The 2010 CPS Mano River Network Meeting took place in Monrovia, Liberia. We focused on Advocacy and Networking and were able to develop some working tools and priorities together. The links between context analysis, advocacy and networking became obvious, the options for the different groups and organizations clearer. Unfortunately violent conflicts had erupted in one region of Liberia involving religious, identity, land and power issues. Youth without employment and future played a predominant role. We decided to face reality and learn more about this situation and what should and could be done. It was a great honour to have representatives of the Liberian Interfaith Group including Christians and Muslims give us their time and experience.
We also exchanged experiences with another peace-building network active in Liberia. The discussions, role plays, songs and dances we shared during the workshop and the cultural evening gave us energy and better insights for our work. You will find plannings and commitments you all made in this report. Let us know how it goes! We want to give special thanks to our Liberian hosts for their warm welcome and good logistics and to Shannoh Kandeh for taking notes and helping with this report.
Looking forward to the next encounter
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