Bringing together experts with AU peace support and post-conflict reconstruction experience to update the knowledge base of African peacekeeping.
ACCORD continues to strengthen the mediation capacities of women in Africa.
ACCORD and the AU strengthen mediation capacity of personnel working within the continental and regional conflict early warning systems.
Giving participants the opportunity to discuss and learn about the peace and security challenges faced by young people across Africa.
Details of ACCORD events and activities held throughout September – the International Month of Peace.
Helping to improve the work of the CSSG in improving the mission environment where civilians would be deployed.
Vasu Gounden invited to speak at the International Peace Lecture hosted by the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation.
South African Military Ombud visits the ACCORD House for an experience sharing and brainstorming workshop.
Giving women a platform to increase their contribution to ending conflict and creating sustainable peace and development in the country.
Forty UKZN students and staff members from various faculties represented fifteen Member States at a simulated AU PSC session.
Independent experts attend roundtable to establish how ad hoc coalitions impact on AU peace support operations.
Peace Support Operations course intended to bridge the gap between Senior Mission Leadership courses and various middle management courses.
Creating a space for representatives of political parties’ youth wings and CSOs to commit to a peaceful election.
Discussing what the renewed Israeli interest in Africa means for the continent.
ACCORD facilitates experience sharing on mediation between Intergovernmental Authority on Development and mediators, mediation experts and stakeholders in Africa.
Equipping refugee leaders with conflict analysis and mapping tools, and facilitating discussions linking their individual mandates to conflict sensitive approaches.