Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace
The Cambodian Institute for Cooperation and Peace (CICP) "was founded in 1994, and registered as a non-governmental organization with the Royal Government of Cambodia. At the time of its inception, Cambodia was in a process of national reconciliation and recovering from over three decades of civil war, and isolation from international, and regional community...
"H.R.H. Norodom Sirivudh Supreme Privy Counselor to His Majesty the King of Cambodia Former Deputy Prime Minister and Co-minister of Interior and Founder and Chairman of Board of Directors, CICP..
"CICP was established with the initial support from a German foundation, Friedrich Ebert-Stiftung, to form a mandate for itself that included conducting forums and researches, directing skills training, disseminating information, and formulating policy recommendations that could be presented to policymakers. After operating for three years, it has become nationally and internationally recognized as a leading policy-oriented think-tank in Cambodia .
"In 1997, CICP became affiliated with a regional association of similarly oriented think tanks known as the ASEAN Institutes of Strategic and International Studies (ASEAN-ISIS), which is now made of nine leading institutes from ASEAN countries. CICP is also a member of the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific (CSCAP), a leading track II Security Organization in Asia Pacific." 
"Between 1994 and 2005, CICP has been receiving funding support the following foundations, institutions, and organizations: 
- Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES)*
- Toshu Fukami
- Forum Syd
- World Bank Institute
- World Resource Institute
- JICA Study Team
- Harvard University
- Asia Foundation, The (TAF)
- British Embassy in Phnom Penh
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- Canada Fund/ Canadian Embassy in Phnom Penh
- Embassy of the Republic of Korea
- Embassy of Japan in Phnom Penh
- Heinrich Boll Foundation
- Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA)/Program-on Canada-Asia Policy Studies,University of British Columbia (PCAPS/UBC)