Tag: conflict

29
Nov

HORIZONTAL PEER SUPPORT MECHANISM

HORIZONTAL PEER SUPPORT MECHANISM This is a Knowledge Sharing and Learning Platform for the Community Based Organisation (CBO) leaders and staff in Busia, working on addressing Borderland conflicts. Happening on 29-30th November, 2018 at the La Palm Suites Hotel in Busia. Get to know more about: The Cross-border Cooperation (CBC) Project The African Union Convention on Cross-Border Cooperation/Niamey Convention

8
Nov

Campaign for Horn of Africa Countries to sign the African Union Convention on Cross-Border Cooperation/Niamey Convention

Campaign for Horn of Africa Countries to sign the African Union Convention on Cross-Border Cooperation/Niamey Convention What you need to know about the African Union Convention on Cross-Border Cooperation/Niamey Convention The Niamey Convention is in line with the agreement that was established by the Agenda 2063 under the aspiration of a continent of seamless borders, and management of cross-border resources

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17
Oct

Day 197, Year of #Mygration: From the Frying Pan into the Fire: The Deteriorating Situation of Female Refugees in Uganda

Day 197, Year of #Mygration: From the Frying Pan into the Fire: The Deteriorating Situation of Female Refugees in Uganda Did you know the OU has over 7000 students studying outside the UK? Miriam Cherukut from the National Association of Women Organisations in Uganda (NAWOU) was once one of them. She studied an MSc in Development Management with The Open University thanks to a Commonwealth Scholarship funded by the UK Government’s Department for International

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18
Aug

Women in peace processes

The strategic objective of this programme area was to increase in the participation of women in challenging systemic causes of conflict and providing alternative paradigms to peace building and conflict resolution. It is true that sustainable peace requires the full participation of women at all stages of peace process. EASSI targets the enhancements of women’s participation in the peace processes

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