Highlighting the traditional pre-colonial institutions and methods of conflict resolution in the Kom community of Cameroon.
Recommendations to improve the relations and stability between displaced communities in Bidibidi and to prevent further conflict.
Re-articulating how Nelson Mandela embodied the paradigm of peace, political justice and pluriversality.
Offering strategies on what can be done to prevent further violence in the DRC and honour the memories of victims.
Examining the status of the South Sudan civil war and discussing the evolving narratives behind its causes.
Interrogating the role of the African Union and South Sudan in operationalising South Sudan’s new Hybrid Court.
How Kenyans displaced following the post-election violence of 2007/2008 are recreating their community resilience capacities.
“As world leaders finalise the Global Compact on Refugees, they should pay particular attention to lessons learned from Ethiopia’s CRRF.”
Offering insights into Zimbabwe’s political processes, with particular attention to processes involved in the quota system.
Highlighting the nature, causes and implications of vote buying for democratic governance in Nigeria.
Article arising from concerns about why reconciliation in Zimbabwe has been so elusive.
Interrogating the theoretical underpinnings, trends and dynamics of conflict over resources between herders and farmers in Nigeria.
An explanation of Adaptive Mediation – a process whereby the content of agreements emerges from interaction among the participants.
A critical examination of the Joint Force of the Group of Five of the Sahel’s mandate to combat terrorism.
Highlighting some of the complexities that continue to characterise Zimbabwe’s national mood concerning national healing and reconciliation.
Analysing the tumultuous spread of democracy across Africa in the decades following the Cold War era.
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