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African Journal on Conflict Resolution Vol. 10, No. 2, 2010

This edition has eight articles. 'Environmental conflicts: Key issues and management implications' discusses people and the environment, environmental conflicts, climate change and environmental conflicts and management implications. 'Approaches t...

African Journal on Conflict Resolution Vol. 10, No. 3, 2010

"The articles on Rwanda and Sudan focus on post-tragedy situations in which justice (punitive and/or curative) and recovery (economic, social and/ or political) are pursued. They are ‘after’ papers with ‘before’ messages. The article on electoral ...

African Journal on Conflict Resolution Vol. 11, No. 1, 2011

This special issue of AJCR on Southern Africa – 50 years after Hammarskjöld revisits in the first part hitherto less known aspects of the Secretary-General’s commitment to find solutions to challenges often considered to be ‘missions impossible’ ...

African Journal on Conflict Resolution Vol. 11, No. 3, 2011

This issue has six articles. 'The historic contribution of the United Nations to the resolution of conflicts in Southern Africa' focuses on the contribution of the UN, and almost two decades after the establishment of a democratic constitutional o...

African Journal on Conflict Resolution Vol. 12, No. 1, 2012

This issue contains five articles and one book review. 'Hegemonic agendas, intermesticity and conflicts in the post-colonial state' explores the sources, factors and forces that interact to spark and drive conflict in the post-colonial state and i...

Conflict Trends Issue 2 2011

This issue contains seven articles. 'Climate Change–Conflict Nexus: Framework for Policy-oriented Action' bridges the climate change-conflict gap by providing a framework or lens through which policy-action research on the nexus between climate c...

Conflict Trends Issue 4 2011

'Imperatives for Post-conflict Reconstruction in Libya' asserts that for an effective launching of a national construction process, Libyans as well as the international community should take into consideration certain imperatives for rebuilding a...

Conflict Trends Issue 1 2012

This issue has seven articles. 'Assessing the African Union’s Response to the Libyan Crisis' analyses the AU’s response to the Libyan crisis as represented by its roadmap as well as its decision to recognise the National Transitional Council (NTC)...

Conflict Trends Issue 2 2012

"As studies of the protection of civilians in Africa are still in the initial stages, the need exists for further reflection on the central role of such protection within peacekeeping operations in Africa. This Training for Peace (TfP) Special Is...

Conflict Trends Issue 1 2005

This issue covers several articles which are as follows: 1)Reforming the World Trade, Aid and Security System 2) The Reflection on Peace Agreements in Africa 3)Conditions for Peace: The State, Private Sector and Civil Society 4)Building Peace in A...

Conflict Trends Issue 3 2004

"As a result of the 9/11 events and how it changed the world, it appears that a dividing line has been drawn between those who support a call to root out terrorism wherever it might appear in order to achieve global peace, and those who still thin...

Conflict Trends Issue 4 2002

"The first section of this issue serves as a good prelude to the other three articles, which focus on the process of democracy in Africa. This part begins with an article by Liebenberg, which is a critical reflection on the theoretical underpinnin...

Bottlenecks to Deployment? The Challenges of Deploying Trained Personnel to United Nations Peacekeeping Operations

"The present report addresses the role of training programmes with respect to the deployment of personnel in peace operations. How effective is the deployment of trained personnel, and what are the main obstacles to this deployment? We use the No...

The Conflict Management Work of the Civil Affairs Division of the United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS)

"The findings of this report are based on the experiences of CAD officers working in the field. Their colocation and constant engagement with communities and actors in government at all levels means that for many CAD officers their view of conflic...

The Civilian Dimension of the African Standby Force

"This book is about the civilian dimension of African Peace Operations. It is a summary of the work that the African Union (AU) Peace Support Operations Division (PSOD) has done to date to develop the civilian dimension of AU Peace operations, pri...

Conflict Trends Issue 2 2007

"This issue of Conflict Trends focuses on leadership in Africa, since leadership is one of the many factors that influence conflicts. This is even more significant in Africa and other parts of the developing world, where broad-based governance wi...

Resolution 1325 in 2020: Looking forward, Looking Back

"This report is based on reflections on the seminar, as well as desktop research on the thematic issues of women, peace and security. It highlights the pivotal role of UNSCR 1325 as a seminal instrument that will advance the cause of women. While ...

Climate change and conflict: Conflict-sensitive Climate Change Adaptation in Africa

"In preparation for COP17 (17th Conference of the Parties) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) in Durban, held a two-day expert seminar t...

Managing Election-related Violence: Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo

"This Policy & Practice Brief provides an overview of election related violence in the DRC while examining its electoral landscape. Furthermore, it analyses underlying and proximate threats as possible triggers for election-related violence. It al...

Sexual Violence Beyond Conflict Termination: Impunity for Past Violations as a Recipe for New Ones?

"One of the main insights emanating from this Policy & Practice Brief is that CRSV does not usually end because incompatibilities are resolved or arms have been put down. The seven African countries attest to a persistent, and sometimes even insti...

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