Our briefing with @PINDFoundation examines the implications of organized crime on the upcoming 2019 general elections in #Nigeria. #NigeriaDecides2019
Since 2012, @PINDFoundation’s peacebuilding program in the Niger Delta has produced a network of thousands of peace actors who will play a key role in mitigating election violence when #NigeriaDecides2019
Will upcoming federal, legislative and gubernatorial elections provoke a repeat of 2015-16 violence in Nigeria’s Niger Delta ? Read our report with @PINDFoundation and @P4P_NigerDelta #NigeriaDecides2019
To avoid a repeat of 2015 post-electoral violence in upcoming elections, @PINDFoundation and @P4P_NigerDelta have convened multi-stakeholder meetings in the Niger Delta on election violence prevention #NigeriaDecides2019
“Only by taking a proactive and holistic approach to the problem of organized crime and violence entrepreneurs in the Niger Delta can a repeat of the violence of 2015 be avoided in 2019.” @PINDFoundation #NigeriaDecides2019
Pleased to partner with @the_IDB for our #HRBRT to discuss best practices for citizen engagement in the extractives sector
Ahead of the #Nigeria elections, this @PINDFoundation and @P4P_NigerDelta report on conflict trends in the Niger Delta provides insights on root causes, implications, and intervention possibilities to reduce violence in #Nigeria #NigeriaDecides2019
Rivers State has been impacted by electoral violence in Nigeria’s last two elections. @PINDFoundation and @fundforpeace suggest that early engagement by civil society organizations can help mitigate violence in the upcoming elections #NigeriaDecides2019
Proactive and comprehensive strategies to prevent organized crime could lower the risks of a repeat of the 2015 electoral violence in the upcoming 2019 #Nigeria election. Learn more from our report with the @PINDFoundation #NigeriaDecides2019
We worked with the @PINDFoundation last year to produce an impact assessment for their peacebuilding program in #Nigeria seeking to strengthen capacity at the local level for early warning, conflict management, and peacebuilding. #NigeriaDecides2019
Our 2018 #FragileStatesIndex data is cited in this @nytimes piece on the need for peacebuilding work in the US
They Have Worked on Conflicts Overseas. Now These Americans See ‘Red Flags’ at Home.
A growing group of conflict prevention experts, many from war zones abroad, are beginning to apply their peacemaking skills to the American political ...
Executive Director @jjmessner quoted in @thinkprogress piece on the political crisis in #Venezuela:
Situation in Venezuela amounts to U.S.-backed regime change — how do we feel about that?
The Trump administration has "zero credibility as a defender of democracy."
We're proud to partner with our friends @NdpIfdn @PINDFoundation and @P4P_NigerDelta to support peacebuilding in the Niger Delta
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“Peace is integral to economic development. See how our partners @PINDFoundation @fundforpeace & @P4P_NigerDelta are helping to make peace a...
Did you know that there was a decrease in the rate of lethal violence in Rivers and Abia States between October and September 2018? Who are the key stakeholders that have influence on the conflicts in the region? Read more...https://t.co/LG8Xo59lQ6
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Congratulations to FFP Programs Manager Hannah Blyth on her selection as a Delegate to the 2019-2020 Australian-American Youth Leadership Dialogue! 🇦🇺🇺🇸 @the_AALD
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