Africa Peace Conference

Africa Peace Conference
past almost 3 years ago

Starts: Friday, 21 August, 2015 07:00am

Ends: Saturday, 22 August, 2015 05:00pm

Event Details

“There have been over 9 million refugees and internally displaced people from conflicts in Africa. Hundreds and thousands of people have been slaughtered from a number of conflicts and civil wars.

Despite decades of conflict, death and tragedy, coverage of issues in Africa has often been ignored, oversimplified, or excessively focused on limited aspects. Deeper analysis, background and context has often been lacking, so despite what seems like constant images of starving children in famines, news of billions in aid to Africa from generous donor countries, the background context and analysis is often missing.

Whether aid makes the situation worse, or why there is famine and hunger in Africa when African nations are exporting crops to other parts of the world are rarely asked by the mainstream”

Africa Peace Conference 2015 covers topics such as:

  • Youth and the internet in peace building
  • Developing the future non-violence democratic leaders
  • Corporate and economic peace: what its means in the 21st century
  • The role of womenin ensuring sustainable culture of peace and democracy
  • Achieving the MDGs: the role of NGOs, CBOs, Civic societies and the local communities
  • Internally generated fund raising strategies for NGOs, CBO, and Civic Societies

Africa Peace Conference 2015 brings together:

  • Representative from development agencies and reginal blocs
  • Civil society leaders and staff
  • Security services
  • Government departments
  • Academia
  • Corporate bodies
  • Cyber security experts

Call for Paper

AFCOPB is currently inviting papers from interested individuals for presentation during the Africa Peace Conference. This is an excellent opportunity for scholars and relevant stakeholders to present papers based on the theme of the conference.

Conference Theme: “Empowering Africa For Economic Peace: The Role of the Civil Society, Business and Regional Blocs”

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