peaceful and non violent culture
to promote peaceful conflict transformation through youth by working towards building an environment that is suitable for sustainable development.
1. Promote peaceful resolution of conflict among youths and communities as a whole trough dialogue, debates, negotiation, mediation, theatre among others
2. Integrete training in non-violent conflict resolution skills within youths' extra-curricular activities in schools and other informal youth groups.
3. Bridge any communication gaps existing between the youth and their elders.
4. Create Awareness among youths on the alternative available towards resolution of conflicts and the possibilities of having and maintaining peace relations within the community.
5. Create awareness and involving adults, teachers, parents, guardians in activities that foster non-violence among youths
6. Encourages youths to start peace and reconciliation clubs through which they can interact analyse, develop and practice conflict resolution methods that are non-violent.
7. Promote the necessary link between the youth and modern IT for peace work.
8. Promote gender equility and the empowerment of women as effective ways to combat injustice, violence, poverty, hunger and diseases.
CRY Uganda is grateful to the partners of Uganda during the 10 years of impact.
|AUSTRIAN DEVELOPMENT AGENCY|
BUREA OF EDUCATION AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS OF UNITED
STATES DEVELOPMENT OF STATE
|DED-UGANDA AND DED-RWANDA|
|EUROPEAN COMMISSION YOUTH, EDUCATION AND CULTURE|
EUROPEAN UNION KAMPALA -9th EDF Civil Society Capacity Building
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF DENMARK AND GREENLAND (GEUS)
|HOPE PROJECT - UK|
|INFORMAL EDUCATION DEBAT CENTRE - LITHUANIA|
|IDEA - NL AND IDEA -NY|
|MAAMA CASH CLOBAL SOUTH PROGRAMME|
|MENONITE CENTRAL COMMITEE|
|WAR CHILD HOLLAND|
|UGANDA CHILD RIGHTS NGO NETWORK|
|UGANDA CIVIL SOCIETY PEACE NETWORK FORUM|
|CATHOLIC AGENCY FOR OVERSEES DEVELOPMENT|
|FINISH REFUGEE COUNCIL|
|GTZ - RWANDA AND GT-GREAT LAKES|