Mobile Arts for Peace (MAP) is part of a vibrant community of Network Plus teams working on different aspects of peace and protection across the world. You can find out more about their amazing work via the links below.
Rights for Time
Rights for Time brings a temporal perspective to protection challenges, working in Rwanda, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, and Kenya.
Maghreb Action on Displacement and Rights – MADAR
Maghreb Action on Displacement and Rights aims to improve the humanitarian protection of vulnerable, displaced people in contexts of conflicts in central Maghreb.
Culture for Sustainable and Inclusive Peace – CUSP
The CUSP Network aims to strengthen arts and cultural institutions / organisations in low and middle-income countries so they can become a reference point for the identification and transformation of social conflict.
Imagining Futures Through Un/Archived Pasts
Imagining Futures is founded on the idea that archives are negotiations about visions of the future, and works to make archives sites of engagement in Ghana, Lebanon, Tanzania, and England.
Middle East and North Africa Social Policy Network – MENASP
The MENASP Network aims to advance, exchange and disseminate knowledge and policy expertise about social policy in the MENA region.
Disability Under Siege
Disability Under Siege aims to provide the intellectual, financial and logistical resources required to deliver a transformational step change in education provision for children with disabilities in conflict-affected states.
Education Justice and Memory Network – EdJAM
The EdJAM Network is committed to creative ways to teach and learn about the violent past in order to build more just futures, working with partners in Cambodia, Colombia, Pakistan, Uganda, and the UK.
Decolonising Education for Peace in Africa – DEPA
The DEPA Network will amplify and enhance African knowledges on peace education and embed these in teaching research on peace in Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Zimbabwe, and the UK.
Political Economy of Education Research – PEER
The PEER Network aims to strengthen political economy analysis of education systems in countries affected by conflict or crisis and to support the development of critical researchers and practitioners in the field in Central Asia and Africa.