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3rd Annual African Alliance for Peace Summit, Rwanda, 16-19 February 2014

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The African Alliance for Peace (AAP) is one of the largest peace initiatives on the continent. Growing out of the Global Alliance for Ministries and Infrastructures of Peace (GAMIP), it includes members from Rwanda, Senegal, Uganda, and South Africa, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Cameroon, and continues to grow.

Its vision is to support the creation of a culture of peace and nonviolence in all African countries, including calling for structures in government and civil society to support a culture of peace. The third AAP Summit is for all peacebuilders in Africa and friends of peace globally. During the Summit we hope to enhance our understanding of peace education, develop new skills and approaches to educating our communities for peace and develop meaningful networks for peace in Africa.


Kigali, Rwanda 10-15 February 2014

The pre-summit training is for peace workers in Africa to enhance their skills in peacebuilding. The training will equip participants in the alternatives to violence program, nonviolent communication, conflict resolution and peace education.

The Summit costs $300 and Pre-summit training $350. Limited scholarships and partial-scholarships are available. Registration closes on December 16th, 2013. For more details about the 3rd AAP Summit, contact Jean de Dieu Basabose at (+250) 0788403868 or (+250) 0788686324 or

The summit will be hosted by Shalom Educating for Peace Rwanda with the support of the following: International Alert Rwanda, Institute of Research and Dialogue for Peace, World Vision Rwanda , ALARM, GPPAC East Africa, MCC Rwanda and Burundi, Young Peacebuilders Initiative, International Centre on Nonviolence, Labenevolencija, Mercy Ministries International/Great Lakes, ADRA Rwanda, Search for Common Ground Rwanda, the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, International Centre of Nonviolence, Teachers Without Boarders, and the Rwandan National Unity and Reconciliation Commission, amongst others. For more information, click here.

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