The uniqueness of CCCPAs
approach also relies on the understanding of radicalization and extremism in Nigeria through conflict analysis.
The simulation-based training comprised three scenarios that were developed by CCCPA to address a variety of issues pertaining to mainstreaming gender in peacekeeping and peacebuilding, namely, countering sexual exploitation and abuse in peacekeeping missions, countering conflict-related sexual violence, and management of election processes in post-conflict situations.
Also under this project, CCCPA has conducted eight basic training courses, two TOT courses and finalized a first-of-its-kind training toolkit on mainstreaming gender in peacekeeping and peacebuilding in the Arab world.
The roundtable discussion is the latest event in the partnership between CCCPA
and the Office of UN General Assembly.
CCCPA was invited by the PGA to brief the HLTD on key messages emerging from regional meetings previously organized around the world in preparation for the debate.
Amre Moussa, Chairman of CCCPA International Advisory Board, delivered a keynote speech at the opening session of the HLTD.
The five-day, classroom-based ToT course is dedicated to participants whove been trained in either a basic gender course, or gender module, and have shown an exceptional understanding of the key concepts and possess the ability and attitude to deliver the training later on in their institutions and home countries (assessment is done by trainers and organizers from CCCPA and CMC Finland).
The material is facilitated by experts from CCCPA and CMC Finland.
It is a new phase of the well-established and ongoing cooperation between CCCPA, GoJ and UNDP, now in its 9th year.
CCCPA is one of only four African training centers to receive Japanese funding in 2016.
The aim of this project is to support capacity development of CCCPA
to become a regional and international centre of excellence in peacekeeping and conflict resolution with a special niche in a) integrated multi-stakeholder training programs that bring together the major stakeholders actually involved in peacekeeping operations; the military, the police and the civilian and b) in gender mainstreaming in peacekeeping operations and conflict resolution in Africa in line with UNSC 1325.
Continue engagement in programme areas the CCCPA
is well established in, coupled with new needs identified by CCCPA
as well as responding to direct demands and requests made to CCCPA
at national and regional levels.