In Congo, the Tournons La Page (TLP) coalition brings together 11 civil society organisations including the Episcopal Justice and Peace Commission, Action Evangélique pour la Paix (AEP), MC Ras-le-bol, the Association des Victimes du M22, the RPDH, the Diocesan J&P Commission, the Mouvement pour la Culture Citoyenne (MCC), the NIOSI Foundation, the CDHD, the Plateforme Congo Maison Commune and the Réseau des Associations des Jeunes Leaders Congolais (RAJLC).
It was in Congo-B that the idea of launching the international movement Turning the Page took shape, in particular by the national coordinator, Brice Mackosso. Brice Mackosso is a figure of civil society in the Republic of Congo and has been fighting for 20 years for good economic as well as political governance. Despite the pressures, he demands that the country's oil wealth be put at the service of development and believes in the politics of small steps. You can find his full picture here: Brice Mackosso, the Congolese regime's scratching post.