Working Papers

Aaron, Anita, Danielle Lane and Ariana Barth. The Involvement of Persons with Disabilities in Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding Efforts. Working Paper. Berkeley, CA: World Institute on Disability, August 2014.

Aldehaib, Amel. Sudan’s Comprehensive Peace Agreement Viewed Through the Eyes of the Women of South Sudan. IJR (Institute for Justice and Reconciliation) Fellows Programme Occasional Paper no. 3. Cape Town, South Africa: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, 2010.

Budetsa Batanda, Jackee. The Role of Civil Society in Advancing for Transitional Justice in Uganda. IJR (Institute for Justice and Reconciliation) Occasional Paper no. 1. Cape Town, South Africa: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, 2009.

Fofana, Kaddy. Climate Change, Gender and Human Development: A Case for Policy Formulation and Implementation in ECOWAS. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 11. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, May 2013.

Goetschel, Laurent and Sandra Pfluger (eds.). Challenges of Peace Research. Swiss Peace Working Paper Series. Switzerland: University of Basel, July 2014.

Hafiz, Abeer. Potential Conflict over Nile River between South and North Sudan. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 1. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, November 2011.

Ikpe, Eka. The Political Economy of Peacebuilding: What Opportunities Exist for ‘New’ Approaches to Post-Conflict Reconstruction in Africa? ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 17. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, Universityof Nairobi, December 2014.

Kamara, Alicia. The Role of the Military in Humanitarian Crises Response: A Case for West Africa. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 10. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, May 2013.

Kamara, Alicia. Preparedness for Effective Humanitarian Response: Assessing the Operational Capacity of the ECOWAS Standby Force. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 12. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, May 2013.

Kimyeni, Mwangi S., Jideofor Adibe, Moussa Djiré, Abigail J. Jirgi, Alpha Kergna, Temesgen T. Deressa, Jessica Pugliese and Andrew Westbury. The Impact of Conflict and Political Instability on Agricultural Investments in Mali and Nigeria. African Growth Initiative Working Paper no. 17. Washington, D.C.: The Brookings Institution, July 2014.

Lacey, Elizabeth. Restive Jonglei: From the Conflict’s Roots to Reconciliation. IJR (Institute for Justice and Reconciliation) Working Paper. Cape Town, South Africa: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, 2013.

Malam Soumaila, Ibrahim. “Community Vulnerability Mapping:” Enabling Participation and Preparedness in Reducing the Risk of Disasters and Impacts of Climate Change in West Africa. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 9. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, November 2012.

Malam Soumaila, Ibrahim. Role of Diverse Actors in National Platforms for Disaster Risk Reduction in West Africa: A Case of Togo and Niger National Platforms. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 13. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, February 2014.

Moody, James. Collective Action in North Africa. ACLED (Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project) Working Paper no. 6. Sussex, U.K.: University of Sussex, April 2015.

Mwale, Doc. “Multi-Party is War:” Reflections on Local Mediation in Malawi’s Electoral Conflicts. CMA (Centre for Mediation in Africa) Practitioner Notes Working Paper no. 2. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, March 2013.

Lanz, David and Rachel Gasser. A Crowded Field: Competition and Coordination in International Peace Mediation. CMA (Centre for Mediation in Africa) Mediation Arguments Working Paper no. 6. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, February 2013.

Nathan, Laurie. A Clash of Norms and Strategies in Madagascar: Mediation and the AU Policy on Unconstitutional Change of Government. CMA (Centre for Mediation in Africa) Mediation Arguments Working Paper no. 6. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, April 2013.

 Odendaal, Andries. The Usefulness of National Mediation in Intra-State Conflict in Africa. CMA (Centre for Mediation in Africa) Mediation Arguments Working Paper no. 6. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, March 2013.

Odoi, Nana. Cultural Diversity in Peace Operations: Training Challenges. KAIPTC (Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Centre) Occasional Paper no. 4. Accra, Ghana: Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Centre, March 2005.

Olonisakin, ’Funmi. Leadership and Peacebuilding in Africa. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 3. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, March 2012.       

Olonisakin, ’Funmi and Alfred Muteru. Reframing Narratives of Peacebuilding and State-building in Africa. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 16.Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, February 2014.

Owor Ogora, Lino. Traditional Justice and Victim Participation in Northern Uganda. IJR (Institute for Justice and Reconciliation) Fellows Programme Occasional Paper no. 2. Cape Town, South Africa: Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, 2009.

Pharoah, Robyn. Who is the Most at Risk? Victimisation Trends in the 2007 National Crime and Victimisation Survey. ISS (Institute for Security Studies) Unpublished Paper no. 182. Pretoria, South Africa: Institute for Security Studies, April 2009.

Saunders, Chris. The Dog That Didn’t Bark: The Absence of Significant International Mediation in the South African Transition to Democracy. CMA (Centre for Mediation in Africa) Mediation Arguments Working Paper no. 6. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, April 2014.

Sittoni, Rachel. Gender and Conflict Early Warning in the IGAD Region: Making a Case for an Alternative, Context Specific Approach. ALC (African Leadership Centre) Working Paper no. 8. Nairobi, Kenya: King’s College London, University of Nairobi, September 2012.

Sosuh, Margaret Mansa. Border Security in Ghana: Challenges and Prospects. KAIPTC (Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Centre) Occasional Paper no. 4. Accra, Ghana: Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Centre, March 2011.

Wielenga, Cori and Nickson Bondo. Mediated Power-Sharing Agreements, Reconciliation and Transitional Justice: Liberia, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of Congo. CMA (Centre for Mediation in Africa) Mediation Arguments Working Paper no. 6. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, June 2014.

Zanker, Franzisca. Legitimate Representation in Mediation Processes: Civil Society Involvement in Liberia and Kenya. CMA (Centre for Mediation in Africa) Mediation Arguments Working Paper no. 6. Pretoria, South Africa: University of Pretoria, January 2013.