The best way we can celebrate Women’s History Month is to amplify the voices of some of One Earth Future’s amazing women peacebuilders making a difference in their communities. That’s why we’re kicking-off our Perspectives on Peace video series with some of our powerful women experts here across... more
On February 2, 2021, the European Union launched 3 new projects in support of Somalia’s private sector. One of the projects will contribute 5.5M€ to the Nordic Horn of Africa Opportunities Fund (the ‘Nordic Fund’) which is an impact fund targeting Somali small and medium sized enterprises. This... more
Peacebuilding organizations like OEF face a surprising problem: deciding what we mean by peace. In developing our theories of impact and articulating how we do our work, we start with our end goal: the elimination of war and large-scale organized political violence.
On January 26, OEF’s Open Nuclear Network program held its inaugural annual Engagement Network (EN) retreat, featuring a keynote address by Lukas Mandl, an Austrian member of the European Parliament and Chair of the EU Parliament’s Delegation for Relations with the Korean Peninsula.
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... more
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... more
70 countries have chosen a woman as their highest political leader. Women made up 24% of members of national legislatures around the world. No country has achieved parity yet. But, with the new US VP-elect Kamala Harris, we see another important step towards achieving gender equality!