FFP's Sustainable Development & Security practice focuses on a wide variety of projects in and around the oil and mining sectors, such as community and multistakeholder engagement, security, risk and human rights assessments, and training of both companies and security personnel. We have worked in over a dozen countries in all corners of the world and were a founding NGO participant of the Voluntary Principles on Security & Human Rights.

Security, Rights & Development Publications

 


 
FFP Annual Report to the Voluntary Principles Plenary 2014
Published February 10, 2014
By The Fund for Peace
 
The Fund for Peace (FFP) is strongly committed to continuing its support of the Voluntary Principles on Security & Human Rights (VPs). We publicly endorse the VPs on our website and undertake efforts to raise public awareness of their existence as well as to support information sharing between those involved regarding implementation.
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Why We Renamed the Human Rights & Business Roundtable
Published January 14, 2014
By J. J. Messner
 
When The Fund for Peace’s Human Rights & Business Roundtable was founded in 1996, the relationship between business and human rights was a hot topic, and one that called for much debate. Nearly two decades later, though human rights remains a core theme, the Roundtable has broadened its scope of issues, particularly around implementation and good practices.
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Human Rights Training for Security Forces in the Extractive Industry
Published October 18, 2013
By J. J. Messner
 
A comic book may not seem like an obvious method of training military forces on human rights, but that is exactly what the Fund for Peace (FFP) has used for training in Cameroon to provide soldiers with a practical understanding of how to ensure that the safety, security, and human rights of the people they come into contact with is safeguarded.
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