Previous ACCORD publications on peace agreements have now been followed up by this one, which may be regarded as most relevant and most revealing. For …
Reviewing the status of the August 2015 peace agreement that brought an end to Sudan’s two-year civil war.
Unpacking the AU’s decision to introduce a levy on imports, with the aim to strengthen its relationship with the UN.
Criticism that the UN remains too state-centric has created impetus to strengthen and deepen engagement with communities.
Analysing the impact of the Southern African Development Community’s Interventions have on conflict in the DRC.
An analysis of how the perceived dichotomy between Arabs and Africans continues to fuel violence in the region.
Exploring the use of participatory media projects as effective forums for healing in post-conflict states.
How the youth of Zimbabwe have mobilised to challenge sociopolitical and economic injustices.
How strengthening government institutions will aid Kenya in achieving reconciliation and long term stability.
Analysing the effects of the Niger Delta’s post-amnesty era which followed the introduction of the 2009 Presidential Amnesty Programme.
Presenting arguments that a leader with a ‘great heart’ is necessary to bring about peaceful change.
Closely examining the relationship between religion, ethnicity and conflict in northern Nigeria.
How civil society involvement after the second Congo war contributed to the weakening of transitional institutions.
Comparing and contrasting two broad conceptualisations of justice in the post-WWII period: survivor justice and victor’s justice.
An analysis of the profound effects the 2013 Ebola outbreak had on the stability of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone.
Understanding the challenges faced by UNMISS peacekeepers in protecting the civilians of the newly-formed South Sudan.