Applying practices of
DIALOGUE IN NIGERIA
Muslims & Christians Creating Their Future
for
ethnic, religious, and tribal
healing and community building

step-by-step in

Cote d'Ivoire ~ Ivory Coast


Step #1 — January 2012
Preparing Locally in Abidjan
     
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Step #2 — August 2012
10 km away in Akouedo Ebrie village
     
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Step #3 — March 2013
400 km distant in Duekoue
CONTEXT:
Duekoue Memorial Site


CONFERENCE:
     

1. Conference Opening
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2. Face-to-Face Activities
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3. Closing Experiences & Ceremony
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Insights & Recommendations — March 2013
Team Preparation ~ Relationship Building ~ Careful Planning ~ Hard Work
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Step #4 — June 2013
Confronting Fear:
First Dozos-Guerre Reconciliation in Duekoue

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1. Conference Opening at Radio Voix du Guemon in Duekoue
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2. Becoming Familiar, Building Trust
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3. Celebrating Reunion
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"You and me listening in dialogue"

"An enemy is one whose story we have not heard."

 
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Step #5 — Fall 2013
Albino ~ Non-Albino Reconciliation in southern Cote d'Ivoire
1. Meeting, Learning with Albino Leadership
2. Listening More, Planning Together


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3. First All-Day Albino ~ Non-Albino Dialogue Conference in Cote d'Ivoire



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Next-Step (#6) — April 2014
Albino ~ Non-Albino Reconciliation in Bouake, northern Cote d'Ivoire
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Guidelines to
Facilitate these Experiencess


For more information, communicate with:

Offuh James Offuh
NGO United for Peace Against Conflict International (ONG UFPACI)
Abidjan, COTE D'IVOIRE
UFPACI@gmail.com
or
Libby and Len Traubman
Jewish-Palestinian Living Room Dialogue Group
San Mateo, California, USA
LTraubman@igc.org