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Past Event

Peace Initiative Network (PIN) organizes and hosts periodic seminars, workshops and other public enlightenment campaigns as its strategy to reach the people to promote goodwill and harmony. PIN adopts a partnership / participatory approach in all its intervention activities: Below are our past projects /events:

-3 Day Train the Trainers Programme on Conflict Management/Resolution for Youth Leaders in Kano State October 12-14, 2014

-Advocacy Events for Community / Religious Leaders in Tarauni Local Government, Kano May 14 -15, 2014

-Inaugurations of the Peace Club Project for young people in Plateau State in collaboration with the Civil Military Support Element, Embassy of the United States of America, Abuja, Nigeria ( February 19 -20, 2014)

-2 Day Training Program on Early Warning Response to Conflict for Youth Leaders in Kano State November 26-27, 2013

- Premier Skills Coach Educators Training Programme in collaboration with the the British Council/English Premier League November 11 -13, 2013

- 2013 United Nations International Peace Day Celebration with support from Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme NSRP September 21, 2013

- Premier Skills Coach Educators Training Programme in collaboration with the British Council/English Premier League August 15 -17, 2013

- 1 Day Advocacy Events for Youth Leaders in Warawa Local Government, Kano June 26, 2013

- 2013 Children Day Celebrations in Nigeria May 27, 2013

- 1 Day Kano State Peace Stakeholders Meeting with support from the Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) May 25, 2013

- Advocacy Visit to Afrocentrix Gallery, Kano April 29, 2013

-3 Day Refresher Workshop for Generations For Peace Delegates/Pioneers in Kano, Nigeria. (11- 13, December 2012)

-5 day Train the Trainers Program for  youths from the Community Based Organizations, Religious groups and Women groups in Kano, Nigeria with Support from the Generations For Peace, Jordan (2 - 6, July 2012)

-Advocacy Visit to The Askarawan Kwankwansiyya, Warawa Local Government Chapter (26 May, 2012)

-Premier Skills Training Program for Local Football Coaches in Nigeria with support from The British Council & English Premier League ( 21 28, March 2012)

-Basketball for Peace Tournament for  Under 18 years Girls from 16 High Schools in Kano (November 14 - 24, 2011)

-5 day Train the Trainers Program for Leaders of youths in Kano, Nigeria with Support from the Generations For Peace, Jordan (31
October - 4 November 2011)

- Generations For Peace Football Tournament among High Schools / Colleges in Kano State, Nigeria. (December 15 – 21, 2010).

- Generations For Peace Football Tournament among Youth Football Clubs in Kano state, Nigeria.  (Dec. 6 – 9, 2010).

- 4 day Working with Children Workshop for  Instructors,teachers and coaches to promote peace through sport among young people in Kano, Nigeria, with support from the Generations For Peace, Jordan    (Nov. 29 – Dec. 2, 2010).

- 4 day Working with Children Workshop for  Instructors, teachers and coaches to promote peace through sport among young people in Kano, Nigeria, with support from the Generations For Peace, Jordan       (Nov. 22 - 25, 2010).

- 5 day Train the Trainers Workshop / Cascading of Generations For Peace program  among youths in Kano, Nigeria with Support from the Generations   For Peace, Jordan (Oct. 25 - 29, 2010).

- 5 day Train the Trainers Workshop / Cascading of Generations For Peace  program among  youths in Kano, Nigeria with Support from the Generations   For Peace, Jordan (Oct. 18 - 22, 2010).

- 2 day Advocacy & partnership workshop for Journalists in Kano Nigeria supported by Generations For Peace, Jordan (September 28 - 29, 2010).

- Advocacy Event / 2010 International Peace day Celebration, with support from Generations for Peace, Jordan (September 21,2010).

- Public lecture to marked 2009 International Peace Day Celebrations (Sept. 21, 2009)

- 5 day Working with Children Workshop for Peace Club Instructors in Kano, Nigeria, with support from the Generations For Peace, Jordan    (June 8 – 12, 2009)

- Inauguration of Generations For Peace Club in Nigeria, with support from the Generations For Peace, Jordan (May 27, 2009)

- 5 day Train the Trainers Workshop  / Cascading of Generations For Peace   for youths in Kano, Nigeria with Support from the Generations   For Peace, Jordan (May 11 – 15, 2009)

- Advocacy event / introduction of Generations For Peace programs in Nigeria, with support from the Generations For Peace, Jordan   (April   16, 2009)

- 3 day Early Warning / Peace building Training Workshop for youth leaders in Kano State Nigeria (October 3 – 5, 2008

 - Public lecture to marked 2008 International Peace Day Celebrations in partnership with the British Council (September 21, 2008)

- 3 day Training of Trainers / Peer Mediators workshop for young people in Kano State, Nigeria (June 12-14, 2008)

- Second year anniversary celebrations of the Peace Club (May 27, 2008)

- Participated in Youth Parliamentary Debate in the House of Commons, Westminster London Organized by the British Council (October, 2007)

- Public lecture to marked 2007 International Peace Day Celebrations in partnership with the British Council (September 21, 2007)

- 1 day Capacity Development Workshop on the Millennium Development Goals and National Economic Empowerment & Development    Strategies (NEEDS) for young people in Nigeria, with support from the British Council / World bank Institute (August 31, 2007)

-  Public lecture to marked 2006 International Peace Day Celebrations in partnership with the British Council (September 21, 2006)

- Debate to Action (DTA) 2006/2007 Participant (World Bank/British Council)  Program on Millennium Development Goals - MDGs (May   2006)

- Established Peace Club for young people aged 14-18  in partnership with the British Council (May 2006)

- 2 day capacity building workshop for CSOs in  Sokoto, and Kebbi states towards 2007 elections in  Nigeria, with support from the Institute   for  Democracy in South Africa -IDASA (April 2006)

- 2 day capacity building workshop for CSOs in Kaduna and Katsina States towards 2007 Elections in Nigeria, with support from the    Institute for Democracy in South Africa the Institute for Democracy in South Africa -IDASA (March 2006)

- 2 day capacity building workshop for CSOs in Kano and Jigawa States towards 2007 Elections in Nigeria, with support from the Institute    for Democracy in South Africa -IDASA (February 2006)

- Delivered a Public Lecture titled the Role of Civil Society Organizations in Nigerian Development (February 2006).

- Led Peace Activists in Kano State to draw up an Action Plan for Peace and Proactive Conflict Management in Kano State    (October- December 2005).

- Participated in Training Workshop on the Millennium Development Goals. (MDGs) and National Economic Empowerment and    Development Strategies (NEEDS) a Debate to Action (DTA) program of World Bank/British Council (July 2005)

- Participated in 3 day workshop on Prevention of Human Rights Violation in Nigeria, organized by Kano State Police Command.    (September 2005).

- Participated in one day Public Hearing on Electoral Bill, organized by CRD/Global Rights, Abuja. (September 2005).

 - Public Lecture to mark 2005 International Day of Peace in partnership with British Council. (September 2005).

- Facilitated a 3 day conflict management and resolution workshop for women in Kano State. (August 2005).

- Participated in summit for good governance in leadership by Africa International New Magazine. (June 2005).

- Delivered public lecture on youth and political participation at the Bayero University, Kano. (June 2005).

- Advocacy visit to community leaders in Kano. (September – November 2004).

 


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