Dynamique de Paix

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Dynamique de Paix is an association of young adults. It brings together 288 groups across the region of Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau and Senegal.
Last updated: December 2017

Dynamique de Paix is an association founded in 2012 in Ziguinchor. Dynamique de paix brought  together 288 other groups and organisations across the Gambia, Guinea, Guinee Bissau and Senegal.

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In Casamance Dynamic de Paix works with young men and women to take note of the horrors of the war, supporting peacebuilders to participate in research and other peacebuilding activities in Casamance.

Dynamique's activities include capacity building for young people in peacebuilding, community conflict resolution techniques, networking, promoting human rights, protecting children in conflict zones, and negotiation and exchange methods with belligerents or parties in conflict.

Dynamique de paix welcome students and interns and supports them in research and thesis writing, as well as management training for a small business. Dynamique de paix is established in "la Maison de la Paix" in Ziguinchor, and participates with frequency in radio and television broadcasts.


So far, Dynamique de Paix's work has directly or indirectly addressed more than 10,000 people.

Dynamique's international partners are the Fédération Genevoise de Coopération, Agir avec les scouts pour une terre meilleure, UNICEF, Save the Children and the US Foundation AJWS.

Dynamique works with local political and administrative authorities, as well as other NGOs and groups working in peacebuilding in Casamance.

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