The Social Science Research Council (SSRC)is an independent, international, nonprofit organization founded in 1923.
Governed by a board of directors, it fosters innovative research, nurtures new generations of social scientists, deepens how inquiry is practiced within and across disciplines, and mobilizes necessary knowledge on important public issues.
The Conflict Research Group (CRG) is a multidisciplinary research unit at Ghent University (Faculty of Political and Social Sciences). We are primarily interested in the micro-level dynamics of civil conflicts and concentrate both on the impact of civil conflicts on local communities, and on the links between local and global dimensions of conflict.
Oxfam is an international confederation of 20 organisations working together with partners and local communities in more than 90 countries. Oxfam is determined to change the world by mobilising the power of people against poverty. Around the globe, Oxfam works to find practical, innovative ways for people to lift themselves out of poverty and thrive.
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is a world-leading centre for research and postgraduate education in public and global health, with more than 4,000 students and 1,000 staff working in over 100 countries. The School is one of the highest-rated research institutions in the UK, is among the world's leading schools in public and global health, and was named University of the Year in the Times Higher Education Awards 2016.
Mercy Corps is a global team of humanitarians who partner with communities, corporations and governments to transform lives around the world.
Its mission is to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities.
The Bridge Network is a non-governmental research based organisation, founded and run by young South Sudanese earlier career researchers from a collection of different ethnic and social backgrounds with representatives in all the three regions of South Sudan. Currently, The Bridge Network is undertaking a project on land grabbing, land rights and land value through grants at LSE’s Centre for Public Authority and International Development (CPAID).