Reconciliation in the Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa (AMECEA) Region
According to the AMECEA website:
“AMECEA is an acronym for ‘Association of Member Episcopal Conferences in Eastern Africa’ It is a Catholic service organization for the National Episcopal Conferences of the eight countries of Eastern Africa, namely Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia. Djibouti and Somalia are affiliate members.
The authority over all AMECEA’s activities rests with the Plenary Assembly of all the Bishops of the AMECEA countries. Between the Plenary Assemblies, the Executive Board takes the necessary decisions, according to the AMECEA priorities."
Here are some papers on reconciliation that were presented at AMECEA events:
The role of women in peacebuilding and reconciliation in the AMECEA countries
This article (PDF File), written by Bernadette Ndunguru, was published in AFER, 51, No. 3 S 2009, pp. 279-287, ISSN: 0250-4650. This is copyrighted material.
How has the “ecclesia in Africa” made a difference in the AMECEA region with respect to reconciliation, justice and peace
This article (PDF File), written by Peter Lwaminda, was published in AFER 51 no 3 S 2009, p 216-241, ISSN: 0250-4650. This is copyrighted material.
Church in reconciliation: justice and peace in the AMECEA region
This article (PDF file,) written by Pius Rutechura, was published in AFER 50 no 3-4 S-D 2008, p 165-185, ISSN: 0250-4650. This is copyrighted material.