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The year 2023 has been a pivotal and transformative period for the East African Institute for Peace and Governance, marked by the designation of this remarkable chapter as our Annual Mirabilis year. As we reflect upon the achievements and milestones, it is evident that our commitment to advancing peace, governance, and socio-economic well-being in the East African region has yielded […]

Understanding the Sovereignty Imperative: A Closer Look at the East African Community Treaty and its Implications for Somalia

The exploration of sovereignty within the framework of regional integration, specifically under the East African Community (EAC) Treaty, holds significant relevance for Somalia. Despite occasional misinterpretations that label the EAC Treaty as a possible encroachment on the sovereignty of participating states, it is crucial to recognize that the treaty is intentionally structured to safeguard and amplify the individual sovereign rights […]

EA Institute Showcases Expertise at 2nd Annual Conference on “Shaping the Future of Climate Change”

Presentation on Climate-driven Crises in Eastern Africa Garners Attention, Director Anwar Abdifatah Holds High-Level Meetings with Nairobi Counterpart Institutions Nairobi, August 27, 2023 – The East African Institute for Peace and Governance (EA Institute) demonstrated its dedication to addressing pressing global challenges as it participated in the 2nd Annual Conference on “Shaping the Future of Climate Change” in Nairobi. The […]

Introduction to Research Methodology for the Universities’ Students

On 10th August, 2023, the East African Institute for Peace and Governance had held hands-on one-day training on research methodology for different graduate and undergraduate students from the universities in Mogadishu. The workshop was delivered by Dr Anwar Abdifatah Bashir, the Executive Director of the institute. The primary objective of the workshop was to equip the participants with set of […]


On August 6th, the East African Institute for Peace and Governance hosted a Twitter Space focusing on the ongoing crisis in Ethiopia, particularly within the Amhara region. The event garnered significant attention, drawing participants from a wide array of sectors within the community. These participants included academics, politicians, civil society members, students, and intellectuals. Notably, two prominent figures renowned for […]