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Four Years After Peace Accord, What Has Really Changed?

The Carter Center’s John Goodman, associate director in the Conflict Resolution Program, spoke recently to Al Jazeera’s Nicolas Haque in Bamako, Mali, about ongoing violence and instability in Mali and how the people there have seen few, if any, dividends from the peace agreement signed four years ago.

The Carter Center is serving as the Independent Observer of the 2015 Peace Agreement, reporting on the progress of the implementation of the agreement.

Hear Goodman’s comments below.

Background

The Independent Observer is responsible for evaluating and reporting on the implementation of the agreement, identifying any hindrances, outlining responsibilities, and recommending steps to advance implementation.

Reports

Observations on the Implementation of the Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation in Mali, Emanating from the Algiers Process (PDF) »

Observations sur la mise en œuvre de l’Accord pour la paix et la réconciliation au Mali, issu du processus d’Alger (PDF) »

Report of the Independent Observer: Evaluation of Implementation in 2018 (PDF) »

Rapport de l’Observateur Indépendant: Evaluation en 2018 (PDF) »

Report of the Independent Observer: Observation Period Jan. 15 to April 30, 2018 (PDF) »

Rapport de l’Observateur indépendant: Période d’observation 15 janvier au 30 avril 2018 (PDF) »

Report of the Independent Observer: Observation period May 1 to Sept. 30, 2018 (PDF) »

Rapport de l’Observateur indépendant: 1 mai au 30 septembre 2018 (PDF) »

Posted in Conflict Resolution, Countries, Expert Q&A, Mali, Peace

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