The IPF is the first and only independent, multi-donor, global grant making mechanism wholly dedicated to providing financial support and technical assistance to women-led peacebuilding organizations in countries affected by violent conflict, extremism and militarism. Through the IPF, ICAN offers a solution to donors who have the resources but lack the capacity to manage small– and medium-sized grants.
Watch our short introductory video to the IPF.
ICAN and the Prevention Project co-hosted “Two Sides of the Same Coin? Operationalizing Linkages Between the SDG 16 and PVE Agendas,” a side event to the 74th session of the UN General Assembly. The event expanded on a discussion during the UN High-Level Political Forum in July 2019 that explored the linkage between UN Sustainable Development Goal 16 (peaceful and inclusive societies) and the preventing violent extremism (PVE) agenda.
In the policy brief, “The SDG 16 and PVE Agendas: Different Currencies or Two Sides of the Same Coin?”, ICAN’s Sanam Naraghi Anderlini and the Prevention Project’s Eric Rosand, discuss key challenges impeding progress on the global PVE and SDG 16 agendas, underscoring how they are two sides of the same coin.
This policy brief highlights key challenges impeding progress on the global PVE and SDG 16 agendas, underscoring how they are two sides of the same coin.
Managing the return of the many individuals who have traveled to conflict zones and the growing number defecting from terrorist groups is a priority for many countries. Here are ten steps to ensure effective R & R