MJPIMaryland Justice Policy Institute
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Fortunately, the dynamism of civil society throughout the Mouvement des Jeunes pour la Paix et l'integration (MJPI) alleviates the effects of such challenges as cattle rustling, land and pasture conflicts, mine bombing, fraudulent trading (Chroniques frontalieres 2005:7).
While on the Senegal-Gambia borderland quarrels among cross border transporters (1) are often settled by security forces, cattle raisers and farmers are frequently reconciled by the MJPI (Arragain and Salliot 2005:11-15).
On the Guinea-Senegal border where it is by default the archetypal governance regime, bringing together civil society, MJPI, the youth, butchers (3) and local chiefs, a diure4 or 'mirador of peace' 5, as it has been named, has become a deliberation spot besides palaver trees.