Category Archives: Publications and Reports

Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Adamawa State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY WORKING GROUPS Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, updates have been made to […]

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Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Bayelsa State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY WORKING GROUP Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, updates have been made to […]

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Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Akwa Ibom State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY WORKING GROUP Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, updates have been made to […]

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Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Abia State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY WORKING GROUP Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, updates have been made to […]

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Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Delta State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY NETWORK Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, updates have been made to reflect […]

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Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Edo State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY WORKING GROUP Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, updates have been made to […]

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Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Imo State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY WORKING GROUP Nigeria Election Scenarios and Recommendations Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, […]

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Nigeria 2015 Elections Scenarios and Recommendations: Kaduna State

BY PEACE AND SECURITY WORKING GROUP Disclaimer: The following analysis is based on discussions with State-level actors and so reflects their perceptions, not the view of the Peace and Security Working Group. These scenarios were produced prior to the 2014 primary elections and are thus subject to change. Where relevant, updates have been made to […]

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Violence Affecting Women and Girls Monthly Memo – November 2014

This memo focuses specifically on the month of November (data coding and uploading lags by a month) for the eight NSRP focus states: Borno, Yobe, Kano, Kaduna, Plateau, Rivers, Bayelsa, and Delta.

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Security, Rights & Development Roundtable Annual Report 2014

BY J.J. MESSNER The mission of The Security, Rights & Development Roundtable is to promote the rule of law and open societies. Launched in 1996, the Roundtable was the first forum designed for multinational businesses and mainstream human rights organizations to discuss issues of common concern in an atmosphere of mutual respect, trust, and confidentiality. […]

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