Center for Peacebuilding

Center for Peacebuilding
(2004; Bosnia-Herzegovina;

Is a non-governmental organization working to “rebuild trust and foster reconciliation among the people of Bosnia—Croats, Serbs, Bosniaks, and others—as well as support peace processes in other countries that have suffered from violent conflict.” It “promotes human rights and intercultural cooperation” by bringing together “men, women, and youth, from rape victims, camp survivors, and war veterans to diverse religious leaders” and encouraging them to engage in “dialogue, counseling sessions, and conflict resolution skill building seminars.”

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Leadership: Vahidin Omanovic & Mavludin Rahmanovic (Co-Founders & Co-Directors)
Budget: $ 32.8k

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