INCAS (International Conflict and Security) Consulting Ltd. is a highly networked consultancy that brings together 25 recognised experts to implement assignments on the conflict, security, and investment nexus.
We provide services in climate risk management, armed violence reduction, forecasting and prevention, corporate issues, and training (in-person and e-learning) in war-torn and fragile countries. For a decade now, INCAS is known for creative and impactful solutions to complex social problems. We challenge conventional thinking, break new ground on the methods and approaches used in our line of work, and have both the patience and determination to ensure that the results of our work last. We approach our assignments with integrity and pragmatism.
Our creativity jives with the Artraker purpose; to discover and acknowledge innovative ideas and creative maverick practices operating in this field. As a company, we are part of the Artraker team.
Integrity provides insightful research and localised consultancy services in conflict, post-conflict and fragile environments. We guide clients in the developmental, governmental and private sectors through such environments, while building trust and giving voice to local people.
We are a multinational team of project implementers, analysts, trainers, consultants, thematic and regional experts, evaluators and research anthropologists with expertise delivering programmes of work across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
We have offices in London, Nairobi, Juba, Islamabad and Beirut, representatives in Copenhagen, Geneva, New York, Cairo and Addis Ababa and an international network of local partners.
International Alert helps people find peaceful solutions to conflict.
We are one of the world’s leading peacebuilding organisations, with nearly 30 years of experience laying the foundations for peace.
We work with local people around the world to help them build peace. And we advise governments, organisations and companies on how to support peace.
We focus on issues which influence peace, including governance, economics, gender relations, social development, climate change, and the role of businesses and international organisations in high-risk places.