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For years, Africa has been the continent with the greatest suffering in the world. But since the media reports little about it, most people are not aware of this. In Africa, many people struggle to survive on a daily basis. One consequence: Few people are committed to ending the African wars. Few people ask themselves: Why are there so many wars in Africa in particular? Are there perhaps also causes for these wars that lie in the politics of our western states and the economic activities of companies from our states? How can the conditions for peace in Africa that are now known and applicable to all states be improved? How can the forces in Africa who are committed to strengthening these peace conditions be supported? Are there paths for all of Africa and / or special paths for individual African states.

On this page we post our own reports about war and peace in Africa. Due to the still low capacities of our clubs, we mainly post reports that we find in other media. We want to support those interested in the topic to increase their knowledge of the war in Africa.

We hope to get beyond the journalistic observer status: It is not only a matter of finding out more about the suffering of war and its causes, but also of banishing war from the world (UN Charter) and securing everyone's human right to life (General Declaration of human rights).

This requires many more people who are committed to it and create common forces.

We have set up the Black and White White Peace Forum for Africa for the regular exchange of opinions and information. For those who want to build a team that wants to pursue the topic sustainably through joint work, we are setting up the Black and White Peace Team for Africa.

School education (and family education) lay the foundations for citizens to know how peace can be created and maintained and what they can do for it themselves.

We have therefore created special forums and teams for cooperation between teachers, students and parents from Africa and Europe.
We invite you!