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Conflict and reconciliation in Nigeria
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Get this from a library. Conflict and reconciliation in Nigeria: the approach to the elections. [M J Dent]. In Nigeria, for quite a long time, many medical scholars have advocated that attention should be given to traditional medicine as an alternative or complementary system of medicine for example, in the early 60ís, Prof.
Adeoye Lambo, saw the need to integrate some aspects of traditional medicine into the country's health care : Umar Faruk Adamu. Conflict and reconciliation in Nigeria: the approach to the elections. London, England: Institute for the Study of Conflict. MLA Citation. Dent, M. Conflict and reconciliation in Nigeria: the approach to the elections / Martin Dent Institute for the Study of Conflict.
Reconciliation in Northern Nigeria The Space for Public Apology by Olufemi Olayinka Oluniyi In this book, Dr. Olufemi Oluniyi takes a fresh look at Muslim-Christian violence which has become synonymous with the name of Northern Nigeria.
political and environmental factors that shape conflict, instability and resilience in Nigeria. The second half of the paper explores the specific regionalised conflicts in greater detail. Traditional Justice And Reconciliation After Violent Conflict Traditional Justice And Reconciliation After Violent Conflict Learning From African Experiences Reconciliation After Violent Conflict: A Handbook Managing California's Water: From Conflict To Reconciliation Theories Of Violent Conflict Violent Conflict In Nigeria Violent Conflict Meaning History Of Violent Conflict In Nigeria.
Horizontal inequalities are root causes of violent conflict in Africa. Yet, people take actions not because of statistical data on inequalities, of which they might not be aware, but because of injustices they perceive.
This volume analyses the results of original surveys with over 3, Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) Mr Bashiru Olasupo Others Professor Olusegun Matanmi – LASU, Lagos Professor Yohanna Gandu – ABU, Zaria Dr Gbemisola Animasawun – UNILORIN. STRATEGIC CONFLICT ASSESSMENT OF NIGERIA: CONSOLIDATED AND ZONAL REPORTS "13 Executive Summary uction Sincethe Institute for.
Traditional Justice and Reconciliation after Violent Conflict Learning from African Experiences. Editors Luc Huyse Mark Salter Beatrice Dias-Lambranca James Ojera Latigo Joe A.D.
Alie Assumpta Naniwe-Kaburahe Traditional Justice and Reconciliation after Violent Conflict Learning from African Experiences I. II Reconciliation and File Size: KB.
Gacaca: Grassroots justice after genocide: The key to reconciliation in Rwanda. Leiden, African Studies Centre. Ngige, Chris V., A.F. Badekale and I. HammanJoda The media and Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria: A content analysis and review. International Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies, 3 (1), pp.
58– Nwala, Uzodinma T. Nigeria suffers a variety of complex political problems including inequality, corruption, oil disputes, national disunity, and the Boko Haram insurgency.
This seven year conflict and humanitarian crisis in the north has kil and displaced million people. Despite the government’s announcement inthat the group had been ‘crushed,’ attacks have continued throughout Nigeria provides a contextual example for exploring the nexus between memory and rec- onciliation and what this means for newly emerging post-conflict states in Africa such as Liberia, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, and Somalia.
The study examined the services offered by academic libraries in conflict resolution, identified the media through which academic libraries offer their services and the problems encountered by academic libraries in rendering conflict resolution services.
Descriptive survey was adopted for this study. The population comprised academic libraries in Nigeria. 10 university libraries were selected. Forgiveness & Reconciliation: Public Policy & Conflict Transformation. This book brings together a unique combination of experts in the area of conflict resolution and focuses on the role 4/5(1).
Land is the object of competition in a number of potentially overlapping ways: as an economic asset, as a connection with identity and social legitimacy, and as political territory. Competition over land and its resources is at the center of the nexus between land and conflict.
Conflict, Conflict Resolution and Peace-Building: The Role of Religion in Mozambique, Nigeria and Cambodia.
not only as a source of conflict but also as a tool for conflict resolution and peace-building, providing early warnings of conflict, good offices once conflict has erupted, and contributing to advocacy, mediation and reconciliation.
Cited by: As a pathway to genuine reconciliation, truth-telling remains fundamental to any dialogue leading to an amicable settlement of conflicts between disputants (Ajayi & Buhari, ).An effort to.
Peace in Nigeria Will Require Accountable Governance. Wednesday, November 6, By: Oge Onubogu. The security crisis seizing Nigeria these days is kidnappings for ransom. A year ago, the spotlight was on violent conflict between farmers and herders.
Before that, it was Boko Haram. Even earlier, it was the tensions in the Niger Delta, and so on. Nigeria and creates further divisions and long lasting tensions.
These have brought untold hardships including death and loss of properties. This paper, therefore, seeks to appraise the new emphasis and insistence on peace and reconciliation as hallmarks for social justice and development in Nigeria in particular and Africa in general.
History Of Violent Conflict In - Free download Ebook, Handbook, Textbook, User Guide PDF files on the internet quickly and easily. Ebook PDF. Examples Of Violent Conflict In Nigeria History Of Violence Conflict In Nigeria Theories Of Violent Conflict Violent Conflict Meaning Reconciliation After Violent Conflict.
nigeria’s post-civil war reconciliation Imagine if the Israeli Prime Minister hired a former PLO fighter as his personal pilot. Or if the president of the United States allowed a Russian to be his personal chauffeur at the height of the Cold War.
Organizational Conflicts: Causes, Effects and Remedies conflicting parties”. According to Simmel, conflict served as a social purpose and reconciliation came even with the total destruction of one party. A recent articulation of the conflict theory is found in Alan Sears (Canadian Sociologist) book: “A Guide to Theoretical Thinking.
