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Peer Exchange of African Communities for Empowerment – Call for Support

P.E.A.C.E is a Network and platform for peer exchange of scientific, academic and societal issues concerning Africans aimed at empowering Africans, giving back to the Community (GiBaCo) and fighting “Brain Drain” in our African Communities.

PEACE, a Pan-African Network is to launch its first networking Centre in Post-colonial Cameroon. The aim for this Centre is to create awareness, empowerment, facilitate and enhance networking within our Communities.

The PEACE Centre, located at our premises in New Town Limbe is soon to go functional with a number of established facilities to go along with it. Being an independent network, we are embarking on sustainable projects for self-support, promote growth and maintain a strong foothold in Africa

Our network promotes finding African solutions to problems arising in the continent and Africans in the Diaspora, knowledge transfer, information dissemination through workshops, seminars, conferences, publishing of research materials, inter-networking of media and communication streams on African and Africa pertinent issues. The PEACE Centre is open to the public.

A good number of these projects will include:
-An academic center, which will serve and act as a scientific and research multipurpose center.
-An internet facility network of computers to aid the various activities of the academic center
-Lodging which will be strictly opened only to guests who come to visit and assist the organization.
-A snack bar, which will serve as a refreshing corner for our guests.
-An Artelier and Arts-Gallery to promote and empower young and rising African artists.

In spite of these aforementioned projects, we stick to our main focus and priority, which is to actively promote the African heritage, analyzing and finding alternative proposals for solutions to issues in and about Africa in order to create and build the continent of our dreams.

That is why as a Network we are calling on the public as a whole and Africans in general to donate to PEACE.

Furthermore, you might already know that we don’t ask for funding from institutions that are not African. It is a principle, which is challenging because so far, only little financial assistance has triggered into our coffers. But we have been able to abide to it.

Therefore we need funds to be able to survive in the long run, build our infrastructure and shape our destiny. As such we are pleading for your support to grow and stay strong. Every donation channeled to us will be for the development of PEACE.

Bank Account Info:

PEACE – MTN Mobile Money Account in Cameroon: 650314570

The VOICE (Refugee) Forum Berlin
Bank details: account.no.: 140061,
BLZ: 260 500 01, Sparkasse Göttingen.
BIC: NOLADE21GOE (Göttingen, Lower Saxony)
IBAN: DE21260500010000140061

For more information, visit:


After the Last Sky – A Festival in Berlin Transgressing Boundaries of Palestinian Life and Identity

After the last sky is the first interdisciplinary and international festival in Germany that makes it possible to experience the multifaceted practice of contemporary Palestinian artists. With theater, film, performance, literature, spoken word, staged readings, music and dance, the festival from September 9 to October 9, 2016 is dedicated to the artistic diversity of Palestinian narratives and visions while building bridges to global contexts of colonization, flight, resistance and empowerment.

30 years ISD

The Initiative Black People in Germany (ISD) turns 30. We congratulate warmly and look forward to exciting events in view of the anniversary.

From the announcement:

“30ig Jahre ISD” means three decades in which the interests and political concerns of Black people in Germany were represented and made visible. On the occasion of this anniversary, the results and interfaces between empowerment, education and information work come together in a framework program in the founding cities of the Frankfurt/Wiesbaden association. By making the reality of Black people’s lives and histories visible from their own perspectives through more present-oriented work, their right to participation and involvement in Germany becomes a lived reality.”

Call for participation: PEACE-Int project for building a strong and critical network in Africa.

Peer Exchange of African Communities for Empowerment(P.E.A.C.E) is a network and platform for peer exchange of scientific, academic and societal issues concerning Africans aimed at empowering, giving back to the Community (GiBaCo) and fighting “Brain Drain” in our African Communities. Part of the challenge is also to train community members on how to document and analyze the impacts of their engagement. See this video and especially the call for participation here.