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This page acknowledges and provides links to organizations that are actively providing financial support to the Conflict Information Consortium's principal projects — Beyond Intractability and CRInfo — as part of our Sponsor program. (Please also see our Affiliates page for a list of projects that are contributing significant content.) Our Acknowledgements page includes information about the many organizations that have made significant financial contributions to these projects in the past.

"AC4's mission is to support, share and connect theory, research and practice at Columbia University and beyond related to conflict resolution, violence prevention, sustainable development, and peace. We work collaboratively across disciplines, using multiple cultural lenses and methodologies to actively engage in complex global issues. Through the support of faculty and students at Columbia University, and in collaboration with centers and institutes from Columbia University and others across the globe, AC4 works to generate cutting-edge ideas, practices and technologies to foster constructive conflict resolution, violence prevention, sustainable development, and peace." -- from Website

"The Center...supports interdisciplinary research and teaching initiatives of the social science faculty and students at CU Boulder. We seek innovative ways to integrate faculty research with undergraduate and graduate teaching. We provide an infrastructure for bringing together the assets and talents available in social science departments across campus. ... Our mission is to link social science research with contemporary issues in order to develop knowledge and relationships that prove useful to citizens of Colorado and to the global community." -- from Website

"Economic crises, cultural differences, fresh water shortages and resource depletion, climate change, ethnic strife, and the often unhealthy forms of conflict that come with these realities demand more peaceful, cooperative, and creative decision making. These require new forms and practices of governance. The Center for the Study of Conflict, Collaboration and Creative Governance (3CG) was formed in response to this need. 3CG strives to bring to light, engage with, and promote dialogue and exchange around new governance structures, collaborative and effective decision making processes, and advanced communication concepts and practices that help people develop creative, just, and mutually beneficial choices. 3cg supports research and teaching that directly addresses issues of peace and conflict at personal, local, regional and international levels, exploring alternative, more creative forms of dispute resolution, decision making and governance." -- from Website

"People across the globe, from all cultures and traditions, embrace love and forgiveness in daily life. These values are universally viewed as central to the fabric of humanity. Yet, the emerging global community has few institutions dedicated to deepening the understanding and fostering deeper awareness of these values. In this context, the Fetzer Institute pursues a unique role — working to investigate, activate, and celebrate the power of love and forgiveness as a practical force for good in today's world. We are interested in how people truly experience and understand love and forgiveness from their diverse points of view, especially from the perspective of their daily work in the world." -- from Website The Fetzer Institute has supported the collaboration between the Love and Forgiveness in Governance project and Beyond Intractability / CRInfo.

"JAMS, the nation's premier provider of private dispute resolution services, established the non-profit JAMS Foundation to offer financial assistance for conflict resolution initiatives with national or international impact and to share its dispute resolution experience and expertise for the benefit of the public interest. Funded entirely by contributions from JAMS, JAMS neutrals, and employee associates, the Foundation's mission is to encourage the use of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), support education at all levels about collaborative processes for resolving differences, promote innovation in conflict resolution, and advance the settlement of conflict worldwide." -- from Website

Peace Projects is a grant program launched by The Journalists and Writers Foundation (JWF) to support innovative conflict resolution and peacebuilding projects focused on preventing, managing and resolving violent conflict and promoting post-conflict peacebuilding. Peace Projects Grant Program awards will support projects up to US$50,000 that apply a broad range of disciplines, skills and approaches promoting peaceful coexistence through dialogue and reconciliation; fostering pluralism, good governance, freedom of belief; advancing social and economic development and environmental responsibility; upholding respect for human rights, and gender equality and empowerment, among others. Non-profit organizations and individuals (including but not limited to academicians, activists, artists, community organizers, educators, filmmakers, journalists, scholars, social workers, and students) from all nationalities are eligible to apply.


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