The scope of this study covers Nkanu East Local Government Area of Enugu State of Nigeria with focus on the appraisal and review of conflict and the role women of the study area play in the resolution of conflict viz a viz conflict prevention, peacemaking, peacebuilding, reconciliation and post conflict.
The NCEF is persuaded that a Truth, Peace, and Reconciliation Commission is a win, win, situation for all and it is the only way to a new Nigeria. Through it, a new Constitution based on the desire and the aspiration of the two races that make up Nigeria, the Negroes and the Negroid, the Ethnic Nationalities, the three major religions.
Edited by Helen Hintjens. and Dubravka Žarkov. First published 2 Park Square, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon OX14 4RN. and by Routledge. Third Av enue, New York, NY Routledge is. Then, a process of social reconciliation attempts to promote tolerance and understanding between and/or among groups, to promote non-violent conflict resolution, and finally to heal the wounds of violence in the long term.
2 There are three objectives of a process of social reconciliation: to prevent violent conflict, to address negative. This book will be essential reading for students of peace studies, con ﬂict studies and con ﬂict resolution. It will also be of interest and use to practitioners in con ﬂict resolution and NGOs, as well as policymakers and diplomats.
Charles Webel is currently Fulbright Senior. Nigeria: One publisher’s quest to curb religious violence and promote reconciliation Monday, 02 March / Published in Africa, MAI, publishing When sectarian violence in Nigeria first flared inAfrica Christian Textbooks (ACTS) created tracts and pamphlets to soothe afflicted Christians and.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Ethno-religious conflicts and democracy in Nigeria by Etannibi E. Alemika, Festus Okoye,Human Rights Monitor edition, in EnglishPages: Conflict resolution and reconciliation are rarely things that simply happen.
They are more likely to occur as a result of a consciously chosen intervention at a consciously chosen time. The Book of Ecclesiastes tells us “there is an appointed time for everything and a time for every affair under the heavens.” (Ecclesiastes ).
Reconciliation is a rather new concept in the new field of conflict resolution. It is not mentioned once in a book I wrote in In the one I published init was the most frequently cited concept. As is the case with any new concept, there is no standard definition that all scholars and practitioners rely on.
The traumas of conflict and war in postcolonial Africa have been widely documented, but less well known are their artistic representations. A number of recent films, novels and other art forms have sought to engage with and overcome postcolonial atrocities and to explore the attempts of reconciliation commissions towards peace, justice and by: 3.
Concepts and Methods of Conflict Resolution and Peace-Building: Imperatives for Religious Leaders in Nigeria Benson O.S. Udezo Abstract The need for conflict resolution in our society is crucial. It is imperative because no two people perceive a particular thing exactly in the same way.
Efforts to curb conflict. Conflict (GPPAC) is a world-wide civil society-led use the media for conflict prevention and peacebuilding alongside other post conflict reconciliation processes to promote awareness of critical social issues and bring them into the public arena so they can be addressed.
Viewed from such a historical perspective, the task of repatriation and reconciliation in north-eastern Nigeria is an unprecedented opportunity for the country to generate political will and social conditions for resolving the three underlying : Tatsushi Arai.
Security measures and a “militarized response,” Thurston concludes, failed to stamp out Yusuf’s original movement and will likely fail to end the current crisis.
In his view, only a re-introduction of a political process of negotiations and reconciliation will end the conflict. My own experiences in Nigeria support this conclusion. Conflict resolution is conceptualized as the methods and processes involved in facilitating the peaceful ending of conflict and ted group members attempt to resolve group conflicts by actively communicating information about their conflicting motives or ideologies to the rest of group (e.g., intentions; reasons for holding certain beliefs) and by engaging in collective.
Religious conflict in Nigeria goes as far back asand in the case of the town of Tafawa Balewa, to The Igbo massacre of in the North that followed the counter-coup of the same year had as a dual cause the Igbo officers' coup and pre-existing (sectarian) tensions between the Igbos and the local Muslims.
This was a major factor in the Biafran secession and the resulting civil : Ongoing. Women in Conflicts, Their Gains and Their Losses - Codou Bop 3. Violence Against Women in The Aftermath - Anu Pillay 4. Problems of Identity, Solidarity and Reconciliation - Tina Sideris 5. War and Post-War Shifts in Gender Relations - Sheila Meintjes 6.
Engendering Relations of States to Societies in the Aftermath - Meredeth Turshen. In the popular mind, to discuss religion in the context of international affairs automatically raises the specter of religious-based conflict.
The many other dimensions and impacts of religion tend to be downplayed or even neglected entirely. The contribution that religion can make to peacemaking--as the flip side of religious conflict--is only beginning to be explored and explicated. (RNS) KAMPALA, Uganda — Muslims and Christians in Nigeria have started small-scale attempts at reconciliation after years of ethnic and religious conflict.
Search Submit Clear Thursday, April South Africa, Pretoria city is great place of this kind of signature conference as a scientific research conference organizers, The Global Academic Research Institute (GARI) proudly present 03 rd International Conference on Peace and Conflict Management (ICPCM ) in Professional Collaboration with Awesome Impact Media under the theme of "Religion, Conflict and Reconciliation".Get this from a library!
Modern and traditional medicine: conflicts and reconciliation. [Umar Faruk Adamu] -- "In Nigeria, for quite a long time, many medical scholars have advocated that attention should be given to traditional medicine as an alternative or complementary system of medicine[. F]or example.