Dialogue International Online - Nigeria: Interfaith conflict or climate war?

Datum: 21.10.21
Zeit: 18:00 - 19:30
Kategorie: OeME-Migration

Nigeria’s Northern and central states are sliding deeper into crisis. Environmental degradation caused by climate change and rapid population growth have led to disputes over land and water. These tensions have also intensified a long-running interfaith conflict between the predominantly Muslim Fulani herders and some Christian Hausa farmers.

Nigerian peacebuilding experts directly involved in bridging the different ethnic and religious divides will share their experiences and insights on how to deal with the effects of the violence, restore justice and build sustainable peace.

Thursday, October 21, 2021, 18 - 19.30 h (CEST) on Zoom.
Please register here (your personalized Zoom link will be sent to you)

Concept and Moderation: Claudia Buess, Mission 21
The discussion will be held in English.

John Danboyi isthe Coordinator of the Peace Training Centre (PTC) in Jos, Nigeria.
Aimu Sunday is the coordinating secretary of Lifeline Compassionate Global Initiatives (LCGI) in Jos.
Aisha Junaid Bello is the Assistant Program Officer of LCGI and serves as a Muslim as an entry point to some of the Muslim communities.

Dialogue International is a series of events organised by Mission 21 with the aim of exchanging views on socially relevant topics with our partners worldwide. Info at: www.mission-21.org/dialog


Ort: Online via Zoom
Veranstalter: Mission 21
Leitung: Claudia Buess, Leiterin Bildungsveranstaltungen Mission 21