Resolution:Possible is a discussion platform focused on conflicts and their causes. We explore the ways we are all connected to conflicts through our work and daily lives, inviting contributions and encouraging conversations.
Resolution:Possible started in 2010 as a UK-based campaign advocating for peace in Central and East Africa, particularly relating to the Lord’s Resistance Army. Through our campaigning and lobbying we met various people with very different perspectives and ideas than we had previously come across, which caused us to re-evaluate how we were thinking and talking about conflicts in this region.
This experience led the evolution of Resolution:Possible’s aims, moving away from campaigning for particular actions related to a specific conflict. Our current goal is to help people understand the causes behind conflicts and the roles we all play in fueling and sustaining them. We share information and thought provoking material to encourage constructive discussions, both online via our website and social media and offline through our workshops and partnerships. Unrestricted by a campaign agenda we are able to share a complete range of viewpoints, allowing people to access opinions and ideas they may otherwise not be exposed to.
Resolution:Possible strives to encourage people to look beyond mainstream sources of information and challenge their perceptions, with the hope of generating a positive shift in the way we interact with countries affected by conflict.
Our focus is currently on conflicts across the Central and East African region, though we also share broader material. We hope to expand our reach in the future.
We are not affiliated with any particular political party or organisation.