Centre for Conflict Management & Transformation - CCMT

Centre for Conflict Management & Transformation - CCMT We work to transform the ways in which societies deal with conflict - away from adversarial approaches and towards collaborative problem solving.

Formed in 2002 as the Coalition on Conflict Management Trust, the organisation transformed into the Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation (CCMT) in 2003. Using a multi-faceted approach, we partner with local government, civil society and communities to find culturally appropriate means to strengthen societies' capacity to deal with conflicts constructively. The nature and scope of our

Formed in 2002 as the Coalition on Conflict Management Trust, the organisation transformed into the Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation (CCMT) in 2003. Using a multi-faceted approach, we partner with local government, civil society and communities to find culturally appropriate means to strengthen societies' capacity to deal with conflicts constructively. The nature and scope of our

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Participants debating on the negatives and positives of conflict (multiperspective) at Mushandike Irrigation scheme in M...
03/09/2021

Participants debating on the negatives and positives of conflict (multiperspective) at Mushandike Irrigation scheme in Masvingo.

Participants debating on the negatives and positives of conflict (multiperspective) at Mushandike Irrigation scheme in Masvingo.

Participants taking part in group exercise on conflict analysis using the Conflict Tree. The conflict tree is tool used ...
02/09/2021

Participants taking part in group exercise on conflict analysis using the Conflict Tree. The conflict tree is tool used to help identify and visualize the core problem, root causes of conflict & the negative & positive effects of the conflict. This is key in designing conflict interventions and in consequence, the resolution and transformation of conflicts.

Participants taking part in group exercise on conflict analysis using the Conflict Tree. The conflict tree is tool used to help identify and visualize the core problem, root causes of conflict & the negative & positive effects of the conflict. This is key in designing conflict interventions and in consequence, the resolution and transformation of conflicts.

The multi-perspective conflict tool demonstrates how different views / opinions often cause conflicts. Perspectives ofte...
02/09/2021

The multi-perspective conflict tool demonstrates how different views / opinions often cause conflicts. Perspectives often differ according to what one's reality is, what they're experiencing, how they grew etc.

The multi-perspective conflict tool demonstrates how different views / opinions often cause conflicts. Perspectives often differ according to what one's reality is, what they're experiencing, how they grew etc.

The training areas of the Conflict Transformation and Leadership training being conducted by CCMT and IFAD are; Conflict...
02/09/2021

The training areas of the Conflict Transformation and Leadership training being conducted by CCMT and IFAD are; Conflict Management (understanding conflict, Conflict analysis, Communication and Conflict intervention techniques), Leadership (Qualities of a good leader and roles and responsibilities within Irrigation Management Committees) and IMC organisation (Constitution development and importance of adhering to constitutions).

The training areas of the Conflict Transformation and Leadership training being conducted by CCMT and IFAD are; Conflict Management (understanding conflict, Conflict analysis, Communication and Conflict intervention techniques), Leadership (Qualities of a good leader and roles and responsibilities within Irrigation Management Committees) and IMC organisation (Constitution development and importance of adhering to constitutions).

The Conflict Transformation and Leadership training CCMT in partnership with International Fund For Agriculture and Deve...
02/09/2021

The Conflict Transformation and Leadership training CCMT in partnership with International Fund For Agriculture and Development (IFAD) is conducting in Matebeleland South and Masvingo is guided by the following objectives:
1. Equiping Irrigation Management Committee (IMC) with basic leadership and conflict management skills
2.Mapping out conflict issues with IMC

The Conflict Transformation and Leadership training CCMT in partnership with International Fund For Agriculture and Development (IFAD) is conducting in Matebeleland South and Masvingo is guided by the following objectives:
1. Equiping Irrigation Management Committee (IMC) with basic leadership and conflict management skills
2.Mapping out conflict issues with IMC

CCMT in partnership with the International Fund for Agriculture (IFAD) is conducting Conflict Transformation & Leadershi...
30/08/2021

CCMT in partnership with the International Fund for Agriculture (IFAD) is conducting Conflict Transformation & Leadership trainings for Irrigation Scheme Management Committees in Matebeleland South and Masvingo Provinces in the following schemes; Silalabuwa, Mankonkoni. Sebasa, Rustlers, Fuve, Panaganayi, Matezva, Maboke & Mushandike.

