Kreddha specializes in and limits its activities to intrastate conflicts. The term 'intrastate conflicts' is used to describe conflicts between population groups - autonomous regions, (indigenous) peoples, minorities and non self-governing territories - on the one hand and governments of sovereign states that exercise jurisdiction over them on the other. Intrastate conflicts include (violent) confrontations over minority rights, cultural identity issues and the ownership and use of natural resources, as well as struggles for independence or various degrees of autonomy.
Kreddha's mission does not include activities with regards to 'international conflicts', i.e. conflicts between two or more sovereign states. Moreover, though intrastate in character, Kreddha is not set up to be involved in disputes between a state and individual nationals or companies of that state.