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Every donation you make goes towards combating the tribalism that left Somali people where they are today.

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The Anti-Tribalism Movement is a non-profit organisation aimed at educating and raising awareness about the effects of tribalism within communities. The ATM's vision and track record is based on a cohesive and dynamic society where every person’s opinion is valued regardless of clan, gender or political belief.

THE WAY WE WORK


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ENCOURAGE DIALOGUE
Creating space for dialogue is essential in order to build cohesive and harmonize societies
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FOSTER TOLERANCE
We work with partners to produce contents such as films, publications, plays, and organize seminars, reconciliation conferences and events
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PRODUCE LEADERS
ATM in partnership with SOAS, University of London develops 25 elite young Somalis each year known as ATM Fellowship
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ADVOCACY
The Anti-Tribalism Movement undertakes number of initiatives and campaigns to advocate for the communities

LATEST NEWS & MEDIA


Zak Idan
Zak Idan, the Changing Face of Local US Politics, and Hope for the Diaspora

Earlier this month, we told you about the four Somali Americans who had recently won in local electi...

13 December, 2017
Music
A Collection of Lost (and then Found) Somali Music has been Nominated for a Grammy

A collection of Somali music has been nominated for a Grammy. The album, Sweet as Broken Dates: Lost...

13 December, 2017
University
A Somali Mother and Son Just Graduated from Birkbeck University – At the Same Time

Although it arrived late, this is one of our favourite stories of the year. Edwin Lerew, from London...

08 December, 2017
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Four Somali Americans Have Won Local Elections in the USA

Above: Zak Idan, a newly elected member of Tukwila (WA) City Council, on the campaign trail. Via. In...

01 December, 2017