Global Response Programming

Beyond Conflict’s global response programming facilitates progress in particular negotiation processes and helps build leadership capacity with the goal of making change or reconciliation possible in specific post-war contexts. In these in-country programs, Beyond Conflict applies its powerful methodology to facilitate trust and build capacity to engender progress toward peace and/or reconciliation.

Current Initiatives

  • Cuba: Since 2011, Beyond Conflict has been working on parallel tracks to promote trust and reconciliation between Cuba, Cuban-Americans, and the United States. Beyond Conflict engaged, and continues to work with, a number of key actions to support this process, including the Cuban-American community, members of the U.S. Congress, the State Department, the National Security Council, the White House, and the diplomatic corps. There is great urgency to capture this moment during the remaining days of current Obama administration to set the course for the years and decades to come.
  • Boston: The City of Boston is at a pivotal moment to serve as a national model in developing new approaches to address the very difficult issues of race, bias and divided communities. Beyond Conflict  is working together with a coalition of partners from the City of Boston and the Boston Police Department to develop new approaches to community resiliency building that will be models for addressing these issues nationwide.

To read more about our former global initiatives, click on the regions below: