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International women's day 2020 celebration , Busiga commune

LAND MANAGEMENT IN COMMUNES....
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Communes' Land management service chiefs in Ngozi

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PHOTO: EXCHANGE-WORKSHOP ON THE APPROPRIATION, SUSTAINABILITY OF THE COMMUNAL LAND SERVICE OFFICES AND THE LEGAL VALUE OF THE LAND CERTIFICATE. MUSUMBA HILLS HOTEL, KAYANZA

TRAINING COMMUNITY FACILITATORS ON LAND CONFLICTS PEACEFUL RESOLUTION
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Part of our main work is to equip, build capacity and guide our community facilitators in understanding the mechanisms, approaches and ways forward on conflicts resolution and fight against gender based violence.

SCHOOL CLUBS FOR HUMAN RIGHTS.
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Our younger generations's awareness about Basic Human Rights is our preoccupation today.

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Our younger generations's awareness about Basic Human Rights is our preoccupation today.

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Association for Peace and Human Rights (APDH) is a community organization to promote peace and human rights through education and capacity building . APDH uses community structures (women's and youth organizations and traditional structures) as main tools for sustainable social change.

OUR HISTORY

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Every year since 1911 around the world and for the past few years in Burundi, nations have been celebrating International Women's Day. This day is especially an occasion to celebrate the achievements of women in terms of economic, social and political advancement of given programs that help better serve humanity.

We probably would not speak about the achievements of women around the world as they are more than a lot and the context may escape us, but we can speak for Burundian women. In this article, women working with APDH tell us what they think about this year's international day dedicated to them, what it should stand for and how it should be fruitful and historic for humanity in the years to come.

We asked three important questions to three of our women and staff members and here is what they had to say about March8th .

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In response to one of its strategic axes “Human rights education”, APDH organized a capacity building workshop for the benefit of 30 supervisors from school clubs housed in 15 schools (6 schools in the province of Ngozi and 9 schools of Muyinga province). The training focused on tolerance, prevention and peaceful management of conflicts, as part of a joint program with the AFJB (Association des Femmes Juristes du Burundi), in contribution to the main objective: "Support and promote the fulfillment of rights, prevention and peaceful resolution of conflicts for the benefit of vulnerable populations”.

The objective of the training is mainly to build the capacities of the mentors in order to better do their work of mentoring and teaching human rights in their respective schools. This training will help them to organize feedback sessions for the benefit of the students grouped within the clubs, around the targeted themes by the training.

For three consecutive days, the trainer insisted a lot on “tolerance” and the rest of the training was reserved for “peaceful conflict management.”

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-Human rights
-Prevention, fight against and peaceful resolution of land conflicts
-Sensitization, prevention and fight against gender-based violence
-Environmental justice
-OTHER
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-Human rights
-Prevention, fight against and peaceful resolution of land conflicts
-Sensitization, prevention and fight against gender-based violence
-Environmental justice
-OTHER
Association for Peace and Human Rights (APDH) is a community organization to promote peace and human rights through education and capacity building . APDH uses community structures (women's and youth organizations and traditional structures) as main tools for sustainable social change.
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In our area of ​​action, many people testify about the success of our work in collaboration with local administrative authorities, community leaders and facilitators, and the population in general, especially about:

- Human rights in general and of women and the young people in particular

-Prevention and fight against land conflicts and other related conflicts

-The promotion of the rights of children and women and the prevention and fight against gender-based violence.

-training and accompanying school clubs for human rights

-Etc.

No need to come to the APDH to consult our resources! The online access service allows you to consult important documents from your home or elsewhere ...
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