Tore Rose is a Senior Peacebuilding Associate for the International Peacebuilding Advisory Team. He began with Interpeace in 2003 as a Team Leader of the Peacebuilding Forum process, which led to recommendations submitted to the UN Secretary-General. With Interpeace, Tore has also led exploratory missions in Sudan/Darfur and Mali, and assessed how to integrate conflict prevention and peacebuilding into the UN’s Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF).
His expertise is in the design and facilitation of multi-stakeholder processes to develop peacebuilding strategies and programming with awareness of the complexity of relationships between international and national/local actors. With over ten years of field experience as a UN Resident Coordinator, Tore possesses a nuanced understanding of the international, national and local dynamics of conflict-affected states. Now an independent consultant with experience on four continents on post-conflict, post-disaster, and socio-economic development, he has worked both with on-the-ground networks and traditional structures, as well as with political elites. Among his former clients are the United Nations, the World Bank, and the governments of Mali, Myanmar and the United States.