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

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


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London Somalia Conference 2017: How Somalia can Build a Prosperous, Stable Future

On Thursday 11 May, Prime Minister Theresa May, President Farmajo, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson a...

17 May, 2017
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Al-Shabaab Attempts to Take Control of Education in Somalia

The Somali people were shocked last week to hear that Al-Shabaab was threatening educators in Somal...

27 April, 2017
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Climate Change and Famine Can Fuel Terrorism: We Must Help Somalis in Desperate Need

The threat of famine looms over millions of Somalis. The drought that has hit the country and its ne...

21 April, 2017
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The Humanitarian Crisis in East Africa is Getting Increasing Desperate

Last month, the World Health Organisation issued a stark warning that Somalia was at risk of sufferi...

06 April, 2017