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Book Review: The Politics of Peacemaking in Africa

Non-state actors' role in the Liberian civil war Babatunde Tolu Afolabi A detailed examination of the role of two critical non-state groups in the Liberian Civil War peace process - the diaspora and the religious - that provides key insights for policymakers and NGOs into the roles that civil society actors

Insecurity: WANEP harps on inclusive women participation in peace processes

Godsgift Onyedinefu The West African Network Peacebuilding (WANEP) has stressed that women's participation in conflict resolution is vital to peace processes and development in Nigeria. The WANEP National Network Cordinator, Bridget Osakwe addressing journalists on Tuesday in Abuja at a media roundtable on UNSCR 1325 and Women in Peace and Security said

G7 urges greater role for women in peace processes

Foreign ministers from the world’s seven most developed nations on Saturday urged a greater role for women in solving conflicts, saying that peace settlements with female involvement were more likely to endure. The Group of Seven ministers, at their meeting in the northern French resort of Dinard to prepare a summit