Who we work with

Athena offers specialised support, advice and advocacy to a wide range of actors working towards achieving of peace, security and justice in zones of conflict and armed violence, using a range of techniques always inclusive of women’s rights and gender justice.

Athena works with NGOs, governments, international organisations, consultancies and the private sector.

Engagements include advice and briefings; expert support to seminars or conferences; technical advice or training to peace process actors; strategic advice and programming; research, analysis and drafting of publications; design and delivery of advocacy strategies; staff mentoring; strategy development, project and programme management and more.

Current and previous clients/employers include:

USAID Office for Transition Initiatives (OTI)
Development Alternatives Inc. (DAI)
United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID)
Royal Norwegian Ministry for Foreign Affairs
Myanmar Paung Sie Facility (Peace Support Fund) (PSF)
Myanmar Joint Peace Fund (JPF)
Crisis Management Initiative (CMI)
Norwegian Centre for Conflict Resolution (NOREF)
International IDEA
Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD)
European Peacebuilding Liaison Office (EPLO)
Dialogue Advisory Group (DAG)
United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)
United Nations Population Fund - Myanmar (UNFPA)
United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
United Nations Development Programme -Myanmar (UNDP)
United Nations Department for Political and Peacebuiling Affairs, Mediation Support Unit (DPPA)
Terre des Hommes International Federation (TDHIF)
Institute for War and Peace Reporting (IWPR)
ICAN Better Peace Initiative

For more information about our professional experience or to discuss your own requirements, please contact us at info (at) athenaconsortium (dot) org

Tuareg women working on a traditional tent in Tayuri, Libya. © Zahra Moloo/IRIN www.irinnews.org
Tuareg women working on a traditional tent in Tayuri, Libya. © Zahra Moloo/IRIN www.irinnews.org