In the 15 years since the UNSC adopted Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security and nearly 25 years since the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action, significant progress has been made in improving the status of women globally through initiatives to mainstream gender in peace and security.
Comparing and contrasting two broad conceptualisations of justice in the post-WWII period: survivor justice and victor’s justice.
An analysis of the profound effects the 2013 Ebola outbreak had on the stability of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Understanding the challenges faced by UNMISS peacekeepers in protecting the civilians of the newly-formed South Sudan.
Edknowledge Mandikwaza analyses the concept of amnesty as a pivotal pillar of transitional justice.
A historical account of the disintegration of the Somalian state since the fall of Mohamed Siad Barre’s military regime.
Offering analytical insight into the troubling phenomenon of underage combatants being deployed in volatile conflict environments.
Unpacking the underlying causes for the volatility that exists within the political and economic network of the Great Lakes Region.
Outlining the numerous improvements to operational efforts mitigating ongoing conflict situations in central Africa.
A two minute introduction to ACCORD, its history and the scope of its impact in over twenty years of training, negotiation, mediation and third track diplomacy behind the scenes of African conflicts.