WACCE Debates serves as an innovative platform to discuss issues of relevance to youth development, security and governance and contributes to advancing scholarship and knowledge.
Dr. Fatawu at WACCE Debates Series.
Topic: Slavery in Libya, 6,000 African ISIS Returning to Africa following the fall of ISIS, and the Israeli-Palestinian Crisis
Date: Friday December 29, 2017
Venue: WACCE Office, Opposite Accra Girls, Accra
Time: 10:00am – 12:00 Noon
One of our most effective approaches to inspiring peace is to encourage discourse that can help explain, expose or counter the economic, social, religious and ideological underpinnings of Violent Extremism and Radicalization. WACCE Security Debate, a contentious platform for security discourse, helps to keep the local community engaged and contribute to local security and youth challenges. We feature security professionals, students, local community and youth leaders, government officials, active ordinary citizens and opinion leaders to share their perspectives on prevailing youth and security challenges.
To take part in this Discourse please contact 0505837185 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mr. Abdul Hakeem Badawi’s a point regarding youth unemployment
Mr. Dallah Sumani’s turn at WACCE Debates Series
Mr. Issahaku Muwahidu making a point on galamsey menace in Ghana