Organization for International Dialogue and Conflict Management is a non-profit interdisciplinary an interdisciplinary association of scientists from a variety of different scholarly disciplines, such as physics, biology, social and political sciences association based in Vienna, Austria. Its aim is to promote and facilitate the communication and exchange in science and research. The main focus is set on current social and technical transformations, their evolution and social and environmental impacts, in view of preventing and resolving consequential conflicts. It is made up of different researchers and professionals from different backgrounds organized into four specific working groups. Its objective is to promote communication, exchange and cooperation between Europeans and Africans on issues relevant for both continents or of global dimension. IDC will also actively contribute to other Work Packages, and notably support the dissemination of information on the project's progress and outcomes. Sources of fundings are national and international state programs for research. Projects are related to science communications, technology assessment, risk research, foresight studies using different methodologies such as data mining, statistical reviews, interview series, stakeholder workshops, policy analysis and statement collections etc. Since 2002 it has been possible to further strengthen the interdisciplinary nature of IDC by collecting a creative and innovative think tank in the fields of natural sciences, social sciences, and media work.
The following is the list of scholars from Organization for International Dialogue and Conflict Management who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences