Join the Movement for Peace in Congo

 Have You Seen Merci Congo?

Merci Congo takes an unflinching look at the horror on the ground in eastern Congo, including the incredible failings of a corrupt and incompetent Congolese government. The film explores the stories of individual activists – including a schoolteacher, a polio survivor, the CEO of a major tech company, a Congolese lawyer and an American college student – who are working to bring peace to this beleaguered nation, whether by supporting victims of sexual violence, empowering women in remote areas with technology or cutting funds to rebels by changing a business model.

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Thank you @AmbassadorRice for #DRCSanctions, keep up the pressure! #Congo-lese want democratic transition on Dec. 19. #Kabila #RDC #DRC

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The World is Watching You, President Kabila

Today, Congo is facing a political crisis. Its constitution says it should have the first democratic transfer of power in its history on December 19th. But President Joseph Kabila is blocking the holding of elections. At least 53 people were killed in September protests, and violence could escalate. Learn more >


Join the Conflict-Free Movement

The Conflict-Free Campus Initiative works with students and other engaged activists to pressure companies to source conflict-free minerals from Congo by enacting campus, city, and statewide conflict minerals resolutions.

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