Overview

The Center for Sustainable Conflict Resolution (CSCR) was formed by Muslim professionals and Muslim leaders and registered in Kenya as a Non-governmental, non-profit-making organization. CSCR aims to promote peace by seeking sustainable conflict mechanisms in all kinds of conflicts. Part of this is Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism, counter messaging, countering the ideologies of VEOs through the media, including social media, community dialogues and training. The objective of the Organization shall be contributing to the realization of peace in Kenya and beyond through sustainable conflict resolution and peace building best practices. The organization shall support initiatives of other organizations working for peace in Kenya, and will facilitate dialogue, conflict resolution and peace building.

Overview

VISION

A world free from violence in which all faiths actively participate and lead in the peaceful transformation of conflicts.

MISSION

Promoting peace by cultivating positive orientation towards conflict.

PROGRAMS

D-PRIVE (Diminishing the Prevalence of Radicalization into Violent Extremism)

D-PRIVE stands for Diminishing the Prevalence of Radicalization into Violent Extremism. This program was developed to counteract and delegitimize extremists’ rhetoric, narratives, and ideologies through championing ideological ‘push backs’ activities, and counter narratives through counter-messaging. The Peace Center (CSCR, Center for Sustainable Conflict Resolution) and Horn International Institute for Strategic Studies is implementing DPRIVE program [...]

BRAVE (Building Resilience Against Violent Extremism)

Building Resilience Against Violent Extremism (simply known as BRAVE) is a systematic strategy to counter the rising radicalization and extremism focusing on their violent and non-violent manifestations in Kenya. BRAVE seeks to mobilize stakeholders and counter the narratives of the extremists groups so as to change radicalization trends in Kenya. The BRAVE program is expected [...]

Lenga Ugaidi Na Talanta Competition

The Center for Sustainable Conflict Resolution (CSCR) launched Lenga Ugaidi Na Talanta, 2018 edition was launched on 1st October 2018 at the HORN Institute premises. Lenga Ugaidi na Talanta is an initiative that seeks to channel youth creativity towards countering violent extremists’ narratives.

Violence against Children in Madrasa

The Center for Sustainable Conflict Resolution (CSCR) was invited to attend the Fifth Forum of Global Network of Religion for Children (GNRC) organized by Arigatou International, in Panama between the 9th and 11th of May 2017. The theme of this forum was, Ending Violence against Children. Following the Panama Declaration on Ending Violence against Children [...]

Supporting Leaders Kenya

The Religious Leaders Training Course aimed to equip, train and support a network of Muslim and Christian established religious leaders (mentors) and emerging religious leaders (mentees) with appropriate gender balance to develop and take local ownership of initiatives to counter religiously characterized hate-speech and extremist narratives in their own communities. It was aligned to Kenya’s [...]

SHARE (Shaikhs Response to Radicalization and Violent Extremism)

Terrorism, Murder, Suicide and Destruction of Property Violate the Principles of Islamic Law: The 5 higher objectives of Sharia and how they undermine the terrorism ideology The Center for Sustainable Conflict Resolution (CSCR) through its flagship programme Building Resilience Against Violent Extremism (BRAVE) will hold a seminar where sheikhs from different parts of the country [...]

SUAVE (Sheikhs and Ulama Against Violent Extremism) Mandera Triangle

(SUAVE MANDERA TRIANGLE) This programme is designed to bridge the gap and broker understanding between the community leaders who have the hearts of the masses and the Government (both County and National, including the Security Agents) by equipping them with skills that enable them combat violent extremist ideology through effective counter-narratives and correction of religious [...]

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