ICT is being used in many ways to help with disaster & conflict early-warning, management & resolution and for peacebuilding; this map offers a resource of who is doing what worldwide. It captures the large variety of activities carried out in projects, programmes and initiatives at various levels of society and decision-making; their content ranges from policy frameworks to actual technological solutions. The map illustrates the role of civil society organisations, states, multilateral organisations, academia and companies in the field, the difference ICT can make and the impact it can have.

The ICT in Conflict & Disaster Response and Peacebuilding Crowd... was produced by myself and freelance GIS expert Christine Broenner to provide a resource that aims at encouraging and supporting networking and collaboration for the sharing of information, ideas & best practice to help those affected by conflict and crisis effectively. This map is by no means exhaustive - if you would like to add your product / organisation / project / initiative or know of an additional resource, please submit the information by using the online form on the site or sending details to ictinemergency@gmail.com. For any suggestions, comments or adjustments you can contact Christine or Laura at the same email address.

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Hi Christine and Laura,

This sounds very interesting.

Warmest wishes from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Gerardo Señoráns Barcala

Political Scientist - Economist - Freelance Journalist

Political and NGO´s Consultant

Hi Chrisitne and Laura,

I am interested in having a look at your map but unsure where to find it or what web/blog you are referring to. Thank you for sharing your work.

Suzanne Foy

TCD @ Belfast PhD Student (peacebuilding/digital humanities)


HI, Christine


well done, how about cyber war for ICT


So, where is the map, Christine and Laura. I am so eager to see and understand it!


Yeah it'll be nice to keep it interactive and collaborative to grow this idea further.

So sorry to all!  I forgot to embed the link!!  You will find it there now.  Thanks.

When is the closing date for the write up

No closing date...it is an evolving map, that will continue to grow and change indefinitely.  You can add an entry whenever you want by submitting an online form available from the site. https://ict4peace.crowdmap.com/reports/submit.  If you are involved in an project that is relevant to this map or if you know of a project I encourage you to submit a report.  Thanks for your interest!!!

Great concept for our digital age;I like the idea of sharing best practices and challenges for a peaceful world. Congrats guys.

My organization has projects and programmes in peace building across Plateau State. I will soon send my organizational information and work too.


Mujidang Sitdang

Director of programmes

Justice Development and Peace Caritas

Jos, Nigeria

Look forward to seeing your organisation on the map!  Thanks for the feedback.

Love it

Hi Laura,


I just signed up one of our companies projects to your map, thanks for this tool.


I’m curious to learn if your both interested in related ICT projects? We have two such projects highlighted on our websites project page pcpcanada.com


If so, please feel free to contact us and we would be happy to discuss.



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