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Nonviolent Peaceforce: Women’s Peacekeeping Teams incorporated into South Sudan communities 2004 Nobel Peace Prize Awarded to Wangari Maathai
"now we are a team and it is our right and our responsibility to make peace" "The environment is very important in the aspects of peace because when we destroy our resources and our resources become scarce, we fight over that."
African Women's Journal: African Women in Power/Politics The Gacaca: Rwanda's Bold Experiment in Reconciliation
"we continue to wrestle with power, make our voices heard and bring about lasting change which can be felt by the coming generations . . . A lutta continua. " "We need to follow the course of the gacaca over the next few years to see if we can learn about justice from the African people and their traditions."
World Peace Foundation, DR Congo: Vision, Mission, Activities and Projects in 2015 A Great Green Wall Across the African Continent
"SHORT AND LONG TERM PROJECTS: Short term: Construction of a peace village . . . Long term: . . . construction of the University of Peace." "the great breadth of this enterprise illustrates the motivation of the populations concerned: to regain the right to live in dignity through solidarity "
Foundation de la paix mondiale, D.R. Congo: Vision, Mission, Activités et Projets 2015 Amahoro Amani: Lasting peace promotion in the Great Lakes
"LES PROJETS A COURT TERME ET A LONG TERME: A court terme : Construction d’un village de la paix . . . A long terme : . . . les constructions de l’Université de la paix" "By the end of 2007, 420 community mediators aged between fifteen and twenty-five will have been trained in how to take action in their communities to prevent, mediate, and resolve conflicts peacefully."
South Africa: International Training Program for Human Rights To desire freedom is an instinct
"the main goals of the upcoming Forum are to bring both outstanding participants from past Leadership Training Programmes and new leaders to launch a global intergenerational leadership organization" "one of my literary projects that are committed to building understanding, tolerance, and Peace initiative in Nigeria"
Nigeria: Why we facilitated Abuja peace accord —Ben Obi Peace Education Center in Ghana
"the processes would involve workshops, seminars and town hall meetings on a continuous basis until the culture of peace and non-violent conducts during and after elections were inculcated into the Nigeria people, especially the youth" "The Center brings young people together to learn peace-building, peace-making, peace-keeping, and most of all, peace-being skills."
A Year-long Project for "Living Together - REVE" in Niger Imams and preachers from the Sahel meet in Algiers to combat religious fanaticism
"contributing to a better future for CARE and its partners alongside the state, for conflict prevention and identification of the root causes of vulnerabilities in the Sahel" "the seminar participants urged all scholars, imams and preachers of the Sahel region recognizing the Maliki rite to remove all the ambiguities of religion, "to spread the culture of peace, tolerance, harmony and coexistence with other religions and communities "
Un an du "Projet Revalorisation du Vivre Ensemble – REVE" au Niger Facing the Past, Moving Towards the Future
"pour une meilleure contribution future de CARE et ses partenaires aux côtés de l’Etat, dans la prévention des conflits, causes profondes identifiées de vulnérabilités au Sahel" "This was when I realized that these castles provide a platform for both Europeans and Africans alike to face the horrible past of the slave trade and figure out a way forward for all of humanity. "
Esther Abimiku Ibanga, Founder and president of The Women Without Walls Initiative to receive the Niwano Peace Prize Reflection on the Life of Wangari Maathai
"A courageous and dedicated religious leader, Esther has worked extensively to foster and facilitate reconciliation between conflicting religious and tribal groups." "Her Nobel prize speech conveys her pride in African women’s resilience; her emphasis on justice, integrity and trust; the contribution of tree-planting to promoting a culture of peace; the need to preserve both local biodiversity and cultural diversity."
The Contribution of Transfrontier Peace Parks to Peace in Southern Africa A Call from Africa for Sustainable Tourism: the Lusaka Declaration
"to restore the ancient patterns of diverse ecological communities, and . . . to reconnect the shared cultures of tribal peoples, dislocated when colonial rulers arbitrarily imposed Africa’s borders." "The Lusaka Declaration on Sustainable Tourism Development, Climate Change and Peace was unanimously adopted by the fifth African Conference of the International Institute for Peace through Tourism"
Community-based tours and stories in South Africa: Alexandra, Soweto and more Fourth African Conference of International Institute of Peace through Tourism
"Each community has a unique story to tell. We enable the visitor to experience this uniqueness. This gets people to understand other cultures by immersing them in the community." "More than 400 delegates from 33 countries participated in the conference sharing their experiences, ideas, wisdom and commitments."
The second edition of the Amani Festival fixed for mid-February in Goma International Women´s Day: Interview With Leymah Gbowee (Liberia)
"The Festival is designed to consolidate a culture of peace and reconciliation among the peoples in the region plagued by armed conflict for the past two decades." "The Liberian women peace movement demonstrated to the world that grassroots movements are essential to sustaining peace; that women in leadership positions are effective brokers for peace; and the importance of culturally relevant social justice movements. "
La 2è édition du Festival Amani fixée en mi-février à Goma The International Forum of Reflection on the Culture of Peace in Africa opened in Abidjan
"Ce festival entend consolider la culture de la paix et la réconciliation entre peuple d’une contrée en proie à des conflits armés depuis plus de deux décennies." "the forum is dedicated to identifying new actions to reinforce the culture of peace in West Africa . . . and contribute to the formulation of the new Medium Term Strategy of UNESCO for the period 2014-2021 "
Sudan Open University Graduates Sign Peace Pledge Child rights activist begins mission for child soldiers
"As we have gained a lot through our education at the University, we pledge before everyone present here to become messengers for peace and development" "Kimmie's return visit is part of a global campaign to study and bring international attention to the use of children in armed conflicts."
Children’s Thoughts on Peace: Marking 1 Year of Civil War in South Sudan Campus Peace Educators' Training Program
"It has been a year of heart- break and hardwork. We have laughed together and cried together as we struggled to come to terms with the reality of the terrible violence that has continued to shake the country." "The first Campus Peace Educators Training Program holds in Abuja ... May 7 – 12, 2007 ... Venue: The Peace Embassy, Abuja and TWB-Nigeria Training Center,"