A first-hand account of creation of South Africa’s National Peace Accord between 1991-1994
a civil society organisation working throughout Africa since 1992, to bring creative African solutions to the challenges posed by conflict on the continent.
political developments by bringing conflict resolution, dialogue and development to the forefront as an alternative to protracted conflict.
throughout Africa, from SADC in the south, through the Great Lakes region to the Horn of Africa and in West Africa.
Over the last 20 years Africa has developed significant peacekeeping capacity of its own, and grown from one of the smallest, to currently the largest regional contributor to global peace operations. This is the story of this remarkable journey and its implications for the future of peace and conflict in Africa.