Can the African Union help bring a culture of peace to Africa?

Here are some of the CPNN articles about actions of the African Union to support a culture of peace on the continent:

United Nations-African Union Joint Task Force on Peace and Security Holds its Nineteenth Consultative Meeting on 16 October 2020

ECOSOCC / Morocco: Launch of the e-caravan of peace, flagship event of Amnesty Month in Africa

Angola: President’s aide encourages African Union to stick to peaceful conflict resolution

The AU’s role in brokering Sudan deal offers lessons for the future

The 815th meeting of the African Union Peace and Security Council: Report of the Commission on Elections in Africa

South Sudan Chapter of African Union Master Plan Roadmap “Practical Steps To Silencing The Guns By 2020”

Continent’s free trade deal a game-changer for Africa

Global community responds to recent positive progress in Ethiopia, Eritrea relations

African Union: Africa’s Peace and Security Landscape by the Year 2023: A Prospective Analysis of Peace and Security Challenges

Challenge of Tackling Terrorism Threat Can Be Achieved through Solidarity, Secretary-General Tells African Union Peace and Security Council

African Union and UN sign Memorandum of Understanding for Peacebuilding

Ivory Coast: UNESCO announces the creation of a school for the Culture of Peace in Yamoussoukro

Burundi agrees to accept African Union human rights monitors

26th Ordinary Session of the AU Assembly concludes with gratitude to Ebola fighters and peace as priorities of the continent

Retreat of the Pan-African Network of the Wise

Report on the Global African Diaspora Summit

Launch of the network of journalists for peace and security in Africa

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