Paix et sécurité en Afrique

Paix et sécurité en Afrique

Course description:

This course reviews the dynamics of promoting peace and security in Africa since the adoption of its Constitutive Act in July 2000, which committed the AU to reject unconstitutional and violent changes of government. To this effect, it established the Peace and Security Council (PSC), which has a mandate to prevent, manage and resolve conflicts.  

 To interrupt the cycle of violence and conflict that has been ongoing on the continent since the independence years, the states parties to the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance (ACDEG) committed themselves to developing the necessary legislative and policy frameworks for the establishment and consolidation of culture, democracy and peace..

Overall objective:

The modules of this course will assist learners to understand the critical role of peace on democracy and good governance. They will also learn about the role of national, regional and continental institutions as well as civil society in peacebuilding in Africa.

Specific objectives

Provide scientific and educational content  

Produce content that is accessible to a wide audience 

Create a network of relays that includes members of CSOs, CBOs and media professionals for the promotion of peace on the continent.

Format: 

The course modules are in video format and available in a downloadable PDF format or as podcast excerpts

Several types of resources and activities (video clips, external links, quizzes, interactive activities, etc.) are available.

Evaluation methods 

A quiz at the end of the course will allow participants to assess themselves. This evaluation will be based on the content of the videos 

Teaching Team

Course instructor : Colonel Auguste Denise Barry, Fondateur du Centre d’études stratégiques en défense et sécurité (CESDS) de Ouagadougou. 

Course coordinator : Latyr Tine 



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Dernière mise à jour 13/10/2023
Temps d'achèvement 1 heure 14 minutes
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