Peace Negotiations

Grants that pertain to formal and informal peace negotiations, agreements, and processes. Negotiating peace deals is a key aspect of peacebuilding and conflict resolution.

1%
$2.5 Million
out of $357.1 Million
for all peace and security

Median Grant Size: $43,131

Top Funders

The Oak Foundation
$750.0 K
National Endowment for Democracy
$646.3 K
Humanity United
$640.0 K
Foundation to Promote Open Society
$378.1 K
The Skoll Foundation
$250.0 K
Cordaid
$174.5 K
Ford Foundation
$150.0 K
Berghof Foundation for Conflict Studies
$59.8 K
The MATCH International Women's Fund
$35.0 K
NoVo Foundation
$30.0 K
Mensen met een Missie
$23.9 K
Karibu Foundation
$18.0 K
American Jewish World Service
$15.6 K
Fund For Global Human Rights, Inc.
$15.0 K
Global Greengrants Fund
$15.0 K
Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights
$5.0 K

Starting in 2014, the Open Society Foundations’ grants data is reported by and attributed to the individual legal entities that constitute the Foundations. Prior to 2014, grantmaking from these funders are collectively attributed to ‘Open Society Foundations’.

Regional Focus

Strategy Focus

Funding for General Support

There is no general support funding data for this year.

Sample Grants

  • Fund For Global Human Rights, Inc.
    awarded a grant for $15,000 to Karen Women's Organization

    To operate a women's advocacy and resource center to ensure women's rights in the political and peace process, monitor conditions of the ceasefire agreement, and create an enabling environment for women leaders.

  • Foundation to Promote Open Society
    awarded a grant for $85,071 to Peace Training and Research Organisation

    To gather data on local experiences with the peace process as a means to identify lessons learned and successful strategies for the drafting of the Roadmap to Peace, and to identify important stakeholders that can attend a national symposium on the Roadmap to Peace.

  • Humanity United
    awarded a grant for $640,000 to New York University

    To inform the peace process in the Democratic Republic of the Congo through critical, in-depth investigations into conflict dynamics by enabling key actors to articulate a more nuanced policy in reducing violence related to the electoral process and armed groups in the eastern Congo.