Examining the state of legal pluralism in Somalia where customary law, religious law and secular law operate concomitantly.
Documenting tensions that arise when modern political bodies interfere with cultural frameworks of land distribution among local traditional pastoralists
Nigusie Angessa has an M.A. degree in Foreign Language Studies and has taken high level trainings in the areas of peace and conflict. He is a lecturer in the College
Tamene Keneni has a B.A. (Educational Psychology) and an M.A. (Developmental Psychology). He has been teaching at higher educational institutions in Ethiopia. Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate at the
Abstract This article interrogates the role of indigenous legal tradition (ILT) in contemporary African transitional justice initiatives. It departs from the assumption that most African cultures put emphasis on communality
Abstract The study examines the modalities for integrating traditional and modern conflict management strategies in Nigeria using an analysis of relevant documents as well as Black’s Social Control Theory and