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Pax Warrior has received support from the Canadian Dept. of Foreign Affairs' Peacebuilding Fund, Telefilm's New Media Fund, Norway's FAFO institute and the Interactive Project Lab [Banff Centre / Canadian Film Centre / INIS], for its initial development and prototype phase.

The Pearson Peacekeeping Centre have generously committed to aiding us in testing and will provide Peacekeeping expertise as well as grant access to their networking resources and specialized research facilities.

FAFO[AIS] Institute

Fafo Institute for Applied Social Science conducts research and studies in the fields of labour relations, welfare policy and living conditions, both in Norway and internationally. Fafo's New Security Programme (NSP) continues the work of the five-year Programme for International Co-operation and Conflict Resolution (PICCR), that ended on December 31, 2003. NSP will carry on PICCR policy and research projects related to peace operations and international responses to civil wars.

Canadian Dept. of Foreign Affairs' Peacebuilding Fund

The Canadian Peacebuilding Initiative was announced on October 30, 1996 by the Minister of Foreign Affairs as a joint initiative with the Minister of International Co-operation. The initiative reflects Canada's commitment to global security and sustainable development. The Peacebuilding Fund, operating since April 1, 1997, is one of the main components of this ministerial initiative.

Pearson Peacekeeping Centre

The Pearson Peacekeeping Centre (PPC) is an internationally recognized training centre for individuals and organizations involved in peace operations. Established in 1994 by the Government of Canada, the PPC is an independent, non-profit organization whose mandate is to support Canada's contribution to international peace and security.

Telefilm's New Media Fund

Telefilm Canada is a federal cultural agency dedicated to the development and promotion of the Canadian film, television, new media and music industries. With the objective of building larger audiences for Canadian cultural products, the Corporation acts as a partner to the private sector through investments in diverse productions with wide appeal.

Interactive Project Lab

The Interactive Project Lab (IPL) is a national bilingual accelerator program collectively designed by three respected interactive media institutes: the Banff New Media Institute (BNMI), l'Institut national de l'image et du son (INIS) in Montreal, and the Canadian Film Centre's Habitat in Toronto. The mandate of the IPL is to build and accelerate the creative, business leadership, and technical skills of Canada's convergent media, software, and technology talent.

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