Human rights

Sahel countries gather around the monitoring of the integration of PVE into education systems


Mali, Niger, the Gambia, Burkina Faso, Senegal and Guinea-Bissau met for two days in Dakar to review progress in integrating the prevention of violent extremism (PVE) into their education programs and the teaching and learning processes of their respective countries. Learn more...

 

Source: UNESCO



Africa: sources and resources for a culture of peace


Title: Africa: sources and resources for a culture of peace

Description: The UNESCO action in favor of a culture of peace in Africa is placed in the context of the implementation of the “Iintersectoral and Interdisciplinary Program of Action for a Culture of Peace and Non-violence”1 as well as in the Mid-Term Strategy (2014 -2021) of UNESCO, which has identified "building peace by building inclusive, peaceful and resilient societies" as one of two main areas of action for Africa.

Issue date: 2013

Author: UNESCO

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The Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre


The Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre

The Johannesburg Holocaust & Genocide Centre (JHGC) was founded in 2008 and together with its sister Centres in Cape Town (est. 1999) and Durban (est. 2008), forms the South African Holocaust & Genocide Foundation (SAHGF). The JHGC is a member of the Association of Holocaust Organisations (AHO) comprising over 300 institutions worldwide. It is also a member of the International Association of Genocide Scholars (IAGS) and the Alliance Against Genocide.  Learn more...

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Education about the Holocaust and preventing genocide


TitleEducation about the Holocaust and preventing genocide

Description: The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for policy-makers who seek to implement or substantiate within their education systems the study of the Holocaust and, more broadly, the study of genocide and mass atrocities.

Issue date: 2017

Author: UNESCO

Link: TELECHARGER

 



National Action Plans on Preventing Violent Extremism


Title : National Action Plans on Preventing Violent Extremism

Description: The International Civil Society Network (ICAN) sought to gain a better understanding of the content of the plans and to highlight good practices and gaps particularly in relation to the inclusion of civil society and gender perspectives and priorities.

Issue date: 2017

Author: ICAN

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Sahel strategies: why coordination is imperative


Title :Sahel strategies: why coordination is imperative

Description:  This study offers a comparative analysis of the various initiatives and strategies for the Sahel undertaken by multilateral actors

Issue date: 2015

Author: ISS

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Global Peace launched at the United Nations General Assembly


On 24 September 2018, Mrs Graça Machel, the chair of ACCORD’s Board of Trustees, addressed the United Nations General Assembly at the United Nations in New York, USA, on the occasion of the Nelson Mandela Peace Summit. In her address Mrs Machel asked global leaders to put aside their interests and take real action towards the creation of peace. She highlighted the experience of ACCORD working in Africa over the past twenty-five years, and that the lessons gained from ACCORD have been used to establish ACCORD’s new initiative, Global Peace

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Source: Accord.org



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