MEDIA COVERAGE: High Level Policy Dialogue on Migration, Peace and Security in North Africa and the Sahel
OGBONNAYA, Ufiem Maurice[i] Introduction For more than two and half decades, precisely between 1985...
We provide advanced training courses, based on the latest scientific methods and approaches.
Specialized workshops on the protection and promotion of human rights, with introductory courses on the international human rights law and the UN Human Rights Mechanisms.
Practical courses on how to analyse conflicts, and how to carry out a mapping of actors for a better understanding of any conflict situation.
Courses that help acquire the necessary techniques and methods to mediate conflicts. The trainees become able to adapt their mediation processes to particular conflict situations.
Workshops to strengthen the trainees capacities to address issues of community vulnerability, on the purpose to ensure sustained peace.
Courses to consolidate prevention efforts in the fight against extremist practices and discourses, by underscoring inclusive approaches for CVE endeavours.
AIPECT is growing fast into an international platform for the promotion of peace and stability discourse. The organization’s extensive networking among the community of peace scholars , security analysts, and development workers in Africa is evident. Also, it’s ever-ready stand-by volunteers is one of its strength , coupled with its emphasis on equal representation for all social categories and principle of inclusivity.
AIPECT, is a young and activist organization that is highly committed to the promotion of human rights, peace, security and development in Africa. Its strong points includes its dynamism, collaborative spirit and strong commitment to pan-Africanism, regional and global peace. AIPECT is already proving to be an excellent partner, and a credible platform for networking and cooperation.
AIPECT is an example of those institutions created to nurture African scholars on peacebuilding, peacemaking and peacekeeping. AIPECT, despite its young age is already positioning itself as a leading institution of peacebuilding in Northern Africa.
The African Institute for Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation (AIPECT), within few years of its existence, made tremendous impact in peacebuilding and conflict management in Africa. I came in contact with AIPECT, and can attest to the Institute’s immense contribution to peacebuilding and conflict management in Africa, due largely to the commitment, capacity and competences of the team that drive its vision and mission.