Institut Malien de Recherche Action pour la Paix
The Institut Malien de Recherche-Action pour la Paix (IMRAP) was created on October 31, 2013 as an association following the multifaceted crises (particularly security and institutional) that Mali experienced in 2012. IMRAP's main objective is to contribute to the renewal of a desire to live together harmoniously and to the entrenchment of dialogue as a mechanism for addressing challenges and seizing opportunities for peacebuilding, reconciliation and social cohesion. Thus, from November 2013 to December 2014, in partnership with Interpeace, and with funding from the European Union and the Embassy of Denmark, IMRAP traveled throughout Mali and the refugee camps for a study on the obstacles and opportunities for peace. This exercise, which constituted the first phase of the "An Agenda for Peace" program, led to a report entitled: "Mali's Self-Portrait on the Obstacles to Peace". Read more. .