Secure Africa 4th Edition
4th Bi-annual Africa Regional Youth Crime Prevention & Development Conference
Theme: Achieving Peace and Sustainable National Security Through Constructive Youth Engagement and Inclusive Citizens Participation
Date: August 30-31, 2016
Venue: MERIT HOUSE, Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria
Secure Africa 2016, a 2-day Public Safety, Peacebuilding and Crime Prevention conference gives participants from Nigeria, African countries and across the world and brings together over 200 delegates, youth leaders, governmental & diplomatic officials, academics, journalists, civil society practitioners, private sector representatives, young professionals and students as well as other interested individuals from across the world to promote peace and sustainable security. Download Secure Africa Brochure here
Secure Africa 2016, Abuja, Nigeria - Final Communique
Please click HERE to download a copy of the Secure Africa - Africa Regional Youth Crime Prevention & Development Conference Final Communique.
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Upcoming Regional Capacity Building Training
A 3-day Capacity Building on Non-Violence, Community Security and Public Safety has been scheduled in the six geo-political zones of Nigeria for youth leaders and civil society practitioners. This training will attempt to know how can governments promote citizen security as enshrined in their constitution and protect human rights after violent conflicts. What policies do they have to foster reconciliation and peace building amongst different ethnicities or religious organizations? What are the skills needed by government officials to lead conflict transformation processes? The course is to proffer proactive solutions that would bring about a safer, secure and developed environment. It will bring to the fore issues of crime prevention, conflict management, rule of law, human rights, security and durable peace needed for the growth and enhancement of our society, as well as economic and political development.:
1. North East Zone - Maiduguri, Borno State
2. North West Zone - Katsina, Katsina State
3. North Central Zone - Lokoja, Kogi State
4. South East Zone - Enugu, Enugu State
5. South South Zone - Asaba, Delta State
6. South West Zone - Lagos, Nigeria
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Announcements : Registration is FREE and OPEN to all interested individuals.
Conference Chair/Keynote Speaker
Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC)
National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA)
Broadcast Journalist & Coordinator
Gender Agenda on AIT
Nation Builders Organization
Social Affairs & Health
African Union ECOSOCC
SSA to the President on Youth & Student Matters
National Human Rights Commission
Nigeria Security & Civil Defense Corps
FCT Police Commissioner
Nigeria Police Force
National Orientation Agency (NOA)
National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP)
- Crime Prevention and Community Security
- Non-Violence and Peace-building
- Cyber Security and Child Online Protection
- Women, Peace and Security
- Trafficking and Migration
- Rule of Law and Human Rights
- Empowerment (Entrepreneurship and Technology)
- Institutionalized Partnership
Call for Abstract Deadline: August 1 2016
Secure Africa Secretariat invites abstracts for its International Conference on crime prevention, peace building, security and development. Papers have to be written in English. Oral presentations will be exclusively given in English. The contributions must be original and previously unpublished.
Secure Africa Conference theme is "Achieving Peace and Sustainable National Security Through Constructive Youth Engagement and Inclusive Citizens Participation" and is aim at establishing a platform for a youth-driven interdisciplinary, multi-sector think-tank that will support the efforts of governments, security agencies and international partners in ensuring enhanced security, development and creating opportunities on the African continent.
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