The Center for conflict Resolution (CECORE) is a non-profit making organization registered with the NGO Registration Board in 1995 with programmes in Uganda, the Great Lakes Region and Horn of Africa. BACKGROUND Alarmed at the proliferation of conflict and the violent way it is handled on the continent, a group of Ugandans got together to form CECORE, an initiative which is hoped to bring about positive transformation CECORE was founded in 1995 by a number of Ugandans aspiring to promote alternative and creative means of preventing, managing, and resolving conflict. CECORE’s purpose is to empower individual women and men, communities, organizations and institutions to transform conflict effectively by applying alternative and creative means in order to promote a culture of active tolerance and peace. Source: UNODC Center for Conflict Resolution (CECORE) ECOSOC Status: None Type: NGO working on Crime Address: Center for Conflict Resolution P.O.BOX 5211 Country: Uganda Region: Eastern Africa Website: http://www.cecore.or.ug UN Languages: Other languages: Areas: HIV/Aids Counselling Education Prevention Research Training Anti-Corruption Sustainable Livelihood / Alternative Development Other:'Arms control, environmental crime, human rights. rule of law, migration and governance' Short description: Center for Conflict Resolution (CECORE) is an NGO, officially registered since 1995 in Uganda, Great Lakes region and Horn of Africa. The organizations aim is to seek alternative and creative means of preventing, managing and resolving conflicts. Many of our members have a lot of experience in the areas of peace and human rights work, research and training. The organizations vision is to foster a society where peace, tolerance and human dignity prevails while promoting a culture of peace. It has trained a number of stakeholders in areas of conflict prevention, management, resolution and transformation.