This collection of case studies highlights successful local level conflict resolution activities that have scaled up to create widespread, sustainable impact.
The selection of case studies in this book exemplifies the Local First approach: start from where you
are, look at available resources and take it from there. In particular, these case studies were chosen because they represent compelling examples of large-scale activities that engage local capacity for peacebuilding.
Last year, local organisation Cadre de Concertation Intercommunautaire (CCI) was selected as one of the grantees in our Youth Action for Peace project. They were given a grant of $1,134 which they used to work with ex-combatants in the village of Kalehe. Read more »
In Zimbabwe, we work with a local organisation, Envision Zimbabwe, whose work focuses on reducing political and gender-based violence, and building community cohesion. Recently, they ran Conflict Transformation Training for Traditional Leaders in Hurungwe, bringing together 70 people. Read more »