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APFO was established in 1994 as an organization with an overall objective of research and advocacy on peace and security issues in the Horn of Africa. It was contracted by IGAD Secretariat in 2003 to act as a National Research Institute in support of the implementation of IGAD Conflict Early Warning and ... [according to site editor's information]
www.amaniafrika.org
Following UN Security Council Resolutions that considered the conflicts in the region to be a threat to international peace and security the ICGLR was established in 2000. The ICGLR's objective is to bring all the countries of the region together, to agree on a strategy thats brings peace and prosperity ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
www.icglr.org
SAIIA has a long and proud record as South Africa’s premier research institute on international issues. It is an independent, non-government think-tank whose purpose is to encourage wider and more informed awareness of the importance of international affairs. It is both a centre for research excellence ... [according to site editor's information]
www.saiia.org.za
Fatal Transactions is a campaign that focuses on the consequences of natural resource exploitation (oil, diamonds, coltan, gold, etc.) in (post) conflict situations (as in Angola, the DRC, and Sierra Leone). Fatal Transactions campaigns to make sure the way of extraction of these resources is fair and ... [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
https://www.bicc.de/fataltransactions/aktivitaeten.html
CECORE is an initiative of Ugandan people working to seek alternative and creative means of preventing, managing and resolving conflicts. It is a non-profit NGO and has programmes in Uganda, the Great Lakes Region and Greater Horn of Africa. [according to site editor's information; editors ilissAfrica]
cecore.or.ug/
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