Press

The Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Peace and Security Centre of Competence is established in a francophone country (Senegal), most of the press articles related to its activites are in French. In oder to respect the conformity of press articles published by the authors, the FES PSCC does not carry out a translation in English.

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31.10.2017 | New Approaches to Collective Security | Press

FG tasked on peace in Niger Delta

Participants at a workshop in Abuja yesterday advised the Federal Government on ways to achieve sustainable peace in the Niger Delta.


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13.10.2017 | New Approaches to Collective Security | Press

Niger Delta: Experts raise alarm over possible territorial threat

Abuja - Security experts have warned that the territorial integrity of the country might be at risk if the Federal Government did not come up with a comprehensive strategy to address the myriads of problems facing the Niger Delta region.


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11.10.2017 | New Approaches to Collective Security | Press

N/Delta crisis: "Nigeria's territorial integrity at stake"

Lack of a comprehensive strategy for addressing poverty and difficult living conditions caused by environmental pollution in the Niger Delta "may put Nigeria's territorial integrity at stake".


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24.07.2017 | Press

WANEP - Gambia hosts multi-stakeholder consultative meeting

WANEP Gambia on 19 and 20 July 2017 held a multi-stakeholder consultative meeting towards consolidating efforts, rethinking, reconciliation and building strategies in The Gambia.


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20.07.2017 | Press

Forum discusses rebuilding strategies for Gambia

The West Africa Network for Peace Building (WANEP) convened a two-day forum on rethinking, reconciliation and rebuilding strategies for the Gambia.


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20.07.2017 | Press

Gambia: AG Special Adviser Warns Media Against Hate Speech

Hussein Thomasi, Special Adviser to the Attorney General and Minister of Justice has warned media practitioners against using hate speech that has the tendency to undermine the peace and reconciliation process.


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Events

  • Wednesday, 28.03.18 - Dakar, Sénégal | New Approaches to Collective Security | Event

    Faces of Religious Radicalization in African Carceral Spaces

    On 28th March 2018, the...

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  • Thursday, 01.03.18 - Dakar, Senegal | New Approaches to Collective Security | Event

    Presentation workshop of studies on interactions between security threats in the Sahel

    On 1st March 2018, the Peace...

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  • Thursday, 22.02.18 - Dakar, Senegal | New Approaches to Collective Security | Event

    Why Peace fails in Guinea-Bissau? A Political Economy Analysis of the ECOWAS-Brokered Conakry Accord

    The political situation in...

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  • Monday, 19.02.18 to Tuesday, 20.02.18 - Dakar, Senegal | New Approaches to Collective Security | Event

    The New Geopolitics of Peace Operations III: 'Non-traditional' Security Challenges; Peace operations and the challenge of organized crime

    The "New Geopolitics of Peace...

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  • Monday, 04.12.17 to Tuesday, 05.12.17 - Dakar, Senegal | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Event

    1st Sahel-Sahara Dialogue: How to engage and with whom towards collective security in the Sahelo-Saharan region and in West Africa?

    The increasingly complex...

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Publications & Studies

  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Niger perspective

    The recent Malian and Libyan...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Algerian perspective

    2017, Dakar-Fann. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Chad perspective

    2017, Dakar-Fann. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Mali perspective

    2016, Bamako. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Libya perspective

    2016, Bamako. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Burkina Faso perspective

    2016, Bamako. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Tunisia perspective

    2016, Bamako. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Senegal perspective

    2016, Bamako. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Morocco perspective

    2016, Bamako. The recent...

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  • | Dialogues about Security Challenges in the Sahelo-Saharan Region | Publication

    Security challenges and issues in the sahelo-saharan region : The Mauritania perspective

    2016, Bamako. The recent...

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