Welcome To FOSDA

The Foundation for Security and Development in Africa (FOSDA) was established in 2001 by a group of diaspora concerned about the conflicts in West Africa at the end of the twentieth century. FOSDA is a non-profit organisation formed to examine the causes of these conflicts and further the capacity of African institutions and Civil Society Organisations in the field of human security and development.

FOSDA is devoted to conducting research and providing training on issues that affect the development of the West African sub-region, it provides a forum for the exchange of theoretical and practical knowledge and experiences for the enhancement of human security.

 

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  • 2nd Conference of States Parties On Arms Trade Treaty Must Stop the Secrecy

    2nd Conference of States Parties On Arms Trade Treaty Must Stop the Secrecy

    The second Conference of States Parties for the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) opened in Geneva on Monday August 22, 2016. Campaigners from around the world are calling for the conference to must make critical progress this week on holding governments to account by introducing mandatory public reporting of all international arms deals. Representatives from the 87 States Parties and 46 signatories …Read More