Bringing together police, civilian and military personnel to align AMISOM’s gender strategy with current peace and security developments.
Reviewing the progress on implementing the 2017 African Standby Force Training Directives.
KAIPTC co-hosted a course to equip mid-level operational personnel with skills to deal with challenges faced by vulnerable communities.
Identifying the opportunities and challenges of multilateralism, and examining its principles and institutions in their historical context.
Workshop provides opportunity for dialogue on national peacebuilding efforts in Burundi, Liberia and South Sudan.
Honouring all the students who completed the 2017 Innovative Leadership Programme at the Durban University of Technology.
Supporting efforts to strengthen the AUC’s planning, management and implementation capacity.
Enhancing the understanding of worldview on the status of women and its implications for peacemaking.
Vasu Gounden invited to be guest speaker at annual event hosted by the Desmond & Leah Tutu Legacy Foundation.
Bringing together civil society trainers to evaluate the impact of the Handbook on Human Security published in 2015.
Supporting the Network of African Women in Conflict Prevention and Peace Mediation.
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.