Four new members of the GCCT

Four new members of the GCCT

TransConflict is pleased to announce four new members of the Global Coalition for Conflict Transformation, from Kosovo, Pakistan, Kenya and the Democratic Republic of Congorespectively.

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  1. Action for Nonviolence and Peacebuilding (Kosovo) – Action for Nonviolence and Peacebuilding is a multi-ethnic peace organization, founded in 2002 in order to achieve permanent and stable peace in Kosovo and the Balkans through the promotion of democratic values, the protection of human rights and the development of civil society.
  2. Aware Girls (Pakistan) – Aware Girls is a young women-led organisation working for women empowerment, gender equality, and peace in Pakistan. Aware Girls works to strengthen the leadership capacity of young women enabling them to act as agents of social change and women empowerment in their communities.
  3. Peace and Development Network Trust (Kenya) – PeaceNet networks and coordinates peacebuilding efforts in Kenya through partnership with relevant stakeholders and actors. The main aims are to build structures and capacities of downstream/grassroots partners, whilst maintaining a formidable alliance with upstream partners for peacebuilding advocacy and policy formulation.
  4. TPO (Democratic Republic of Congo) – Since 1994, TPO’s mission has been to support and partner with civil society organizations and government to empower communities with the skills and tools they need to effectively address their problems. TPO’s goal is to leave behind communities capable of resolving their own problems.

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