The Equator Peace Academy looks at the challenges posed by the shocking horrors of the past and conflicts that continue today in East Africa. It is a region that has failed to learn from its past experiences as people of a particular ethnic, religious, political affiliation and race have often, and meted out violence on those who appear different and are regarded as “others” and so beyond the “borders” of any relationship. The EPA uses CEDAR pedagogy to bring international participants together to explore issues of living together differently within the Great Lakes region of Africa.
2019 – Uganda and Kenya, Body Culture in East Africa
2019 – Uganda, The Future of Belonging: Community or the State?
2017 – Uganda, Refugees: Strangers as Neighbors
2014 – Uganda, Coping with Difference in a Foreign Land
2012 – Uganda & Rwanda, Whose Community? Memory, Conflict, and Tradition