CPS: Contributing to Lasting Peace in Sierra Leone
CPS: Contributing to Lasting Peace in Sierra Leone
June 17, 2019
Responsabilité et solidarité pour sauver des vies
Responsibility and solidarity to save lives
May 1, 2020

Peace work and human rights

Peace work and human rights

Peace work and human rights

Table of contents

Introduction – Page 7
by Christiane Kayser and Flaubert Djateng
Peace work and human rights:
an essential but stormy alliance
– Page 10
by Christiane Kayser
Human rights and sustaining peace – Page 14
IPI – International Peace Institute
Reflections on the peace process and the role
of psychosocial counselling
– Page 30
by Antoine Denkhaus
Who protects civil society organizations committed
to human rights?
– Page 36
by Flaubert Djateng
Moses “the African”: A human rights defender model
for positive peace in Cameroon and Africa
– Page 39
by Alain Cyrille Abena and Rev. Ebaï Gustav Tabi
Challenges and risks of the work of local human rights
defenders in the context of their activities to promote
and defend human rights and peace
– Page 50
by Rostin Manketa Nkwahata
The promotion of the rights of indigenous Pygmy peoples
for peaceful cohabitation between communities
in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo
– Page 57
by Me Christian K. Sondirya, Me Jacques N.Birikunzira,
Me Donald K. Kasyenene
Social networks as vectors of a new democratic movement:
the limits of a new space for protest in Africa
– Page 69
by Wassy Kambale
Carefully chosen words
– Page 79
Community media
by Geraldine Fobang, Rosaline Akah Obah, Alexander Vojvoda
A country in a tail-spin – Page 83
Training in journalism in Cameroon at the start of a civil war
by Aya Bach
“You have to rely on people” – Page 91
Bread for the World’s support system
for the CPS (Civil Peace Service) programme in Africa
by Christiane Kayser and Flaubert Djateng
Land grabbing for mining in the Katanga region – Page 97
by Audace Manirahinyuza
Land and conflict prevention, achieving SDG 16 – Page 107
by Santigie Sesay
A chance for change – Page 119
by Claudia Christine Wolf

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Peace work and human rights
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