2013 APN Grantees
Admire Mare and Stanley Tsarwe
Mediating Electoral Violence in a Polarized Society: The Case of Zimbabwe
Mediating Electoral Conflict in Zimbabwe
Socio-Political Economy and Dynamics of Government-Driven Land Grabbing in Nigeria since 2000
Nurses’ International Migration and the Crystalizing ‘Culture of Exile’ in Nigeria: Historical Trends, Dynamics and Consequences
Odeomene, Akachi, and Obiomachukwu Osuji. “Nurses’ International Migration and the Crystalizing ‘Culture of Exile’ in Nigeria: Historical Trends, Dynamics and Consequences.” African Population Studies 29, no. 1 (2015): 1541-1554.
Major-General J.T.U. Aguiyi-Ironsi: Quintessential Patriot and Soldier Extraordinaire
Odoemene, Akachi. “Major-General J.T.U. Aguiyi-Ironsi: Quintessential Patriot and Soldier Extraordinaire.” In Nigerian Political Leaders: Visions, Actions and Legacies, edited by Apollos O. Nwauwa and Julius O. Adekunle, 205-230. Goldline and Jacobs Publishing, 2015.
Evolution and Socio-Political Economy of Ransoming in Nigeria since the Late Twentieth Century
Rethinking ‘Development Investment’ in Nigeria’s Agricultural Land
Ransoming, Compensatory Violence, and Humanitarianism in the Sahel
Kujenga Amani: The Day the Burkanbe People Recovered Their Voice
Blaise Compaore in the Resolution of the Ivorian Conflict: From Belligerent to Mediator-In-Chief
Bamlaku Mengistu and Fekadu G. Mersha
Bamlaku Mengistu- Ethnicity, Identity, and Conflicts among Pastoral Groups in Eatern Ethiopia
Tadesse, Bamlaku, Fekadu Beyene, Richard Wentzell, and Workineh Kassa. “Ethnicity, Identity, and Conflicts among Pastoral Groups in Eastern Ethiopia.” African Journal of Democracy and Governance :49-72.
Reconciliation from the top down? Government institutions in South Africa, Rwanda, and Burundi
Mediated Power-Sharing Agreements, Reconciliations and Transitional Justice: Liberia, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of Congo
Wielenga, Cori, and Nickson Bondo. “Mediated Power-Sharing Agreements, Reconciliation and Transitional Justice: Liberia, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.” Mediation Arguments, no. 6 (June 2014).
Natural resource rent and stakeholder politics in Africa: towards a new conceptualization
Kenneth Omeje and Nicodemus Minde
Stakeholder Perspectives on Priorities for Postconflict State Building and Peace Building in South Sudan
Omeje, Kenneth, and Nicodemus Minde. “Stakeholder Perspectives on Priorities for Postconflict State Building and Peace Building in South Sudan.” Africa Peace and Conflict Journal 7, no. 1 (June 2014).
Kujenga Amani: The South Sudan Peace Deal and Prospects for Peacebuilding
Kujenga Amani: The Westgate Terrorist Attack: Any Lessons for Kenya’s Approach to Regional Security?
A Clash of Norms and Strategies in Madagascar: Mediation and the AU Policy on Unconstitutional Change of Government
Kujenga Amani: Mediating in Madagascar: Bypassing the AU Ban on Coup Legitimization
The Unforeseen Consequences for the Military Profession
Kujenga Amani: Are Female Peacekeepers Making a Difference, and If Not, Why Not?
Insights on the Emerging Tensions of Including Women in the Military: Lessons from South Africa
Are Women ‘Really’ Making a Unique Contribution to Peacekeeping?
Michael Kehinde and Aloysius Ngalim
Commissioned to write a paper for CMA, “African Boundary Conflict and International Mediation: The Case of the Bakassi Peninsula,” as part of Mediation Arguments series.
Kujenga Amani: Democracy versus Stability: Political Reconciliation and the Government of National Unity in Zanzibar
Kujenga Amani: A Beleuguered Political Marriage: The Tanganyika-Zanzibar Union and the Constitution Process in Tanzania
Minde, Nicodemus. “A Beleaguered Political Marriage: The Tanganyika-Zanzibar Union and the Constitution Process in Tanzania.” Kujenga Amani. May 20, 2014.
Kujenga Amani: Press Freedoms: Tanzania Should Repeal Draconian Media Legislations
Kujenga Amani: APN Grantee on the Future of Democracy and Peace in West Africa
Oluwatoyin O. Oluwaniyi
Kujenga Amani: Post-Amnesty Reintegration and Peacebuilding Challenges in Nigeria’s Niger Delta Region: The Way Forward