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Pragmora’s experts systematically identify the nonviolent interventions most likely to contribute substantially to conflict prevention and resolution.

Pragmora develop pragmatic, non-violent measures to help resolve and prevent armed conflicts, advocate these practical solutions persistently, and put them in the hands of activists around the world, transform thinking about war so it is no longer an acceptable option and magnify the voice for peace.

PeaceTech Lab

PeaceTech Lab (PLT) is an independent, nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC in the United States that works for individuals and communities affected by conflict, using technology, media, and data to scale up local peacebuilding efforts.

Its mission is to amplify the power of peace technology to save lives through early warnings and smarter responses to violence. PeaceTech Lab’s programs emphasize a cross-sector, data-driven approach involving everyone from students and engineers to citizen journalists and Fortune 500 companies to strengthen the impact of peace technology.

Congo Men's Network

COMEN is a non-governmental organization based in Goma whose mission is to promote positive masculinity, the fight against HIV/AIDS and to work for the eradication of male violence by mobilizing, sensitizing and raising the awareness of men to positive masculinity.

COMEN is working to establish a network of men who are committed to the cause of gender equality and to the fight against all forms of violence and oppression.