The program examines social, cultural and individual understanding of peacebuilding process to improve youth & adults perception on how to transform conflicts without resorting to violence. It further, addresses the challenges of violent conflicts, discrimination and the knowledge gaps in the field of peace & conflict transformation.
Peace-building: focuses on activities aiming at promoting a culture of peace by reducing or ending violent conflicts and averting the outbreak of violence. Counter Violent Extremism: focus on generic prevention; create initiatives aiming at identifying youth influencing factors & behaviors, reduce risks & strengthen protective measures.
Why do it
Wherever people with different interests, needs, culture, belief, etc. work and/or live together, there is always the potential for conflicts or differences. If not transformed, might escalate into violence. Our training courses prepare youth to adopting peacebuilding methods involving activities that aim to reduce tension & prevent violence.
How it works
The results produced by the program are used by the Editorial to produce youth learning and training modules that respond to young people's learning needs. We aim to develop learning approaches to knowledge about women, men, and gender-related issues through innovative learning activities, theories, perspectives, & frameworks.
To achieve what
The courses are Problem-solving-oriented and focus on generating new ideas, methods and solutions towards the challenges to peace- building and counter violenet extremism. Thus, participants become familiar with peace-building activities through non-formal education and how to apply that in practice; developing sustainable ventures.
08 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
85% GOES TO PROGRAMMES
35 PROJECTS EXECUTED
50 PARTNERS ENGAGED
1200 YOUTH REACHED/YEAR