Pretoria, 24 November 2022 (TDI): The Africa Union (AU) Commission launched the 2nd Awareness Week on Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development (PCRD).

The event which is set to start on the 24 and end 30 November will focus on a long week of activities by the Africa Union.

The Commissioner of Africa Union for Political Affairs, Peace and Security, Bankole Adeoye in his video interview outlined certain key areas the event will seek to address.

The conference will look at how African leaders and stakeholders attending will reposition Africa on a good note. Also, the rewriting of Africa’s developmental agenda will be much of a focus as well.

Furthermore, the Commission will be working on the issues discussed at the last year’s event, particularly on unity, development, and ensuring that Africa is repositioned well.

The event will base on the theme “Post Conflict Reconstruction and Development” looking at the need to ensure that the overall security of Africa is strengthened.

The need to ensure that the continent is safe from any form of violence is will disused by experts and stakeholders at the event.

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In addition to the above, the Commission will look at how to ensure that the African countries affected by violence and conflict issues are catered for. This will set to promote development and nation-building for all well-meaning African.

Also, looking at the human right of people in Africa will be a priority at the event. The impact of all forms of violent extremism which have for all these years affected the continent will be looked at.

The relationships between Africa and other nations and the activities of terrorism and many more others will be tackled. They will seek to promote initiatives that will support peace-building and development on the African continent.

The last year’s event saw a lot of stallholders attending and other policymakers. They are hoping to be able to get many more to attend the event for Africa’s development.