Conflict & Resilience Monitor

The Conflict and Resilience Monitor offers monthly blog-size commentary and analysis on the latest conflict-related trends in Africa.

24 Feb 2023

Assessing the Effectiveness of the Multinational Joint Task Force

Crossroads: The Significance and Prospects of Nigeria’s 2023 Presidential Election

Eswatini: the year ahead

22 Dec 2022

A Wave of Democracy in Africa in 2022

Advancing the Climate Security Agenda in the SADC Region

Beyond power-politics: Ethiopia need to pivot to dialogue

27 Oct 2022

Loss and Damage High on the Agenda for COP27 in Egypt

Mapping post-COVID-19 Protest Trends in Africa

Monitoring and Evaluating the WPS Agenda in the SADC Region

22 Sep 2022

African Governments and their international partners need to boost Africa’s resilience to the food insecurity caused by the Ukraine war

Global geopolitical competition hits Africa: Can it maintain its voice?

Regulatory gaps in fisheries governance in Africa: security risks and implications

25 Aug 2022

Africa Must Not Be A Spectator to History

Ending the conflict in Tigray: Negotiations and key issues

MONUSCO’s credibility crisis: The illusion of peace through the international community?

28 Jul 2022

Diplomatic Tensions Between the DRC and Rwanda

How the nomination of the ‘Iron Lady’ has influenced Kenya’s 2022 general elections

The role of SADC in Eswatini: Lessons from Lesotho

23 Jun 2022

Indigenous local structures for post-conflict justice in Southern Africa

Lasting peace remains elusive in Ethiopia despite progress towards peace talks to end the armed conflict

Solutions to forced displacements in the Central African region

26 May 2022

eThekwini Conclusions and the significance for the Inaugural Joint APRM – PSC Retreat

Hot-Air or a Resurgence? Making Sense of Unconstitutional Changes in Government in Africa

Key questions about recent coups in Africa

13 Apr 2022

Eswatini: Options for Dialogue and Peace

Fixing the Lake Chad crisis from the bottom-up

Former President Banda’s contribution to democracy in Zambia and beyond

10 Mar 2022


Advancing Gender Equality and Women’s Participation in Peace Processes in the Democratic Republic of Congo: The Experience of MONUSCO

Strengthening the Role of Women at the Grassroots Level: A Tribute to Local Women in South Africa Breaking Gendered Barriers

10 Feb 2022

Africa-Europe Summit: A common agenda around climate change?

Africa: Pawn in a new world dis-order

Africans Welcome China’s Role in Peace and Security, but are Pushing for Greater Agency and Responsibility

20 Dec 2021

African Coups and Silencing the Guns Agenda in 2021

African Union shows global leadership on the climate-peace nexus

Bottom-up approaches to peace: a holistic approach to conflict prevention and peacebuilding

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