Political Transition and Power Transformation in Togo: Will Faure Gnassingbe Relinquish Power in 2015?
December 1, 2014
Boko Haram: Anatomy of an Islamist Rebellion
July 1, 2013
One year on, where are the Chibok schoolgirls?
April 14, 2015
What Works: Peacebuilding Strategies that Really Work
October 14, 2015
Over the last two decades, majority African countries have been dealing with the effects of serious armed conflicts, especially involving non-state actors. Although countless efforts have been expended (with varying outcomes) on dealing with these conflicts, African countries are still largely vulnerable to destructive conflicts. This workshop, therefore, brings peacebuilding researchers, advocates, policy makers and experts on peace and conflict together to explore practical ways of responding to armed conflicts that have the potential to produce positive results.