, working hand-in-hand with communities affected by conflict to eliminate the root causes of war.
Our Pillars of Innovation
A relentless focus on empirical data informs our creation and scaling of programs with a long-term vision of sustained peace, conflict resolution and reduced risk.
We collaborate closely with community stakeholders to design solutions for peace at the intersection of national authority, local wisdom, and international expertise.
Our unique program incubation process is built on the idea that solutions require an initial investment period and subsequent iterations to generate measurable, scalable models for peace.
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.
Our Secure Future
Strengthens the Women, Peace and Security movement to enable more effective and inclusive policy making for a more peaceful world.
Open Nuclear Network
Uses open source data analysis and strategic engagement to reduce the risk that nuclear weapons are used in response to error, uncertainty or misdirection.
eXperimental Negotiation Initiative
Partners with decision makers to make peace possible in complex, high stakes international conflict situations through negotiation.
News, Insights & Analysis
Coffee to Combat Conflict: Launching Costal Campesino de Colombia in Europe
An emblematic brand for peace borns in Colombia: the first specialty coffee processed by ex-combatants and farmers victims of the armed conflict to be exported to Europe.
ONN Launches Its First Nuclear Risk Reduction Newsletter
The Open Nuclear Network's Nuclear Risk Reduction Newsletter features an end-of-the-month summary of key developments on the Korean Peninsula and in Northeast Asia and updates on publications and activities by the ONN team and members of its Engagement Network, ONN's group of trusted advisers.
"Combatting the Psychology of Bias:" OEF's Conor Seyle in SSIR
How can social impact organizations do a better job of creating environments that encourage risk reduction behavior in ways that authentically meet our social needs?
OEF's Conor Seyle explores how our brains undermine long-term thinking, and what social impact organizations can do about it in this new Stanford Social Innovation Review piece.
Through a decade of experience and investment in trial and error, we’ve learned that peacebuilding programs require coordinated work across all the myriad pressures that are leading to violence or preventing peace. Learn more about our Incubation Process.