CCM was created in October 1999 with the mandate to address the knowledge gap in the field of genocide, peace and conflict studies, and post-conflict reconstruction and reconciliation through research, teaching as well as services to the community.  Twenty years after the centre was established, its ambition is to become a regional Centre of Excellence (CoE) for research and training in peaceful transformation of conflicts and prevention of genocide. The centre serves as a bridge between academic teaching and research and contributes significantly in policy development in the areas pertaining to its mandate.  Currently, the centre runs three Masters Programs:

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