The Bulan Institute works to promote peace, human rights, and dialogue building through research and advocacy.
The Bulan Institute believes that conducting in-depth analysis, research, and informed advocacy is critical for the global promotion of human rights, security and peacebuilding.
We are an independent platform that brings together independent experts, institutions, and governments as participants in the noble enterprise of peace and contribute to that dialogue with own research and expertise.
We are a non-profit and non-governmental organization that aims at promoting peace, security and human rights in Eurasia, South Asia, and Central Asia. The Institute conducts original research, advocates peaceful and pragmatic solutions, provides independent, expert analysis, and organizes expert meetings, conferences, and panel discussions. We also design innovative projects involving media, art and new technologies which contribute to building dialogue, addressing humanrights violations, and raising awareness of systemic issues in the region.
WHAT WE DO
The Bulan Institute carries out its mission to promote human rights and peacebuilding in Eurasia, Central Asia and South Asia. We conduct on-the-ground research, and publish comprehensive reports, expert analysis and discussion papers, and briefings. We also advocate for change based on findings of our research and analysis by organizing discussions, expert meetings and round tables. We implement innovative projects involving media, art and new technologies, which contribute to build dialogue, to promote human rights and tolerance, and to raise awareness.
We strive to build communication channels, working with journalists, experts, peace negotiators, IR experts, media innovators, international organizations, civil society, and scholars. We raise issues and generate constructive debates working closely with national and international organizations.
The Bulan Institute is a non-profit and non-governmental organization that accepts donations and grants. However, in order to ensure our independence, we do not accept government funds, directly or indirectly, or support from any private funder that could compromise our objectivity and independence.
The Bulan Institute is actively focused on impact. We work hard to achieve long-term positive impacts. Our research, analysis and dialogue building efforts should lead to sustainable and positive changes in human rights and security.