The CMMRC/CPOs review meeting is a quarterly meeting where trained Community Peace Observers and Conflict Management and Mitigation Regional Council members meet to review activities implemented by IMC and them in comparison with the Action Plan developed in the preceding quarter. The CMMRC and each community shared successes, challenges, lessons learned and recommendations. After the review, Action Plans were developed for the new quarter activities and this forms part of the basis for the next quarter review meeting.
- CMMRC and CPOs 3rd quarter activities reviewed
- CMMRC and CPOs collaboration strengthened
- Response to the CPAN Platform enhanced
- Participants skills on advocacy enhanced
The review for Kaduna Central held fromThursday September 8 to Friday September 9 with a total of 20 participants comprising of 12 females and 8 males.
5. Global Peacebuilders Summit
The Global Peacebuilder Summit held in Berlin Germany and had 30 prominent Peacebuilders from around the world in attendance to work together and share ideas on peace processes. Among the participants were Pastor James and Imam Ashafa of IMC. The summit held from September 4 to 9 2016, organized by the Culture Counts Foundation in collaboration with the German Federal Foreign Office.
The objective of the summit was “to build a community of Peacebuilders who have their impacts strengthened on the ground”. The summit provided the opportunity for participants to formulate joint recommendations on how the peacebuilders commitment can be supported internationally and can be more effective.Follow link below to view the Imam and Pastor in a video titled “Why I come to the global Peacebuilder Summit”
During the course of the summit participants were broken into groups to dialogue and come up with solutions to problems bedevilling peace in various societies.
Issues raised and discussed during the summit include:
· Dialogue circle on Resilience, the network for dialogue facilitation
· How to enhance the impact of organizations on peace processes
· The role of women and government in peace processes
· Preventing civil conflicts