AFRIDESK is a think-thank composed of a multidisciplinary team of analysts and military experts, political scientists, jurists, criminologists , high-level economists and scientists, scattered around the world and collaborators based in Africa and in the rest of the world.
CRG is a multidisciplinary research unit at the Department of Conflict and Development Studies. The group studies the micro-level dynamics of civil conflict and political violence. CRG was founded in 2002 with the intention of providing grounded analyses of the local dynamics of civil conflicts as they unfold. The group as a particular expertise on the DRC.
Hosted by New York University, the Congo Research Group (CRG) provides bilingual coverage of political and security developments in the Congo. The researchers dissect the country’s conflict and represent the voice of the Congolese.
IPIS is an independent research institute providing tailored information, analysis and capacity enhancement to support those actors who want to realize a vision of durable peace, sustainable development and the fulfillment of human rights. The organization is particularly well-known for its mapping of armed groups in the DRC.
he Usalama Project is a field-based, partner-driven research initiative that aims to examine dynamics of conflict and violence and their effects on Congolese society (Usalama is Swahili for safety or security). It constitutes a source of reliable and public information for a wide audience from policymakers to civil society activists, both in the Congo and beyond.
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