Esther Omam from Cameroon, one of our participants at our international mediation training, is one of the finalists for the prestigious global award, given each year to a woman peacebuilder who has made a major contribution to peace in her country – the Women Building Peace Award by the United States Institute of Peace.

The recipient of this year’s award will be announced at a ceremony on October 20, 2021, at USIP’s iconic campus on the National Mall in Washington D.C.

We would like to congratulate her in the name of the International Mediation Campus team. This is a major achievement. We are honoured to have Esther Omam as part of our mediation program.

Read more about the award and its impact HERE.

We are impressed by the diversity of backgrounds and experiences our participants and alumni bring. They are former UN negotiators, social activists, mediators, peace activists, attorneys, psychologists, law students, judges, advocates, HR managers, ombudsman in the UN system, consultats in peacebuilding and conflict transformation, researcher, public health scientists, data engeneering manager, human rights activists, NGO employees, lawyer, group faciliators, business consultants, business manager, teacher, university professors, translators and many more.

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