Conflict Undermining Peace, Justice, and Equality in Africa: Finding a way forward!
Briefs and Policy Reviews
The issue of conflict in Africa has deeply hindered the advancement of peace, justice, and equality across the continent. From internal struggles to cross-border disputes, the diverse forms of conflict have brought about significant repercussions for societies, economies, and governance structures. This policy brief aims to delve into the multifaceted challenge of how conflict has hindered the pursuit of sustainable peace, justice, and equality in Africa and explores potential strategies to address these complex issues.
He is a researcher, program manager and M&E specialist in the Horn of Africa. His research focuses on the prevention and countering of violent extremism (P/CVE), border security, rehabilitation, and reintegration (DDR), migration, and climate change.
Executive Director - Scofield Associates
SA/PB - April 2023
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