The Bulan Institute is a non-profit, non-partisan, peace-building organization
that works to promote human rights and peace through research and
advocacy. We work to promote peace by asserting that human rights and
security are closely interwoven and human security is key for modern
peacebuilding. This stems from the conviction that human rights and
security, through their interconnectedness and the indivisibility, are the
cornerstones of peace.
In a world of emerging security threats, human rights and security are
indivisible and inalienable. Each individual has a right to both security and
human rights and the two should be guaranteed and secured to maintain and
The Bulan Institute is a non-governmental organization that works as an
independent platform to produce and disseminate expertise, advocate for
human rights and security, and initiate dialogue bringing together experts,
international institutions, civil society and governments. As such, we
contribute to peacebuilding in our focus regions by advocating for human
security through research, expert analysis, and dialogue to find peaceful and creative solutions.
Our focus regions are Central Asia, Eurasia and South Asia, where the security landscape has been beset by fundamental challenges to human safety, such as threats to democratic processes, civil war, violent extremism and terrorism, arms proliferations and innovations, corruption and despotism. The Bulan Institute has worked for the last two years in Central Asia and will continue focusing more on
prevention of violent extremism in this region.