Silencing the Guns - a Focus on Peacebuilding

AllAfrica's series of webinars with African peacebuilders and researchers kicks off with a focus on three areas: a country pursuing stability after decades of war, and two areas in which conflict - rooted in local conditions but influenced by outside actors - has been escalating. The discussion deals with:

South Sudan, in eastern Africa, where the young nation's citizens desperately hope peace initiatives will take root;

The Sahel region in West Africa, where insurgencies across four nations have highlighted the role of cross-border and international militants and generated a security-based response from western powers;

and Mozambique in Southern Africa, where more limited interest from Middle Eastern militants in a domestic insurgency is attracting Western concern. 

AllAfrica's reporting on peacebuilding across Africa is supported by a grant from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, philanthropy supporting innovations in education, democratic engagement, and strengthening international peace and security.


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A UN peacekeeper in the village of Diallo in the Bandiagara area in Mopti in Mali.


AllAfrica's Mantsadi Sepheka discusses peacebuilding in South Sudan, Mozambique, and the Sahel with expert researchers Shuvai Busuman-Nyoni, David Matsinhe and Ornella Moderan.


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