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Category Archives: Publications and Reports

Conflict Bulletin: Cross River State – Patterns and Trends, 2012-2014

BY NATE HAKEN AND PATRICIA TAFT* To the southeast of Nigeria, the coastal state of Cross River is home to approximately 2.9 million people (2006 census), predominantly of Efik, Ejagham and Bekwarra background. One of the fastest growing states in Nigeria, Cross River is endowed with vast mineral resources, plentiful arable land, and a growing […]

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Conflict Bulletin: Delta State – Patterns and Trends, 2012-2014

BY NATE HAKEN AND PATRICIA TAFT Delta is the second most populous state in the Niger Delta, with an estimated 4.1 million people. The state produces about 35% of Nigeria’s crude oil and a considerable amount of its natural gas. It is also rich in root and tuber crops, such as potatoes, yams, cassava, and […]

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Conflict Bulletin: Abia State – Patterns and Trends, 2012-2014

BY NATE HAKEN AND PATRICIA TAFT* Abia State has an estimated population of 2.4 million, predominantly of Igbo origin. Comparatively, it has not experienced the levels of violence and insecurity that other states in the Niger Delta have over the time period analyzed. Abia produces about 27% of Nigeria’s crude oil and a significant amount […]

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Conflict Bulletin: Akwa Ibom State – Patterns and Trends, 2012-2014

BY NATE HAKEN AND PATRICIA TAFT* Akwa Ibom has a population of about 3.9 million people according to the 2006 census. Predominantly inhabited by the Ibibio people, the state is also home to Annang, Oron, Obolo and Eket communities. Endowed with large deposits of crude oil, condensate and gas, Akwa Ibom is among the largest […]

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Conflict Bulletin: Bayelsa State – Patterns and Trends, 2012-2014

BY NATE HAKEN AND PATRICIA TAFT* With 2 million people, Bayelsa is one of the smallest states in the country, by population. Most are of Ijaw descent. Bayelsa produces between 30-40% of Nigeria’s oil and gas. In addition to the petroleum sector, the state has an extensive commercial fishing industry and produces oil palm, raffia […]

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Violence Affecting Women and Girls Monthly Memo – February 2015

This memo covers the month of February 2015 (data coding and uploading lags by a month) for the eight NSRP States: Borno, Yobe, Kano, Kaduna, Plateau, Rivers, Bayelsa, and Delta.

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Niger Delta Election Violence Update: January-March 2015

BY THE FUND FOR PEACE Following the party primaries in late 2014, political jockeying has continued between and among parties. The postponement of the elections originally slated for February 14, due to insecurity in the Northeast, appears to have raised the level of uncertainty. In some states, gangs and cult groups have taken sides. In […]

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Violence Affecting Women & Girls Quarterly Report 3

BY PATRICIA TAFT* The following report summarizes the main findings from data collection and analysis for the November 2014 to January 2015 period. The number of overall incidents and fatalities reported in 2014 across the eight target states shows the highest levels of violence since 2009. While types of violence vary across states and time […]

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Violence Affecting Women and Girls Monthly Memo – January 2015

This memo covers the month of January 2015 (data coding and uploading lags by a month) for the eight NSRP States: Borno, Yobe, Kano, Kaduna, Plateau, Rivers, Bayelsa, and Delta.

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FFP Annual Report to the Voluntary Principles Plenary 2015

Report for the Calendar Year 2014 A founding member of the Voluntary Principles, FFP is strongly committed to continuing its support of the Voluntary Principles on Security & Human Rights (VPs).

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This week's Future Trends from AfP & @GlobPeaceIndex analyzes news stories from across the globe - the Peruvian Prime Minister resigns, a top Pakistan Taliban leader is killed, and more - to deliver insight into the future.

Read the full publication here: https://t.co/UposQOHar9