One Earth Future is an incubator of innovative peacebuilding programs. We design, test and partner to scale programs that work hand-in-hand with communities to eliminate the root causes of war.  Read more

Incubating Programs
for Peace

Shuraako

Fosters lasting peace and stability in Somalia by catalyzing small business investment for job creation and economic development.

Secure Fisheries

Promotes peace, economic stability and resilience in Somali coastal communities through effective co-management of fisheries.

Stable Seas

Partners with the global security community to identify and eliminate the rapidly shifting criminal practices terrorists pursue in the maritime domain.

PASO Colombia

Facilitates sustainable peace by coordinating collaboration among rural peasant communities, ex-combatants, government, and business.

Open Nuclear Network

Reduces 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.

Our Secure Future

Strengthens the Women, Peace and Security movement to enable more effective and inclusive policy making for a more peaceful world.


  • katsu furukawa serion award japan open nuclear network
    Through his writing and analysis, Dr. Katsuhisa Furukawa, an analyst on One Earth Future Foundation’s Open Nuclear Network program (ONN) team, has been able to demonstrate publicly that a non-governmental expert can use open source information to detect detect networks related to WMD proliferation. In recognition of his writings as a distinguished option leader in Japan, he has been awarded the Seiron Award.  Read More
  • Networks and peacebuilding
    Sustainable peace requires coordinating work across multiple different areas including economic development, political institutions, and security. This coordination is a challenge, and peacebuilding needs good approaches for setting up and promoting better coordination. Our new policy brief delves into structures of peacebuilding and shows examples of how networks can be best established. Read More
  • protestors at US Captiol social trust in US COVID
    The COVID-19 pandemic revealed how the world responded to a universally-shared experienced of crisis. And when it comes to responding peacefully, the key to success lies within a strong social trust. Executive Director and Chief Operations Officer, Jon Bellish, dives into how One Earth Future utilizes social trust and networks to achieve peace in conflict situations. Read More
  • Somali fisheries future
    The Somali coast is home to approximately 10,000 part-time and full-time fishers. Our Secure Fisheries program works with community stakeholders to strengthen fisheries governance, combat illegal fishing, and promote sustainability as a catalyst for greater peace in the region. To learn more about Secure Fisheries’ impact in the Somali communities, we spoke to three local fishers to hear their personal stories.  Read More
  • Peace on earth 2020 accomplishments OEF
    From all of us at OEF, we are wishing you a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year. Join us in remaining mindful of the long road ahead, but hopeful for creating a better 2021. As we look to the new year and work toward the long-term goal of an earth beyond war, we’d like to share a few of the bright spots and highlights from our programs’ 2020 work creating pathways to sustainable peace. Read More
  • Model of the planned Sand Creek Memorial design by Harvey Pratt
    One Earth Future believes that the Sand Creek Memorial is one reminder that working together collaboratively to solve problems together is the best way to address the roots of conflict. The Sand Creek statue is the result of collaboration among the sovereign tribes involved and the government of Colorado, both Republicans and Democrats. Read More