Centre for Conflict Resolution is a Non-Governmental and Non-Profit making Organization which was established in May 1999 and was incorporated in October 2005 because of series of ethnic/religious unrest in Nigeria.
The mission of the Centre for Conflict Resolution is to effectively mediate and arrive at amicable solution between opposing parties, to liaise and intercede on behalf of aggrieved with the concerned constituted authority with a view to work out compensation and infrastructure that would ensure a permanent resolution of crisis.
Largely, we have been quite successful in conflict management within our immediate environment. We have been organizing sporting events, seminars, symposia and many dispute settlement schemes since 1999 till date by responding to complaints promptly in view of the numerous ethnic and religious clashes within our polity.
The Organisation has various academics, professionals in various fields, media practitioners and students in the area of human rights and social developments as members and executives. Our activities ranges from critical analysis of various structures to maintenance of peace, unity, order and conflict free society.
We are dedicated organisation on human trafficking particularly women and children for forced and exploitative labour, including sex exploitation which is one of the most egregious violation of Human Rights facing the whole of Africa Nations including the International Community and which our organisation now confronts. Our organisation's goal is to ensure that all men, women and children are protected from the scourge of trafficking worldwide.
The Organisation also charges itself with the responsibility of Organising peace meetings, sporting events, workshops, seminars and training members and volunteers on peace missions locally and internationally. Handbooks, handbills journals, stickers are also published in order to sensitize people and create awareness towards the need for peace. CCR activities include selfless humanitarian services beyond our present scope by gaining International recognition and continue to encourage an earlier resolution to conflict and responding to complaints promptly.