Peacebuilding and Extremism: Key Insights and lessons from a global consultation convened by Peace Direct
In April 2017 more than 100 expert participants from 36 countries contributed to a series of discussions on issues related to violent extremism and peacebuilding. The conversations focused on…
The Rehabilitation and Reintegration of former Boko Haram Insurgent: Lessons from the Niger Delta Amnesty Programme
The Boko Haram insurgency in North East Nigeria has devastated the region since 2009: with hundreds of thousands killed and millions of others forcefully displaced by the conflict, the Federal…
Understanding trajectories of radicalisation in Agadez
In recent years, the border regions of Niger have seen an increase in activity by violent extremist groups. This research, carried out in October 2016, examined why people become radicalised in…
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.
When Biro is Mightier Than Bombs
t is rather so unfortunate that I found out that I am fighting a lonely war for justice all the time, when I realized what my fundamental human rights are. But fighting in defense for rights in my…
Why Boko Haram Became Violent
There is no justification whatsoever, when citizens begin to take arms against its nation and fellow citizens by any guise. But this is our story in the Northeast of Nigeria of Borno State aka "…
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RESOLVE Network Research Associate
Megan E. Loney
Hans De Marie Heungoup
I am a Political Scientist, with a concentration in Political Sociology and Security Studies. Over the last seven years I extensively published on Cameroon, Central Africa, Boko Haram and the Lake Chad Basin.