Section 14 — Functions of a District Peace Council

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A District Peace Council shall

(a) assist the District Assembly and the District Security Council in peace initiatives,

(b) mediate in inter and intra-community conflicts or conflicts among groups within the district except that where armed violence has broken out, the invitation of the District Security Council shall be required,

(c) engage in public education and create awareness on conflict indicators within the district and make recommendations to the   District Assembly on how to improve the situation,

(d) facilitate the organization of activities that build friendship, promote trust, tolerance, goodwill and reconciliation between communities and prevent the occurrence of conflict,

(e) initiate and support training and other capacity building programmes for relevant stakeholders in the district, and

(f) perform any other functions determined by the Regional Security Council and National Security Coordinating Council.