Africa

Catalyzing the media as a peacebuilding platform in Burundi

Working with local radio stations, we leveraged the power of media as a powerful platform for conflict prevention in Buru

From hostility to hope in Tanzania’s gold mines

Human rights abuses and violence have impacted livelihoods in communities around Tanzania’s mining sites. A Police Inspector is helping turn the tide.

Holy Sites: Safeguarding Places of Worship in Northern Nigeria

In Nigeria, we support key religious leaders who ensure the protection of holy sites as places for peace and reconciliation, rather than targets of acts of violence.

DRC: Our Testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee

House Foreign Affairs Committee Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission Briefing on The Democratic Republic of the Congo: An Update August 23, 2017- 11:00 a.m. 2255 Rayburn House Office Building Statement of Mr. Mike Jobbins Director of Global Affairs and Partnerships Search for Common Ground Introduction Co-Chairmen McGovern and […]

A Role Model for Police Everywhere

Every week, Captain Elombe serves justice and helps citizens in need… from tens of thousands of TV screens.

Our Statement on the Food Crisis and Insecurity in Northeast Nigeria

Read our written statement on the Nigeria crisis.

A Youth-led Approach to Conflict Analysis

Over the past few months, increased violence in Mopti cast a shadow on peace and stability across Mali, urging civil society, the Malian government, and the international community to expand their focus to the central regions of the country.