APCN is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing a positive peace in Africa. It is comprised of Africanist scholars and professionals active in conflict analysis and resolution research, training, and practice. APCN's research and applied work encompasses peacebuilding, restorative justice, alternative dispute resolution, and other areas related to conflict prevention and management such as development, relief, governance, policing, and legal reform. Examples of APCN activities include producing public educational events, research, facilitating knowledge sharing and dissemination, skills training, and mentoring. APCN is registered with the IRS as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and with the State of Florida as an independent non-profit organization, effective February 2008
www.africapeace.org has many publications available, with others being continually added. Many other resources are also available or are coming soon (e.g. the Africa Peace and Conflict Database), so visit often and spread the word!
We gladly accept volunteers and contributors of various types; please contact Niki Incorvia (niki.incorvia[at]africapeace.org) or Carlyn Jorgensen (cJorgensen[at]africapeace.org) if interested. NB: [at] represents @ symbol
In view of the Angolan government's diplomatic efforts to end «Refugee Status» to refugees from Cabinda on the basis that Angola has both enjoyed many years of peace and stability after bitter civil…Continue