Partnering with those that demand equality and safety for every life regardless of family, tribe, religion, location, or skin color-Bridgeway supports efforts that share their vision of a world without genocide.
- Genocide Intervention Network
Committed to a world in which Genocide does not exist,
Genocide Intervention Network is working to mobilize individuals that are willing to take action in fighting against mass atrocity. http://www.genocideintervention.net
- The University of Texas at Austin
In partnership with Bridgeway Foundation, The University of Texas at Austin is building a database that archives genocide. The Rwandan genocide was the first mass atrocity to be archived however, the archivists are inputting data every day on other instances of genocide. Once launched, the archive will include genocide-related: survivor testimonies, news articles, personal journal entries from victims of genocide, photos, and video.
Peacemaking and Reconciliation:
Bridgeway looks to leverage the work of those creating and encouraging opportunities for sustainable peace and rebuilding the lives of people afflicted by racial, political, and economic discrimination.
Alarm’s mission is to develop and equip leaders in Africa. By
training men and women, they strive to create strong communities of
people that are prepared for the challenges of the new millennium.
Bridgeway Foundation is proud to walk along-side Alarm as they
train and educate Africa’s current and future leaders.
- Project Rwanda
Project Rwanda is committed to furthering the economic development of Rwanda through initiatives based on the bicycle as a tool and symbol of hope. The goal is use the bike to help boost the Rwandan economy as well as re-brand Rwanda as a beautiful and safe place to do business and visit freely.
Protecting and caring for human life is central to Bridgeway Foundation’s mission and existence. For this reason, Bridgeway strives to support initiatives that are centered around working globally toward justice and equality.
- Human Rights Watch
Bridgeway Foundation has strategically partnered with Human Rights Watch (HRW) to track and document the vicious attacks of the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). HRW has been releasing detailed reports from the field in an effort to shed light on the staggering atrocities that are being committed by the LRA.
- Resolve Uganda
Resolve Uganda (Resolve) working to end a war perpetuated by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) and bring lasting peace to Northern Uganda. By petitioning the government for action, and engaging the public in its advocacy efforts, Resolve is committed to a peaceful Uganda and a world where the LRA is no longer in existence.
Tell Us About Yourself
Please be advised, Bridgeway does not accept unsolicited proposals. However, if your organization is working in one of our core issue areas, we encourage you to fill out this form and tell us more about the work you are doing.
Core Issue Areas
- Eliminating Genocide
- Peacemaking and Reconciliation
- Human Rights