Today survival — peace, nonviolence — really depends not just on the internal communities you belong to but the communities we can form that are global communities.

— Justin Hefter

Ammoun Dissi and Justin Hefter discovered that people on opposite sides of the same conflict, in regional conflicts around the world, tend to play the same computer games. Recognizing an opportunity to exploit this common ground, their company Bandura Games develops platforms that create opportunities for gamers who might otherwise view each other as enemies to come together as friends.

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