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Académicos de cinco países son capacitados en temas de Paz, Construcción de Resiliencia y Prevención del Extremismo Violento en África

El Instituto Internacional de Construcción de Capacidades de la UNESCO en África (IICBA, por sus siglas en inglés) junto con Arigatou International y el Instituto para los Estudios sobre Paz y Seguridad de la Universidad de Addis Abeba, llevaron a cabo una capacitación para 21 participantes de Etiopía, Kenia, Nigeria, Sudán del Sur y Somalia, incluyendo conferencistas universitarios, representantes del Ministerio de Educación Superior, representantes de la UNESCO Dakar y de One African Child.

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Scholars from five countries trained on Peace, Resilience Building and Prevention of Violent Extremism in Africa

UNESCO International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa (IICBA), together with Arigatou International and the Institute for Peace and Security Studies at Addis Ababa University conducted a training for 21 participants from Ethiopia, Kenya, Nigeria, South Sudan and Somalia, including university lecturers, representatives from the Ministry of Higher Education, representatives from UNESCO Dakar and One African Child.

The “Training of Trainers Workshop for Higher Education on Peace and Resilience Building and Prevention of Violent Extremism in Africa through Teacher Development” took place in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from 28 October to 1 November 2019.

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Teacher Training and Development for Peace-building in the Horn of Africa

Arigatou International Geneva is collaborating with UNESCO-International Institute for Capacity Building in Africa (IICBA) in the implementation of the “Teacher Training and Development for Peace-building” project, which aims to contribute to the provision of economically productive and peace-loving young people through quality teacher training and development. The project engages several countries of the Horn of Africa including Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, and Uganda and aims to reach 8,000 educators in the region.

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