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Kibera

Kibera (constituency and district) is regarded by NCIC as one of the political hotspots in Kenya. The Hekima Community  Peace training targeted Kibera mixed community leaders with the aim of reducing community violence in whatever form it takes by empowering the community leaders with conflict management skills and peacebuilding strategies that include economic activities that will reduce unemployment and therefore the possibilities of citizens being manipulated politically. The training had 30 participants from the 13 villages of Kibera.

 

Mathare

Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR) in partnership with Peace at Heart Initiative Network (PHIN) organized the Mathare Uchaguzi Bora project whose main objective was to dispel fear from the electorate in view of the Mathare by-election which was scheduled for August 2014.The project aimed to impart the following skills; peace building, conflict transformation, mitigation and dialogue in order to enhance participation and therefore have a free and fair by-election. The project targeted six wards namely, Mabatini, Ngei, Hospital, Mlango Kubwa, Huruma and Kiamaiko.

Mathare

Eastleigh

The Peace Building and Conflict Management workshop was held on the 2nd - 6th June, 2014 at PCEA Eastleigh Community Center, with participants mobilized from Eastleigh Airbase Location, Kamukunji Sub County.The participants represented different diverse backgrounds and were mostly the youth who had never attended such a course before. Therefore the workshop offered a good opportunity for the youth to access the requisite knowledge and skills in peace building and conflict management which will go a long way in enhancing peace and mutual coexistence in the community.

Kisumu

Kisumu Community Peace Workshop

The Kisumu region has been seen as vulnerable to violence whenever the country is politically tense. The post-election violence of 2007/8 led not only to loss of life in the region but also destruction of property and unemployment coupled by deep pain and frustration that will take long to heal. This workshop aimed at promoting national cohesion and inter-religious dialogue targeted the youth from different religious affiliations.

Kisumu

Marsabit.

HIPSIR was part of a project that facilitated the promotion of interaction and training on Non -violent Communication for Morans who were major actors in the conflict between the Rendile and Borana Communities.

County Governance, Citizen Participation and Catholic Social Teachings.

County Governance

HIPSIR in has embarked on a 3 year project targeting Machakos, Bungoma and Mombasa counties. The main objective of the project is to equip members of the public with a general knowledge on how the County government functions and its relation with the National government with the long term vision of having citizens who are proactive on issues of governance within their counties. 

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CHARTERED MEDIATORS COURCE EVALUATION

CHARTERED MEDIATORS COURCE EVALUATION

Have you ever wondered who speaks for the rights of small scale miners/communities in the extractive industries? Hekima institute of peace studies and International relations (HIPSIR) with the help of our donor Misean Cara sponsored 12 individuals from Kwale County...

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THE SEVENTH STUDENT LED CONFERENCE

THE SEVENTH STUDENT LED CONFERENCE

Contrary to the previously held student led conference that took place in one day, the seventh was a two-day event that took place on the 17th and 18th October 2019. A large representation of members from various social diversities, the...

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CMT Consultation Meeting

CMT Consultation Meeting

For long, there has been an unclear resonance of where to find African conflict-related data. The fact that many western and other external independent firms such as NGO's and data service providing firms are always undertaking this kind of venture...

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International Relations Students Visit to IPSTC

International Relations Students Visit to IPSTC

Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR) students undertook an educational visit to the International Peace Support and Training Centre (IPSTC) on 3rd October 2019. The 15 International Relations class students led by Dr. Elisée Rutagambwa, who explained...

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5th Annual Student-led conference

5th Annual Student-led conference

The Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR) of Hekima University College, Nairobi, Kenya is organizing and hosting the 7th Annual Student led conference which is a one-day conference on the 18th October 2019 on the theme - The...

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A visit to the Hekima university college chapel during the TRRR conference

A visit to the Hekima university college chapel during the TRRR conference

I can do yoga in this chapel, Dr. Waltrina Middleton, delegate at the TRRR conference expressing her love for the Hekima University College chapel. The 8th Transatlantic Round table Conference on Religion and Race (TRRR) was convened in Nairobi, Kenya, at...

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Kwale Field Visit Report

Kwale Field Visit Report

The second lot of the Ongoing Chartered mediators Course training had its planned field visit of Kwale County on 2nd September 2019. The visit targeted mining areas in the County with an intention of getting firsthand information from the miners...

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Mban Leadership Training

Mban Leadership Training

Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR) conducted a 3 day workshop on Christian Leadership and Peacebuilding in Mban Parish Migori with the target audience being 29 church leaders from the parish. The feedback from the participants and...

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Trans-Atlantic conference on Religion and Race (TRRR)Conference

Trans-Atlantic conference on Religion and Race (TRRR)Conference

The Trans-Atlantic conference on Religion and Race was held from 1st -5th July 2019 at Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR). The conference was attended by over 60 participants different cultural diversities and religions across the globe....

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Conflict Resolution and Peace Building Course

Conflict Resolution and Peace Building Course

Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR) held a 5 day training on conflict resolution and peace building from 22nd to 26th July 2019. The training was attended by 21 participants from different institutions and organizations working for...

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Early Career Researcher (ECR) Workshop

Early Career Researcher (ECR) Workshop

Hekima Institute of Peace Studies and International Relations (HIPSIR) hosted a two day Early Career Researcher (ECR) workshop on 16th and 17th July 2019. The workshop brought together over 35 participants from Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, South Sudan and Ethiopia with...

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