The Islamic State in East Africa
The slogan of the Islamic State is remaining and expanding (baqiya wa tatamadad), and at the end of July 2018, the Islamic State in East Africa could claim to be doing both; not in any dramatic way,…
Can paying fines to prisoners decongest prison? Study of Fines payment Scheme at Goron-Dutse Prison
Prisons overcrowd remains one of the pressing concerns not only to the government but also to Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) and individuals. Prison authorities in Nigeria often call upon…
Explanations for violent crime in England and Wales: Literature Review Commissioned by the North Wales Police Department - UK
This work reviews existing literature on explanations for violent crime focusing on England and Wales. The review centres on why violent crime happens, who are the victims and offenders of violent…
ICT4Peace in the Horn of Africa?
The pioneer of peace studies Johan Galtung (1996) proposed two types of peace: negative peace meaning the absence of violence and positive peace where there is coexistence, restoration and…
Mapping CSOs Engagment in Peace Building at National and State Levels in South Sudan
This mapping study is commissioned by UNDP to identify Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) offering peacebuilding services at national and state levels in South Sudan. To conduct the mapping study,…
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…
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Ernest N Ogbozor
A scholar and practitioner of conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and development
GPPi's research, advisory and dialogue activities on global peace & security focus on governance, political economy, norms and organizations of providing (in)security and peace.
Pakistani. Journalist. Researcher. Analyst.
Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob
My academic research specifically explores how international information interventions are localized, encountered and contested in crises societies.