Expert Support

Expert support to local, international and Swiss partners encompasses strategy development, process and program design support, institutional and thematic backstopping, support in conflict analysis, as well as monitoring and evaluation. It focuses on the clients’ needs and includes the latest state-of-the-art knowledge in the requested field. swisspeace allows clients to develop innovative practices and out-of-the-box thinking.
swisspeace has a track-record of offering state-of-the-art expertise in all its thematic and methodological programs of swisspeace:

> Dealing with the Past
> Mediation
> Statehood
> Business & Peace
> Policy & Platform
> Analysis & Impact

Latest Activities

Project with the GICHD, 2016

Research on mine action and peace mediation

The Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining and swisspeace have implemented a research project on mine action and its integration into ceasefire and peace agreements. Project details.


Beyond Ceasefires Initiative, 2016

Mediation Program Collaboration with the Beyond Ceasefires Initiative (BCI)

The Mediation program, through the mediation support project (MSP), has been collaborating with the Beyond Ceasefires Initiative (BCI) to support the peace process in Myanmar.


Mandate for the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, 2016

Strategy Development Support for SDC Country Offices

swisspeace supported SDC Country Offices with the strategy development for the great lakes program in Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo and Burundi.


15 March 2016

Input on Fragility

swisspeace participated in a regional workshop on governance in Macedonia, conducted by the SDC.


15 March 2016

Early Warning Systems

Laurent Goetschel and Lisa Ott gave a presentation in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania on the challenges and opportunities for conflict early warning systems at a workshop of the national committees for the prevention of genocide established in the framework of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region. The workshop was organized by the Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation.