Day of Peace Observed in Niger

October 27, 2013

Niamey, Niger - In the conference hall of the Hotel Ténéré in Niamey, UPF-Niger held a conference on October 27 on the theme "Education for Peace."

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Journée Internationale de la Paix au Niger

October 27, 2013

Niamey, Niger- C’est dans la grande salle de conférence de l’hôtel Ténéré à Niamey au Niger que la Fédération pour la Paix Universelle du Niger s’est tenue le 27 octobre 2013 la conférence sur le thème : « l’éducation pour la Paix. »

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Day of Families Observed at a Forum in Niamey

May 16, 2012

Niamey, Niger - UPF-Niger organized a forum on May 15 in commemoration of the International Day of Families. There were presentations about the family by a Muslim, a Christian, a sociologist, and a UPF representative, followed by a debate and questions and answers.

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Crown of Peace Award Presented to Niger ECOSOC

December 14, 2009

Niamey, Niger - A UPF Crown of Peace award was presented to the head of the Economic, Social, and Cultural Council of Niger on December 14. The 85 members of the council promote dialogue, tolerance, and solidarity among the peoples of the nation<

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Conference in Niger on a Culture of Peace

December 12, 2009

Niamey, Niger - A Culture of Peace and Character Education were the themes of a UPF conference in the Oumarou Ganda Cultural Center in December 12.

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In Memoriam: Abdou Daouda

May 15, 2009

Niamey, Niger - The president of the Niger chapter of the Universal Peace Federation, El Hadj Abdou Daouda, died in an accident on May 15, 2009. He was Minister of National Competitiveness and the Fight Against the High Cost of Living.

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Day of Peace in Niger

September 21, 2008

Niamey, Niger  - Ambassadors for Peace attended a peace celebration at the Sofitel Gaweye Hotel.

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O. Moutari: Integration of Religious and Traditional Leadership in Peacebuilding

May 1, 2007

We need to take into account the full dimension of human beings, particularly the religious dimension—which is not fully integrated into debates at the international institutions or at the national levels. Despite that, we can say there is hope, because in national conflicts, especially in Africa, the belligerents and peacemakers find it impossible to reach an acceptable solution without integrating the religious leaders and traditional leaders in the peace process.

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