Naila Salihu is a Program and Research officer at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Center (KAIPTC). She holds a Master of Philosophy Degree (International Affairs), from the Legon Center for International Affairs, University of Ghana. Her research interests are in peace and security in Africa, particularly conflict analysis, peacekeeping, civilian protection, governance, conflict prevention, conflict management, and human security. She has authored and co-authored several book chapters, and articles on conflict, peace and security in Africa. 

Library Articles

2013
After several years of political instability and socio-economic decline partly caused by endemic militarization of politics and society, and since the inauguration of the Fourth Republic in 1992, Ghana has become a relatively stable democracy. This brief examines how the governance process in Ghana ...
2011
This policy brief explores the concept of civilian protection and how it applies to the ongoing Ivorian crisis, and conflict situations broadly. Specifically, it discusses the challenges of promoting civilian protection in La Cote d’Ivoire and suggests ways of dealing with it. We argue that there ...
English

expertise
  • Peace and Security in Africa

  • Conflict Analysis

  • Peacekeeping

  • Civilian Protection

  • Governance

  • Conflict Prevention

  • Conflict Management

  • Human Security

education
  • MPhil (University of Ghana)