In June 2016, during an ethnographic research trip to Limbué, an administrative post in the Lugela district in Mozambique, I had an interesting conversation with the commercial motorcycle operator assigned to me by the district’s permanent secretary to take me around the area. This operator, a resident of Lugela district, shared his perspective on the […]
We have now reached a point where some don’t know the meaning of peace. They were born into conflict.
My first-hand experience with sex workers has given me an in-depth understanding of their lived realities and this is primarily the reason for me electing to embark on a study that can be used to improve their lives.
Introducing the African Peacebuilding Network’s and Next Generation Social Sciences in Africa’s 2023 Fellowsby African Peacebuilding Network
Congratulations to this year’s APN-Next Gen Fellows!
To transcend means to overcome challenges on the path toward achieving these standards, including facing formidable pressure to meet the requirements for attaining such heights.
This article explores the key issues related to voter suppression and the overall integrity of the 2023 general elections in Nigeria.
Artisanal Oil Refineries or Kpo-fire: A New Dimension of Petro-Insurgency in Nigeria’s Oil Producing Niger Delta Region?by Justin Eduviere Agheyisi
In the Niger Delta region, which is associated with crude oil extraction and production, the marginalization of the host communities by oil companies has historically fueled non-violent and violent protests across the region.