CCMT in partnership with the International Fund for Agriculture (IFAD) is conducting Conflict Transformation & Leadership trainings for Irrigation Scheme Management Committees in Matebeleland South and Masvingo Provinces in the following schemes; Silalabuwa, Mankonkoni. Sebasa, Rustlers, Fuve, Panaganayi, Matezva, Maboke & Mushandike.

CCMT concurs with the recommendation that the amendment of the mining regulations also address the issues of gender ineq...
29/06/2021

CCMT concurs with the recommendation that the amendment of the mining regulations also address the issues of gender inequalities. This is one of the findings from the research titled "Exploring the challenges, Opportunities and Experiences of women in mining in Zvishavane District of the Midlands Province", that the organisation conducted in Zvishavane District in 2020.
Some of the recommendations from the research are that; to encourage more women to take part in the extractives industry, the government should establish a quota system on the allocation of claims for women and establishment of a loan facility for women miners which has relaxed collateral security requirement that will help women miners to purchase equipment and finance their operations.

https://allafrica.com/stories/202106250368.html

CCMT concurs with the recommendation that the amendment of the mining regulations also address the issues of gender inequalities. This is one of the findings from the research titled "Exploring the challenges, Opportunities and Experiences of women in mining in Zvishavane District of the Midlands Province", that the organisation conducted in Zvishavane District in 2020.
Some of the recommendations from the research are that; to encourage more women to take part in the extractives industry, the government should establish a quota system on the allocation of claims for women and establishment of a loan facility for women miners which has relaxed collateral security requirement that will help women miners to purchase equipment and finance their operations.

https://allafrica.com/stories/202106250368.html

The amendments of the mining regulations should ensure that the mining host communities are sufficiently cushioned when ...
29/06/2021

The amendments of the mining regulations should ensure that the mining host communities are sufficiently cushioned when it comes to displacements, evictions, relocations and compensation (DERC) to minimise negative impact of development projects and conflicts between the affected people and the responsible authorities.
CCMT proposes the the following recommendations as the best practices for DERC:
1. Free, prior and informed consent,
2. Fair and comprehensive compensation,
3. Inclusive socio-economic development and profit-sharing schemes and
4. Relocation and compensation before implementation.
This will ensure that development brings with it an inclusive progress and positive transformation to societies.
https://allafrica.com/stories/202106250368.html

The amendments of the mining regulations should ensure that the mining host communities are sufficiently cushioned when it comes to displacements, evictions, relocations and compensation (DERC) to minimise negative impact of development projects and conflicts between the affected people and the responsible authorities.
CCMT proposes the the following recommendations as the best practices for DERC:
1. Free, prior and informed consent,
2. Fair and comprehensive compensation,
3. Inclusive socio-economic development and profit-sharing schemes and
4. Relocation and compensation before implementation.
This will ensure that development brings with it an inclusive progress and positive transformation to societies.
https://allafrica.com/stories/202106250368.html

Ownership and possession of land is not a function of age, s*x or marital status. Youth and women, you have the right to...
22/06/2021
Women Are a Key Stakeholder in Land Management Processes

Ownership and possession of land is not a function of age, s*x or marital status. Youth and women, you have the right to occupy and or use land for both farming and residential purposes. Clink the link bellow to watch the video on YouTube.
https://youtu.be/cr0oKIuA8uw TRINITY PROJECT My Dream Zimbabwe Women & Land in Zimbabwe Rural Young Women Support Network Midlands Peacebuilding and Community Development Forum Peacebuilding and Capacity Development Foundation Pact USAID - US Agency for International Development Women and Law in Southern Africa - Zimbabwe Women for Peace and Participation World Youth Forum Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe Women in Politics: Support Unit - Wipsu Community Water Alliance Masvingo Residents Trust Codet Mutare

Ownership and possession of land is not a function of age, s*x or marital status. Youth and women, you have the right to occupy and or use land for both farm...

