ACCORD challenges colleagues, peers, families and businesses to work towards building solidarity and social cohesion in South Africa and globally.
Students and staff from the School of International Training attended presentations and discussions at ACCORD House in Durban, South Africa.
Recognizing the work done in achieving women’s equality whilst still acknowledging that much more progress needs to be made.
Contributing to the production of knowledge in Africa on key issues to influence policy decisions.
Building a learning community.
Rotary Peace Fellow at the University of Queensland presented his research on the relationship between new technologies and peacebuilding.
Advancing mediation and conflict prevention capacities of Sudanese women to ensure effective and enhanced mediation interventions.
Strengthening regional and continental efforts in mediation and conflict prevention in Africa.
Pennsylvania University’s prestigious “Global Go To Think Tank Index” worldwide rankings. Released on 29 January 2020.
Consolidating the collective work done by partners to enhance and harmonise the APPR-RCA’s communication strategy.
Highlighting the Impact of terrorism on AMISOM’s effectiveness and discussing future directions for African Union Peace Support Operations.
Highlighting the growing possibility of violent insurgent activities in Southern Africa, with a case study focused on Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado.
As Chairperson of APSTA, ACCORD participated in the Board and AGM scheduled for 27 and 28 November 2019 respectively.
Strengthening National Mediation and Peacebuilding Architectures in the IGAD region.
Promoting the role of women in peacemaking efforts on the African continent.
Building the capacities of women from the Blue Nile and Nuba Mountains regions in mediation and conflict prevention.
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