Our peace and conflict resolution centre facilitates change that promotes condition for sustainable peace, introducing a culture of peace by curbing the factors that breed violence in different communities and schools other peace related organizations in our ethnic Niger Delta.
CCPJD was established as a grassroots response to the threat of rural ethnic war and to promote alternatives to violence. CCPJD promotes education and action for peace and justice in our rural Niger Delta communities and most recently gained an Honour Award from the Institute of National Security and Intelligence Studies (FNSIS) in march 2017. CCPJD has intensified its work and advocacy for peace and justice.
CCPJD is currently involved in a new, long-term effort aimed at educating people about relevant Peace & Justice issues including war, violence, peace building, environmental concerns, community service and social justice. Join us in the following on-going endeavours.
The mission of this centre is to intervene in communities where conflict exists, transforming the existing conflict Situation in the Niger Delta into sustainable peace. We intend to forge project aimed at providing a forum for international and intercommunity consultations between grassroots groups in order to forge new alliance, strengthen the existing foundation of peace and find new ways to transform the situation from the bottom up and make knowledge available for resolving conflict. We intend to initiate forums for parties to a long drawn conflict to come together and share their vision for lasting peace without being intimidated by people who hold power. We also embark on education in schools primary, secondary and higher institutions for the purpose of curbing secret cult activities and introducing them to alternatives to violence.
CCPJD has a long history of working with rural ethnic minorities, community members and organizations on behalf of our mission. Some of these groups most recently include Peace In the Niger Delta (PIND) Foundation Non Violence Campaign group, and Ping for Peace (P4P).
CCPJD engages in a yearly campaign to promote the purchase of nonviolent toys for children This Centre tends to forge new alliance that creates peace between the government and the people of Niger Delta region and to transform conflict situations to peace and democracy.
CCPJD helps the reconciliation and reintegration of returnee chiboke girls who were kidnapped by boko haram in collaboration with other CSOs. CCPJD conducts one-on-one counselling sessions with returnees discussing the provision of immediate and long term reintegration assistance, presenting wide range of reintegration options to returnees including networking, employment opportunities, self employment schemes, business development and skill development trainings.
This Centre is vested with the responsibilities of monitoring governmental Peace-building agencies such as panel of enquiries and tribunals set up by government to investigate communal clashes.. This department also conducts advocacies, trainings, workshops and creates awareness, capacity-building, and training tools for relevant stakeholders.
This centre is vested with the responsibilities of monitoring governmental Peace-building agencies such as panel of enquiries and tribunals set up by government to investigate communal clashes. Enquiries are also made, so that the rights of the civil society are not abused by governmental law enforcement agencies such as the police. We facilitate change that promotes condition for sustainable peace, introducing a culture of peace by curbing the factors that breed violence in different communities and schools and supporting other peace related organizations.
This centre is in the process of forging new alliance that creates peace between government and the people of Niger Delta region and to transform conflict situations to peace and democracy and also to provide constituencies with alternative to the political peace settlement and to curb the proliferation of arms in the region.
Port Harcourt Office.