In December 2020, the Central African Republic’s (CAR) fragile peace agreement came under threat from a new configuration of armed groups that emerged shortly before President Touadera's contested re-election. On May 19, USIP and the National Endowment for Democracy held a conversation with civil society leaders on the prospects for peace and democracy in CAR.
Elizabeth Murray, introductory remarks
Senior Program Officer, Africa, U.S. Institute of Peace
Kessy Martine Ekomo-Soignet
Youth Activist and Founder, URU
Rhosyns Ngatondang Zalang
President, Association Jeunesse en Marche pour le Developpement en RCA
Vice President, Islamic Youth of CAR
Hans de Marie Heungoup
Senior Analyst, Central Africa, International Crisis Group
Valéry Nadjibe, moderator
Program Officer, Central Africa, National Endowment for Democracy
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.usip.org/events/peace-and-democracy-central-african-republic-civil-society-perspectives
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