In the Black Sea and Central Asia region, CMI works with civil societies and conflict-affected groups to increase their capacity and possibilities to engage in peacebuilding and conflict resolution.
- CMI coordinates a regional network of non-governmental organizations on peacebuilding issues in seven countries in the Black Sea region. CMI has created networks for national and regional civil societies to build greater regional capacity in conflict transformation.
- CMI aims to strengthen the capacity of young leaders to engage in the conflict resolution processes in Nagorno-Karabakh, contributing to the cumulative growth of people engaged in constructive conflict transformation.
- In Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan CMI is engaging civil society, academia, women groups, media and religious leaders in a dialogue on prospects for peace.
- In Moldova-Transdniestria CMI supports the official confidence-building measures (CBMs) by activating civil society expertise as an input and in support of the CBMs, by providing opportunities for informal facilitated dialogue between officials and civil society experts and by building capacity of officials and independent experts in the sphere of CBMs.