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The Sahel and Sahara Challenging Terrains for Peace and Security
Seminar about the security challenges and issues in the Sahara
Note! The seminar will be held in English.
The presentation sheds light on the security challenges and issues in the Sahara, and the potential threats posed by non-state actors in the region. It draws attention to illegal trans-border activities that jeopardize peace in many countries of the region. The situation in the Tindouf camps and its implications on the region will also make an important part of the presentation.
17:00 – Welcome & Introduction
17:10 – Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Gain – Non-State Actors in the Sahara Region and the Question of Insecurity
17:40 – Maria Sandra Mariani – Kidnaping & Hostage testimony. Real story of 14 months as hostage in the Sahara Desert.
18:10 – Broadcasting of the documentary ”Sahel and Sahara Connections”
18:45 – Musikstycke av Bach (prelude och sarabande ur svit nr 6) framfört av Béla Beer
19:00 – Debate panel
20:00 – Mingel
Dr. Mohammed Ahmed Gain
– Professor at the National School of Trade and Management, University of IBNO TOFAIL, Kenitra.
– President of the African Institute for Peacebuilding and Conflict Transformation,
– Works on enhancing peace in African countries, through research projects and leading training workshops, seminars.
– Guest researcher at Geneva Institute for Human Rights and the Institute for Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding (ICP).
Maria Sandra Mariani
– Italian, from the village of San Casciano Val di Pesa near Florence, left for Algeria on 19 of January 2011.
– Maria was abducted in Alidena, an area about 130 km south of Djanet, the main town in south-eastern Algeria.
– Kidnapped by al-Qa’ida in the Islamic Maghreb in Algeria and released in Burkina Faso after 14 months in captivity in the Sahara desert.