The organisations met with various CSOs in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to reflect on the ‘Pathways for Peace’ Report.
Strengthening IGAD’s mediation capacity to promote dialogue and reconciliation towards conflict prevention and transformation.
Strengthening the Africa Initiative’s capacity and confidence to manage the Central African Republic’s peace processes.
Providing a platform to foster youth leadership by actively encouraging participation in conflict prevention and peacebuilding programmes.
Working towards increasing skills and knowledge on the religious dimensions in conflict.
Bringing together various stakeholders and government representatives working in conflict management, mediation and peacebuilding.
Strengthening the AUC member states’ capability to plan, manage and implement PSOs on the African continent.
Enhancing women’s participation in the national agenda on peace and reconciliation in Mozambique.
A Stability Agreement has been agreed upon after a number of meetings with representatives of Rio Tinto.
ACCORD undertook a consultative visit to South Sudan – holding meetings with local academics, civil society organisations and government institutions.
Meeting with stakeholders from university, NGOs and government to discuss the evolving nature of conflict across the African continent.
ACCORD presents a funding proposal to the South African Military Ombud.
ACCORD hosted a lessons sharing High Level Retreat intended to afford the CAR Delegation an opportunity to prepare for upcoming(…more)
ACCORD continues to strengthen the mediation capacities of women in Africa.
ACCORD, in collaboration with ECCAS convened a Consultation Workshop for the Establishment of an ECCAS Panel of Elders, which served(…more)
ACCORD hosted fifteen United States high school students visiting SA as part of their intercultural engagements and training to broaden(…more)