Grace Maina

Dr Grace Maina is an independent researcher and former manager of the Knowledge Production Department at ACCORD. Dr Maina’s research interests include post-conflict peacebuilding in Africa, human security, preventative action, and youth. She holds a doctorate degree from the University of Bradford, UK, an MA in Development Studies from the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in South Africa, a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree majoring in Political Science and Sociology from the University of Nairobi, Kenya as well as a Bachelor of Law (LL.B) degree from the University of Nairobi.

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The never-ending pursuit of the Lord’s Resistance Army

An analysis of the Regional Cooperative Initiative for the Elimination of the LRA
27 Mar 2013 | Policy & Practice Brief

Enhancing security and justice in Liberia

The regional hub model
13 Mar 2013 | Policy & Practice Brief

Make Peace Happen

Strengthening political governance for peace, security and stability in Africa
1 Jul 2012 | Report

Opportunity or Threat

The engagement of youth in African societies
13 Feb 2012 | Monograph

Making Deals for Peace

The Peace and Justice Dilemma
22 Jun 2011 | Policy & Practice Brief

A Regional Approach to Peacebuilding

The Mano River Region
9 May 2011 | Policy & Practice Brief

The Complexity of Applying UN Resolution 1325 in Post Conflict Reintegration Processes

The case of Northern Uganda
9 May 2011 | Occasional Paper Series

It’s not just Xenophobia

Factors that lead to violent attacks on foreigners in South Africa and the role of the government
29 Mar 2011 | Policy & Practice Brief

Mediating to Governments of National Unity

A conflict transformative approach
17 Feb 2011 | Policy & Practice Brief