WHO WE ARE
Stand With Congo is an inclusive social movement hub uniting activists, civil society leaders, techies, private sector innovators, and other global citizens with the Congo peace movement.
Launched as a mining transparency campaign, Stand With Congo has grown into a global platform for human rights in Congo supported by a thriving diverse international community, and the birthplace of Mighty Peace Coffee.
the standwithcongo community:
anatomy of a global movement
From young, non-violent, pro, democracy, activists rallying the public to civil society, leaders building their communities, to diaspora members rallying the international community, Congolese are leading the peace movement. Movement leaders determine Stand With Congo’s actions, and communications.
Stand with Congo personnel, lead organizers, advisory board members, and volunteers support Movement Leaders by amplifying Congolese narratives and messages, coordinating and organizing advocacy events, an online community of tens of thousands, producing multi-media and storytelling series, and building a global community taking action in solidarity with the Congolese peace movement.
Stand with Congo partners with groups and experts that forward Congolese peace and transparency efforts.
the movement leaders
StandWithCongo support team
Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Professional.
Ms. Stribling is a nascent visionary. Throughout her journey, she has been a firm
Kwame has a decade and half of experience in business, government, civil society and media sectors across four continents, having previously
Halima is a software engineer at Google NY, a proud Nigerian technologist and all round creative. In the past, she has applied her skills extensively in
Lasco is Congolese born and a United States veteran who has served the nation both in peace and war times. He has worked in Congo where he has developed
Hélène is a digital media producer with a background in political science and cinema studies and significant experience in socially engaged
Christian is a teacher of English, social entrepreneur and human rights activist. He founded the Great Vision Center in 2008 to train young people in learning