The role of women in violent extremism in Kenya
Recruiters, spies, cooks and cleaners. These are just a few of the indirect roles women play in violent extremist groups such as al-Shabaab. The full extent of their involvement remains unknown,…
ICT4Peace in the Horn of Africa?
The pioneer of peace studies Johan Galtung (1996) proposed two types of peace: negative peace meaning the absence of violence and positive peace where there is coexistence, restoration and…
Mapping CSOs Engagment in Peace Building at National and State Levels in South Sudan
This mapping study is commissioned by UNDP to identify Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) offering peacebuilding services at national and state levels in South Sudan. To conduct the mapping study,…
Iraqi Child Marriage Proposal Reflects Worrying Trend
New legislation in the Iraqi parliament that would allow girls as young as 9 to marry is drawing stiff opposition from a nationwide coalition of civil society groups.
THE NAP TRACKER - SECOND YEAR AUDIT OF THE NATIONAL ACTION PLAN
On December 16, 2014, armed militants broke into the Army Public School (APS) in Peshawar Cantonment area of the Khyber Pukhtunkhwa (KP) province. In the brazen attack, they murdered 133…
Kenya’s Rift Valley: Old Wounds, Devolution’s New Anxieties
The Rift Valley is the crucible of Kenya’s intercommunal conflicts and often the site of confrontations among rival ethnic political blocs. Though an election alliance has brought together the two…
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RESOLVE Network Knowledge Platform Administrator
Megan E. Loney
Ernest N Ogbozor
A scholar and practitioner of conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and development
Policy relevant research to support practical interventions in Africa
Catherine Lena Kelly
Political scientist and Sahel specialist advising the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative on research, evaluation, and learning on rule of law approaches to CVE