The Resilient Peace project closed on 31 December 2018.
Resilient Peace’s Mission
Through a series of three workshops throughout 2018, we will bring together leading experts from world-class academic institutions to establish a hub of expertise addressing how to achieve and exceed the aims of SDG 16 in West Africa. As will be elaborated below, this is a generalised continuum of problems and solutions, and one that requires expertise from multidisciplinary and multinational approaches. The insights from this project will contribute to a better understanding of why resilience approaches in peacebuilding either fail or succeed, notably by examining how they are received at the local level.
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On 23 November 2018, the University of Bristol hosted the final Resilient Peace workshop in Bristol, UK, on “Exploring resilient peacebuilding actors, cultures and policy transfer in West Africa”.
On 18 October 2018, the University of Ghana hosted a Resilient Peace workshop in Accra, Ghana, on “Building a resilient peace in West Africa”.
This month we are pleased to announce that Resilient Peace Partner the University of Western Australia has launched the Africa Research and Engagement Centre (AfREC). The Centre produces research, teaching, training and other collaborations with partners to address sustainable development challenges and responsibilities and to strengthen wider Australia-Africa relations.