The FPI undertakes a number of important management and financing activities that support real foreign policy-related initiatives on the ground. Here are some examples of the kinds of actions the FPI helps make possible, in coordination with the European External Action Service (EEAS) and other partner services.
Libya has seen political turmoil, violence, and instability since 2011. What was hoped to be a success story – of democratic transition after the Arab revolutions – has turned into a protracted armed conflict
An IcSP-funded project has tackled two issues that contributed to instability in Guinea: lack of trust between citizens and the police and the removal of abandoned weapon stockpiles.
An IcSP-funded project to remove deadly landmines in Colombia shows that communities can overcome the legacy of terrible and divisive conflict and is a powerful example for others to follow.
IcSP-funded projects have helped Syrian refugees in Turkey to integrate into their host communities, access health and education services and contribute to the local economy.
Map of IcSP projects
An IcSP-funded project has helped to promote religious reconciliation through dialogue and given young people the confidence to imagine a peaceful future.
One of the main aims of EU external actions is to develop relations and build partnerships with third countries. The Partnership Instrument helps the EU achieve these goals abroad.
The FPI oversees the implementation and financial management of the European Union Police in Afghanistan (EUPOL Afghanistan).
The ambitious agenda of cooperation between the EU and the US is taken forward via constant, intensive dialogue.
An IcSP-funded project has provided the OSCE’s Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine with the tools required to help ease tensions, engage all parties and build trust across the Line of Contact.
An IcSP-funded project has helped poor communities in Lebanon with high concentrations of refugees to come together and tackle shared problems.
Results of the study "Analysis of the perception of the EU and of EU's policies abroad".
Two-day consultation conference for Arctic stakeholders held in Brussels 1-2 June 2015.
The programme helps European companies to establish long-lasting business collaborations in Korea, South East Asia and China through matchmaking and business services.
At the invitation of the Government of Senegal, the European Union established a mission to observe the country’s elections in 2012.
The IcSP’s European Resources for Mediation Support (ERMES) project continues to play a crucial role in fostering mediation and dialogue in conflict zones around the world.