ACCORD’s Training for Peace (TfP) Programme will conduct a Civilian Peacekeeping and Peacebuilding Course (CPPC), focusing on Mission Preparedness for(…more)
On Saturday 17 June 2006 ACCORD’s Burundi Programme staff participated in a ‘Walk for Refugees’ in Bujumbura, Burundi. This walk(…more)
ACCORD’s Training for Peace (TfP) in Africa Programme was invited by the Kenya Peace Support Training Centre (KPSTC) to participate(…more)
The ACCORD Burundi office will be hosting a consultative workshop on the United Nation’s Peace Building Commission (UNPBC) with a(…more)
ACCORD’s Training for Peace (TfP) Senior Programme Officer, Mrs Karishma Rajoo, participated in the United Nations (UN) Department of Peacekeeping(…more)
ACCORD’s Research Unit will host an experts’ workshop on ‘Peace Agreements in Southern Africa’ from 3-5 May 2006 at the(…more)
The text of ACCORD Founder and Executive Director, Vasu Gounden’s speech at the 2006 Africa Peace Award ceremony.
Recognising Burundi’s achievements in ending their violent civil war and successfully establishing a democracy.
A top African award for contribution to peace and conflict management – particularly in the field of women’s rights and(…more)
Richard Kamidza, Senior Researcher at ACCORD, recently attended a two-day consultative workshop in Uppsala, Sweden, to look at poverty reduction(…more)
ACCORD’s Elections Programme will host a three day capacity building workshop for electoral stakeholders in Luanda, from 7-9 June 2006.(…more)
The “Peacekeeping – Peacebuilding: Preparing for the Future” conference will take place in Helsinki on 29 May. It is organised by(…more)
The African Civil-Military Coordination (ACMC) Programme at ACCORD ran its Southern Africa Regional Civil-Military Coordination (CIMIC) Course from 2-12 May(…more)
On 19 May 2006, ACCORD is bringing 12 African academics to Durban, South Africa to assist ACCORD to interrogate transitional(…more)
Cedric de Coning, Research Fellow and Advisor to the Peace & Security Unit at ACCORD, made a presentation on the(…more)
The African Peace Support Trainers association (APSTA), is launching its new website – http://www.apsta-africa.org – today. The Association was established(…more)