Social and Human Sciences

Subject:
Culture of peace

Conflict Prevention and Peace Building Networks for the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa. ©UNESCO-PEER 2009
Conflict Prevention and Peace Building Networks for the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa

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On 2nd march 2009, UNESCO PEER launched a peace building project "Conflict Prevention and Peace Building Networks for the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa". This peace building project is being implemented in eight countries including Kenya, Uganda, Sudan, Rwanda, Burundi, the DR Congo, the Central Africa Republic and Somalia. The two year project is funded by the government of Japan in its effort to promote a bottom-up approach to conflict prevention and peace building by giving a voice to the grass-roots.

Place/region Burundi, Central Africa, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda, Africa
Type: Documentary
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Authors and personalities: Wanjeri Mburu, participant.
Production: UNESCO-PEER, producer ; Japan Centre for Conflict Prevention, producer. Government of Japan, sponsor ; Goodnews Productions International - Africa, sponsor.
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