Three new members of the GCCT

Three new members of the GCCT

TransConflict is pleased to announce three new members of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, from GeorgiaUkraine and Somalia, respectively.

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  1. Civil Forum for Peace (Georgia) – The Georgian-Ossetian Civil Forum was founded in 2007 in the initiative of Georgian and Ossetian civil society activists and NGO’s with the support of Dutch peace organization IKV PAX Christi. With the aim of building trust and creating peaceful atmosphere of coexistence in Georgian and Ossetian societies, the Civil Forum promotes dialogue between the divided groups.
  2. Stabilization Support Services (Ukraine) – SSS implemented a civil society engagement and reconciliation program that focused on five key program components, including a Liaison Officer Program to improve engagement with IDPs, Peacebuilding Worshops, a Small Grants Program, Psychosocial Support and a Winter Shelter Program. In addition, SS has supported Ukrainian government bodies and civil society through a Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI) and a Ministry of Defense Military Psychology Training Program. In addition, SSS has implemented a Night Vision Goggle Project and a Medical Support Project.
  3. Somali Anti-Tribalism Organization (Somalia) – established in August 2014 by group of Somali intellectuals to tackle the problems facing the country. SATO aims to stimulate the potential of the Somali people to change their own lives through a sustainable, integrated people-centered development strategy. The organisation endeavours to contribute towards enabling target communities to find solutions to their challenges.

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