Ibrahim Bangura

Transition International, Sierra Leone

Ibrahim Bangura heads the Sierra Leone office of Transition International, leading the organization’s projects in Sierra Leone and other African countries, and has over ten years of experience in the fields of DDR, child protection monitoring, and rehabilitation. Ibrahim has worked extensively on gender issues with a special focus on gender-based violence. He has worked with female victims of war and those marginalized by the DDR process for reasons of gender and age, and has organized seminars on gender discrimination and differentiation.

He also has thorough knowledge in project evaluation and management. He has taken part in many training programs organized by the UN and the EU both as a trainer and trainee, holds a BA in political science and history, a Master degree in gender studies, a Master degree in international development studies, and a PhD in economics.

Transitional Justice and Prevention: Contributions and Challenges

Virtual Session 19Translate

This session will address the relationship of transitional justice to prevention. Targeted at policymakers in peacebuilding and development, it draws on the experiences of Colombia, Germany, and Sierra Leone.

Ibrahim Bangura heads the Sierra Leone office of Transition International, leading the organization’s projects in Sierra Leone and other African countries, and has over ten years of experience in the fields of DDR, child protection monitoring, and rehabilitation. Ibrahim has worked extensively on gender issues with a special focus on gender-based violence. He has worked with female victims of war and those marginalized by the DDR process for reasons of gender and age, and has organized seminars on gender discrimination and differentiation.

He also has thorough knowledge in project evaluation and management. He has taken part in many training programs organized by the UN and the EU both as a trainer and trainee, holds a BA in political science and history, a Master degree in gender studies, a Master degree in international development studies, and a PhD in economics.

Transitional Justice and Prevention: Contributions and Challenges

Virtual Session 19Translate

This session will address the relationship of transitional justice to prevention. Targeted at policymakers in peacebuilding and development, it draws on the experiences of Colombia, Germany, and Sierra Leone.

The FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum is a series of events on current and overarching challenges and trends in peacebuilding. With the Peacebuilding Forum, we want to provide future-oriented impulses for the development of peacebuilding and strengthen the visibility and importance of the policy field in its entirety.

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