Jean-Louis Assani Amouri

Service d’Appui au Dévéloppement Régional Intégré (SADRI), Democratic Republic of the Congo

Jean-Louis Assani Amouri is a civil society activist involved in issues that are related to peace and development in Katanga region. Through trainings and other support, he helps to raise awareness among the Katanga community of their political and socio-economic rights. Jean-Louis leads beneficiaries to improve capacities to undertake advocacy for justice and peace in the scope of uplifting community welfare. He has got the knowledge of the Congo context in general and particularly that of the Katanga. Jean-Louis often benefits from easy access to people from different backgrounds in the province thanks to his long-term work in local medias. He is fluent in French, English, and the four Congolese national languages.

Mining for Peace? - Strategic Partnerships in DRC for Sustainable Development and Peace

Virtual Session 1Act

Together as peace workers in multiactor-partnerships it is possible to find common grounds and harness divergent positions, interests, needs and forge more just relationships. Examples from DRC show what can be achieved together.

Jean-Louis Assani Amouri is a civil society activist involved in issues that are related to peace and development in Katanga region. Through trainings and other support, he helps to raise awareness among the Katanga community of their political and socio-economic rights. Jean-Louis leads beneficiaries to improve capacities to undertake advocacy for justice and peace in the scope of uplifting community welfare. He has got the knowledge of the Congo context in general and particularly that of the Katanga. Jean-Louis often benefits from easy access to people from different backgrounds in the province thanks to his long-term work in local medias. He is fluent in French, English, and the four Congolese national languages.

Mining for Peace? - Strategic Partnerships in DRC for Sustainable Development and Peace

Virtual Session 1Act

Together as peace workers in multiactor-partnerships it is possible to find common grounds and harness divergent positions, interests, needs and forge more just relationships. Examples from DRC show what can be achieved together.

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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