Welcome to the Africa Peace Fellows Program

The Africa Peace Fellows is a certificate training program designed to meet existing key gaps in creating internal capacity for transformative conflict resolution systems in Africa, especially in the development of consistent, sustainable conflict resolution and prevention training programs at advanced and specialized skills levels, including retraining or continuing education, with emphasis on intractable and emerging public policy, governance, and commercial disputes. The Africa Peace Fellows curriculum will go beyond the traditional transactional individual conflict resolution and peacebuilding processes to transformational conflict resolution systems design, institutional capacity building, human capacity development, and professional network creation.

 

The program is also intended to address long-term funding constraints, particularly in peace and conflict resolution training. The majority of the conflict resolution training programs in Africa are driven by donor support. Arguably, donor funding for such training programs fluctuates in its frequency and level of support. As observed by Dr. Monde Muyangwa of the Africa Program at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC, “we cannot wage peace on other people’s wallet” (2016-CAPCR). To maintain Africa’s continued progress or gains in the global peace index, there is a need for the development of a training infrastructure that is sustainable and supportive of both continental and national peace and security agenda, with a long-term vision and strategic plan.  

 

This unique, one of a kind, Africa Peace Fellows training program is envisioned to ultimately create a robust cadre or network of the next generation of African peace leaders, or peacecorps leadership that is ultimately, deliberatively dedicated to promoting the societal goal of a culture of peace. The program will serve as a medium for increasing the number and level of skilled conflict resolution personnel or expertise and institutions in Africa, who will meet international best standards in knowledge acquisition and skill application. Further, the curricular will integrate critical issues of social justice, good governance, human rights, peace leadership and development, human security, violent extremism, diversity, environmental justice, restorative justice, and public corruption.

 

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African Peace Fellows Concept Note

2063 Agenda. United Nations

 

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What do we offer

Fellows Program Training 

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The CAPCR Africa Peace Fellows is a 20 month long intensive critical skills training program designed to build the next generation of peace leaders in Africa.The program offers advanced level and specialized trainings to fill the existing gaps in contemporary, complex conflict resolution skills and capacity building for senior level mid-high career professionals in Africa

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The African Peace Fellows initiative strives for the creation of a sustainable structure for dedicated, consistent Africa conflict resolution training/retraining, practicum and research on best practices

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International Advisory Board

Fund Development 

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Strategic Planning

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International Steering Committee

Dr. Ernest Uwazie- Professor and Dept. Chair- California State University, Sacramento- United States

Dr. Marlyn Jones- Professor - California State University, Sacramento- United States

Dr. Michael Walker-Professor - California State University, Sacramento- United States

Dr. Data Barata- Professor - California State University, Sacramento- United States

Dr. Sylvester Bowie- Professor - California State University, Sacramento- United States

Dr. Robin Carter- California State University, Sacramento- United States

Dr. Boatamo Mosupyoe- Professor - California State University, Sacramento- United States

Colins Imoh

Joel Schaffer

Daniel Yamson

Osarieme Eziekiel- Oakwell Partners- Lagos, Nigeria

Enyonam Kudonoo- Ashesi University College- Accura, Ghana

Abubakar Mohammed- Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto, Nigeria

Mulanda Juma

Yusuf Abubakar Mamud- National Defence College- Abuja, Nigeria

 Philips O. Okolo, Ph.D.- Dept of Political Science- Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State

Happiness Powei Kerry- National Defence College- Abuja, Nigeria

Obediah Dodo-Dept of Science Education, Bindura University- Zimbabwe 

John Omale- Federal University- Wukari, Nigeria 

Fidele Masengo

Hrach Gregorian

Ayo Ayoola-Amale

S.N.Nyeck

Ijeoma Ononogbu

Nathaniel Oyinloye

William Pitt