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    Article 6 of the treaty that established the East African Community lays emphasis on peaceful co-existence and good neighborliness, peaceful settlement of disputes, mutual trust, good governance and democracy.


    Article 124 of the Treaty also underscores peace and security as pre-requisites to social and economic development within the Community and vital to the achievement of the objectives of the Community. These among others are prerequisites for socio-economic development and vital for the achievement of the Community’s objectives. In line with the above mentioned Articles, the EAC is committed to enhancing peace and security, governance and joint common foreign policy pursuits in order to promote regional integration and development.


  • Nyerere Centre for Peace Research Begins New Training Programs in Arusha



    More than 80 students have benefited since the Centre’s inception in 2008

    East African Community Secretariat, Arusha, 16 July 2010:
    The East African Community Nyerere Centre for Peace Research (EAC-NCPR) in cooperation with Arcadia University in the USA has offered new scholarships to undergraduate and graduate students from the EAC Partner States for training programs in Human Rights Law in Africa. The training programs which began this week will run for five weeks.




"Even after Nyerere had stepped down from public office in his own country, we benefited from his leadership and wise counsel, in pursuit of development, peace and justice not only in our countries, our region and our continent, but throughout the world." ~ Nelson Mandela


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