ACCORD appreciated the opportunity to give reverence to the occasion and used the forum to share insights and offer inputs.
Highlighting the challenges faced by human rights defenders the across the world.
Important discussions on ACCORD’s gender, peace and security initiatives from a policy perspective.
ACCORD continues its work on gender and its nexus with peace and conflict.
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Bringing together national, regional and local government leaders to develop and implement solutions aimed at advancing the SDGs.
Strengthening Capacities on Women, Peace and Peace for Sustainable Development.
Assessing data collected from research project on the complexities of coalition building and party politics in Africa.
African Union Border Program supports the reaffirmation and demarcation of common boundary between Mozambique and Zimbabwe.
Further strengthen the skills of Roster Focal Point Officers working on recruiting experts to enter the ASC roster.
Workshop on the importance of the International Humanitarian Law attended by participants rostered in the AU Standby Capacity.
Enhancing the implementation of the commitments for women’s inclusion in peacemaking in Africa.
Promoting the role of women in peacemaking in the Africa.
Speakers at the event covered a wide variety of themes around how technology can lead to positive social change.
Workshop designed to ensure that all AU missions are compliant with International Human Rights Law.
Understanding the role of women in preventing conflict, building and sustaining peace at the grass-roots level.