Intergenerational Dialogue And Experience Sharing With Parliamentarians And Local Elected Officials
The African Youth Charter defines youth as anyone between the age of 15 and 35. In West Africa, young people make up more than 53% of the population of about 412,453,951 million, and current demographic projections suggest that this number could double by 2050.
Teaching Manual For The Prevention Of Violent Extremism In The Sahel And Nigeria
The aim of education is, among others, to prepare individuals to acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes that enable them
to live, interact and thrive in a diverse social and cultural dynamic environment
Silencing The Guns, Strengthening Democratic Governance And Peaceful Elections In West Africa
Democratic governance in West Africa has been fragilized over the past decades by violent conflicts manifesting in the form of civil wars, coups d’ tats, ethnic, chieftaincy, religious and communal clashes.
Annual Report 2020:- Pushing the Boundaries Of Peacebuilding Amidst A Global Pandemic
The West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP) is the leading regional Civil Society Organization in conflict prevention and peacebuilding conceived in 1996 [....]