Teachers Without Borders is pleased to officially launch the Dr. Joseph Hungwa Memorial Peace Education program, a teacher professional development course on Peace Education. On Monday, November 1, this program will officially launch and will be available for free download from the Teachers Without Borders web site:http://www.teacherswithoutborders.org/programs/core-programs/peace-educationPlease also visit the TWB Groups page for Peace Education to join the…See More
"Sorry for the delay in responding but there have been many activities going on all at the same time in Virginia. I will give you the slide show that is being developed. I am working on developing a grant and will approach funders in Washington DC.…"
"Christa, your project is interesting and I have no doubt that if you see information on prisons and inmates in Nigeria you will quite appreciate it. In Nigeria, the numers of 'innocent' inmates are high. I would love to participate if…"
"Greetings Kola, I have been communicating with people who are assessing the prison systems, courts, re-entry, etc. They have done an assessment of 13 African countries. Niger is one of the 13 but I do not see Nigeria's assessment. The thought…"
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I am a Nigerian, Social Science graduate from University of Ibadan,Ibadan and presently, I am the Executive Director, Centre for Disaster and Crisis Management (CDCM).
My area of interest include Political Conflict and Peacebuilding.
Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
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Exxecutive Director, Centre for DIsaster and Crisis Management (CDCM)
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Civil Society, Conflict Resolution, Organizational Development
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Advocacy, Capacity Building, Curriculum Development, Program Design, Research, Training
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Sorry for the delay in responding but there have been many activities going on all at the same time in Virginia. I will give you the slide show that is being developed. I am working on developing a grant and will approach funders in Washington DC. It is not my work but the work of leaders in Africa. Please see if this interests you. As you know these things take time to develop because they are so massive...but everyday that actions are delayed it become more a more complex set of problems.
PAJART Multi-Country Analysis.
See it at www.internationalcure.org/IC_MCA_pp.ppt
Greetings Kola, I have been communicating with people who are assessing the prison systems, courts, re-entry, etc. They have done an assessment of 13 African countries. Niger is one of the 13 but I do not see Nigeria's assessment. The thought was to work on reforms coming from the perspective of the justice system. This is because many people are held without trial in over-crowded and unsafe prisons--some of them for political reasons. Do you have any interest in this particular issue?
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