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 Israel, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Peru and Nigeria, respectively.

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  1. Segal Conflict Management (Israel) – Segal Conflict Management is a socio-political business aiming to promote conflict resolution and encourage non-violent dispute resolution within societies and between states. In a rapidly developing international system with many influential actors, there is a need for innovative and creative thinking to better understand and manage conflicts. To address these challenges, Segal Conflict Management develops dialogue platforms to conduct a structured conflict transformation process and focus on achieving tangible outcomes. Read more…
  2. PRONI Brcko (Bosnia-Herzegovina) – PRONI is working on bridging the barriers that create differences within society. PRONI works for individuals and groups in society that will have the benefit of the labor organization, with a special focus on young people. PRONI Brcko has proven that multi-ethnic coexistence and life is possible. PRONI Brcko become the first Youth NGO project that combined all three ethnicities in the year 2000 and since then has promoted a multi-ethnic approach in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Read more…
  3. ProDiálogo Transformación y Resolución de Conflictos (Peru) – The main purpose of ProDiálogo is to promote a culture of transformative dialogue in the society, interiorized as both value and practice, reflecting in the approaches to problems and conflicts and proportionating a path towards a sustainable development and peace building. In order to achieve that, ProDiálogo aims to promote capacities and dialogue processes, trying to act in social conflicts in the individual, relational, cultural and structural level. Read more…
  4. The Red Elephant Foundation (Nigeria) – The Red Elephant Foundation is an initiative that is built on the foundations of story-telling, civilian peacebuilding and activism for sensitisation on all drivers of peace – gender, race, nationality, colour and orientation. The initiative is titled “Red Elephant” to stand out as a vehicle that projects stories that must never be forgotten: stories that show you such courage that you should never forget, and stories that show the world such profound lessons that the world should never forget. In doing so, the initiative aims at creating awareness and opening up channels of communication towards creating societies of tolerance, peacebuilding and equality.

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