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A step towards reducing violence involving youth in Abidjan

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17 July 2015 – Interpeace and its partner Indigo Côte d’Ivoire launched a participatory research report on “The Obstacles to Social Cohesion and Dynamics of Violence involving youth in Abidjan’s Urban Spaces”. Among the distinguished guests present at the launch were delegates from the Prime Minister’s office and several ministries and other government representatives, numerous United Nations agencies, embassies, civil society, the private sector and representatives from the communities who participated in the research process. Mr. Albert Toikeusse Mabri, State Minister, Minister of Planning and Development, was the guest of honour.

The research report encompasses voices of the populations of Abobo, Yopougon and Treichville in Abidjan, where more than 750 persons were consulted in order for them to conduct a self-analysis and identify the root causes of violence involving youth in those areas. Participants...

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