Mindende has more than seven years of experience in the humanitarian field, with several national and international organizations in the context of peacebuilding, including capacity building, dialogue, mediation and conflict transformation.
First and foremost he is a citizen of a country devastated by a violent conflict of an interfaith nature. He intends to contribute to interfaith cohesion in the Central African Republic thanks to his experiences through several NGOs. He is interested in the new conflict transformation tools made available by interreligious dialogue.
He has been working as a Project Officer in KAICIID’s CAR programme for over two years and has received training in religious engagement in peacebuilding as a trainer by Search For Common Ground. He has gone on to train several local religious actors in this context and has contributed to the revision and contextualization of the modules in Religious Engagement and Common Ground Approach. His master's thesis focuses on the political dimension of language – the question of social cohabitation from the Heraclitean reading of logos.