The International Center for Policy and Conflict (ICPC) is a non-profit and non-partisan organisation founded in 2005 to create a platform to foster democratic, peaceful, secure and just societies in Africa and globally. The Great Lakes and Horn of Africa region which have experienced widespread political instability for decades is the ICPC’s major focus. The Center is registered in Kenya under the Trustees (Perpetual Succession) Act Chapter 164.
The International Center for Policy and Conflict reflects and engages in public policy and law making dialogues, research and analysis as well as advocacy and capacity building on the broad realms of transitional justice, human security, conflict resolution and gender justice in order to prevent conflict recurrence; promote accountability and equality; and deepen culture of justice and respect for human rights and democracy. The Center is meant to establish, promote and build a sustainable human development; and democratic human rights adhering states.