04/06/2021

Women in Gokwe South District Are Now Involved in Their Community Development and Decision Making Processes. You can click the link bellow to watch the video on YouTube https://youtu.be/f03sbJk_bo4 #womenparticipation #womenpower
Admire Mutize TRINITY PROJECT Tungamirai Astrid Nyamakura Women and Law in Southern Africa - Zimbabwe UN Women Women Empowerment Group-Zimbabwe My Dream Zimbabwe ZPP Rural Young Women Support Network Midlands Peacebuilding and Community Development Forum Nayo Zimbabwe Peacebuilding and Capacity Development Foundation NCRC Open Parly ZW 263Chat NewsZimbabwe BBC News The Herald-Zimbabwe NewsDay-Zimbabwe ZimEye

26/05/2021

Women are now participating in civic processes at local authority level and they are now influencing good governance in their communities. #womenparticipation #womenpower Women Empowerment Group-Zimbabwe The Women's Coalition Rural Young Women Support Network Institute for Young Women Development Women in Politics: Support Unit - Wipsu Women & Land in Zimbabwe Women and Law in Southern Africa - Zimbabwe Peacebuilding and Capacity Development Foundation MISA Zimbabwe Women in Security, Conflict Management and Peace UN Women Pact Christian Aid Peace Direct Women for Peace and Participation

Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation (CCMT) joins Africa in commemorating Africa Day. This year, the commem...
25/05/2021

Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation (CCMT) joins Africa in commemorating Africa Day. This year, the commemoration run under the theme: “Arts, Culture and Heritage: Levers for Building the Africa we Want”. The African Union theme of the year 2021 presents an opportunity for the continent to celebrate its great Pan Africanists who have played and are still playing a key role in African development.

We believe that art, culture and heritage can nurture peace by providing a voice to the oppressed and the marginalised groups in communities. It enhances the relevance and legitimacy of the process of attaining peace. The African culture is a universal culture that joins and unites the Africans towards peace, thus a very important tool in peacebuilding and conflict transformation. In Africa, the increased use of art and culture have strengthened communities and have established conflict prevention mechanisms which are very successful.

As CCMT, we pay tribute to the fallen heroes and heroines who paid the ultimate price in the African Union’s peace support missions in pursuit for the security and peace on the continent. Their sacrifices have led towards attaining the Pan African vision of a prosperous, integrated and peaceful Africa. As a peacebuilding organisation, we believe that peace is possible in Africa and we envision an African society that believes in peace and manages conflicts constructively. We envision an African society where people actively participate in creating economic and social justice by transforming all forms of conflict constructively. We encourage members of the African Union to work together towards the goal of peace and security and to also intervene in conflict-ridden societies so as to commend people to reach mutual agreements through art, culture and heritage. We call upon the African Union to protect all human rights by practicing mutual understanding, tolerance and solidarity.

We encourage the African Union to continue to promote shared values within the continent and beyond. The day gives the African continent a chance to reflect on the progress that it has made, and it also gives the continent an opportunity to unite towards pursuit of the Agenda 2063 core aspirations.

Happy Africa Day! African Leadership Institute CGTN Africa The Herald-Zimbabwe BBC News News24 NewsDay-Zimbabwe Institute of Information Management (IIM) - Africa African Union African Union youths African Union USA U.S. Mission to the African Union ABC News

Centre for Conflict Management and Transformation (CCMT) joins Africa in commemorating Africa Day. This year, the commemoration run under the theme: “Arts, Culture and Heritage: Levers for Building the Africa we Want”. The African Union theme of the year 2021 presents an opportunity for the continent to celebrate its great Pan Africanists who have played and are still playing a key role in African development.

We believe that art, culture and heritage can nurture peace by providing a voice to the oppressed and the marginalised groups in communities. It enhances the relevance and legitimacy of the process of attaining peace. The African culture is a universal culture that joins and unites the Africans towards peace, thus a very important tool in peacebuilding and conflict transformation. In Africa, the increased use of art and culture have strengthened communities and have established conflict prevention mechanisms which are very successful.

