CGG hosted Civil Society to a Two-Day Reflection Dialogue

Campaign for Good Governance (CGG) in collaboration with the Independent Commission for Peace and National Cohesion and with support from the African Transitional Justice Legacy Fund (ATJLF) hosted Civil Society to a Two-Day Reflection Dialogue on the theme “Consolidating Democracy, Commit to Peace ahead of the 2023 Multi-Party democratic Elections in Sierra Leone.

Interesting experiences and thoughtful insights were shared to reposition civil society for collective action and support to Election Management Bodies (EMBs) to ensure free, fair, credible and peaceful elections. This among others was the key focus of the exchange.

Best practice exchange from the representative from the Ghanaian Peace Council also provided very enriching learnings for CSOs.

The tour of the Peace Museum and the Memorial Garden climaxed the Reflection Dialogue with interesting exchange of ideas on the role of memorialization as a conduit for healing, Reconciliation, national reconstruction and cohesion”. We forgive but we do not forget because we memorialize and preserve our democracy and peace through Sites of Conscience. This stimulates our consciousness to define and reshape our society’s future so we can collectively Work towards the ‘NEVER AGAIN’.

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