‘Le Mali à la croisée des chemins’ est le dernier rapport de notre série ‘Local Voices for Peace‘, dont le but est de rendre plus visible les acteurs de la société civile et leurs perspectives de la paix et du conflit.

Le Mali fait face à un conflit toujours plus violent, qui s’est répandu des régions sahéliennes du nord-ouest au centre du pays. Plusieurs micro-conflits interconnectés entrainent la fragmentation des communautés en factions armées rivales et les atrocités deviennent courantes.

Ce rapport présente les constats de l’atelier Peace Exchange qui a eu lieu à Bamako en mai 2018, et qui a rassemblé 20 représentants Maliens d’organisations de consolidation de la paix pour discuter les facteurs principaux des conflits violents, et les capacités locales qui existent pour la consolidation de la paix.

 Veuillez trouver ici le rapport complet, ainsi qu’un sommaire exécutif:

Rapport complet

Sommaire exécutif

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