As CCMT, we pay tribute to the fallen heroes and heroines who paid the ultimate price in the African Union’s peace support missions in pursuit for the security and peace on the continent. Their sacrifices have led towards attaining the Pan African vision of a prosperous, integrated and peaceful Africa. As a peacebuilding organisation, we believe that peace is possible in Africa and we envision an African society that believes in peace and manages conflicts constructively. We envision an African society where people actively participate in creating economic and social justice by transforming all forms of conflict constructively. We encourage members of the African Union to work together towards the goal of peace and security and to also intervene in conflict-ridden societies so as to commend people to reach mutual agreements through art, culture and heritage. We call upon the African Union to protect all human rights by practicing mutual understanding, tolerance and solidarity.

We encourage the African Union to continue to promote shared values within the continent and beyond. The day gives the African continent a chance to reflect on the progress that it has made, and it also gives the continent an opportunity to unite towards pursuit of the Agenda 2063 core aspirations.

Happy Africa Day! African Leadership Institute CGTN Africa The Herald-Zimbabwe BBC News News24 NewsDay-Zimbabwe Institute of Information Management (IIM) - Africa African Union African Union youths African Union USA U.S. Mission to the African Union ABC News

Reduce your risk of contracting #Covid_19  in the Irrigation Schemes by always sanitizing your hands, practicing social ...
07/04/2021
CCMT on Twitter

Reduce your risk of contracting #Covid_19 in the Irrigation Schemes by always sanitizing your hands, practicing social distancing and washing your hands regularly with soap and under running water. #FarmersStaySafe #Covid19isReal
https://twitter.com/CCMTZimbabwe/status/1379787740984840195?s=20 Syngenta Zimbabwe Growtech Ministry of Agriculture agrinews24.com Zimbabwe Farmers' Union AgriNews Talking Farming ZBC TV Freedom Mazwi Agrarian Youth Society Global Irrigation Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Agriculture My Green Land Agrinews.vn - Mạng Nông Nghiệp Women & Land in Zimbabwe Mitacs Bread for the World

“Reduce your risk of contracting #Covid_19 in the Irrigation Schemes by always sanitizing your hands, practicing social distancing and washing your hands regularly with soap and under running water. #FarmersStaySafe #Covid19isReal @FreedomMazwi @AgNews @farmingfirst”

We are very happy to share our informative and exciting annual report with you. Among the issues, is the gender and conf...
26/03/2021

We are very happy to share our informative and exciting annual report with you. Among the issues, is the gender and conflict, land and conflict issues! We hope you enjoy reading this edition! Click on the link bellow to access our annual report.http://www.ccmt.co.zw/CCMT-2020-Annual-Report.pdf
https://twitter.com/CCMTZimbabwe/status/1375410275625668612?s=20

We are very happy to share our informative and exciting annual report with you. Among the issues, is the gender and conflict, land and conflict issues! We hope you enjoy reading this edition! Click on the link bellow to access our annual report.http://www.ccmt.co.zw/CCMT-2020-Annual-Report.pdf
https://twitter.com/CCMTZimbabwe/status/1375410275625668612?s=20

CCMT trained its Community Liaison Committee members on citizen journalism in Zvishavane. These environment monitors wer...
25/03/2021
CCMT’s citizen journalism training to counter reckless mining firms – The business Connect Zimbabwe

CCMT trained its Community Liaison Committee members on citizen journalism in Zvishavane. These environment monitors were from ward 3, 5, 6,17, 18 & 19 in Runde Rural District. Follow the link below to read the full article, http://thebusinessconnect.co.zw/ccmts-citizen-journalism-training-to-counter-reckless-mining-firms/ Christian Aid Ireland Maria Collison Women & Land in Zimbabwe Zimbabwe Environmental Law Association Environmental Management Agency Christian Aid YAFM Business Connect Women and Law in Southern Africa - Zimbabwe Women In Mining in Zimbabwe Women in small scale mining Zimbabwe Women Of Rural Mining In Zimbabwe -Wormz"
https://twitter.com/CCMTZimbabwe/status/1374989294666969089?s=20

CCMT’s citizen journalism training to counter reckless mining firms March 25, 2021March 25, 2021 newsroom ShareBy Edward Mukaro 50 environment monitors from Runde and Zvishavane Districts who are also the Centre for Conflict Management Trust’s (CCMT) community liaison committee members have been...

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