For farmers and herders in the community of Agbashi, Nigeria, violent conflict had become dangerously common — until a movie changed their world.
We are proud to announce the publication of two new resources for dialogue practitioners: the Community Dialogue Design Manual and the Roster of Tunisian dialogue specialists.
Mamta grew up fearing police officers — until she participated in our football clinic and met some of them on the pitch.
On June 12-13, more than 50 religious leaders from the Nigerian Christian and Muslim communities met at our event in Abuja.
Our project Samy Gasy tackles Madagascar’s political fragility, bringing together local leaders for training on dialogue and conflict transformation.
How have two years of war affected ordinary people in Yemen? Learn more about their daily lives, hopes, and struggles with our photo blog.