Randolph M. Wright was recently re- elected to the Board of Directors of Search for Common Ground (SFCG), a non profit organization headquartered in Washington D.C. and Brussels, Belgium, dedicated to transforming the way that the world deals with conflict.
SFCG was recently named to the list of the “TOP 100 BEST NGO’s In The World” byThe Global Journal published in Geneva, Switzerland.
SFCG was ranked #52 on the list. Four organizations listed conflict resolution as their primary work; SFCG was ranked the highest in the field of conflict resolution.
The Global Journal explained why it included SFCG in its top 100 list: The organization’s programs engage thousands of people directly, while their innovative media projects increase that reach into the millions. This programming has had clear impact. External evaluations in Burundi, for instance, found that radio programs produced by Studio Ijambo had changed the way people felt about and related to other ethnic groups in their society, while information dissemination activities in the Democratic Republic of Congo served as critical sources of public awareness about the peace process, helping to reduce suspicion and rumors that could otherwise lead to violence.
Berry Moorman P.C. is proud to represent many not for profit/NGO organizations like Search for Common Ground.