September 2014

September 15th 2014
The first of two African Peacebuilding Network workshops for 2014 Individual Research Grants recipients, held in Nairobi, Kenya, helped grantees refine their research focus and methodologies before beginning fieldwork →
September 8th 2014
African Peacebuilding Network staff and advisory board members attended an international conference on “Society and Security in Africa” in Nairobi, Kenya, hosted by program partner the African Leadership Centre →
September 4th 2014
New at Kujenga Amani: "The Central African Republic Crisis: Neighboring Countries and the Prospects for Peace,” by Kiven James Kewir →

August 2014

August 29th 2014
The African Peacebuilding Network has published the second in its APN Working Papers series: "Just Peace: Achieving Peace, Justice, and Development in Post-conflict Africa,” by Dan Kuwali [PDF available] →
August 12th 2014
At Kujenga Amani, researcher and journalist Nicodemus Minde reflects on peace efforts in Tanzania since the advent of multiparty politics: “Democracy versus Stability: Political Reconciliation and the Government of National Unity in Zanzibar” →
August 11th 2014
The African Peacebuilding Network and partner organization the African Leadership Centre will cohost two peacebuilding in Africa conferences with Wilton Park, the first to be held in the United Kingdom in February 2015 and the second in Africa →

July 2014

July 8th 2014
The African Peacebuilding Network will cohost a conference with the Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa on “International Criminal Justice, Reconciliation and Peace in Africa: the ICC and Beyond,” in Dakar, Senegal, from July 10-12 →
July 7th 2014
The Kujenga Amani essay series on Elections & Governance continues with fresh analysis from Malawian professor Blessings Chinsinga: “The May 2014 Malawi Elections: A Democratic Success Story?” →

June 2014

June 10th 2014
Featured essay at Kujenga Amani: “Post-M23 Euphoria and the Recurrent Peace Dividends in Eastern DRC,” by Christoph Vogel →
June 5th 2014
African Peacebuilding Network fellow Cori Wielenga (2013) has published an article based on her APN-supported research in Strategic Review for Southern Africa: “Reconciliation from the Top Down? Government Institutions in South Africa, Rwanda and Burundi” →

May 2014

May 15th 2014
The African Peacebuilding Network has published the first in a series of APN Working Papers: "The Financing of International Peace Operations in Africa: A Review of Recent Research and Analyses," by Corinna Jentzsch [PDF available] →
May 8th 2014
African Peacebuilding Network director Cyril Obi contributed an article to the latest Review of African Political Economy: “Oil and the Post-Amnesty Programme (PAP): What Prospects for Sustainable Development and Peace in the Niger Delta?” →
May 7th 2014
A new Kujenga Amani feature, On the Spot, offers quick and concise expert insights into significant African peacebuilding issues, opening with a look by scholars and practitioners at the issues and implications of elections in South Africa →

April 2014

April 9th 2014
New at Kujenga Amani: Oluwatoyin O. Oluwaniyi discusses challenges and recommendations for "post-amnesty" reintegration in Nigeria's oil-rich Niger Delta region →
April 3rd 2014
Cyril Obi, director of the African Peacebuilding Network, contributed a poem, "Power on the People," to Poems for a Century: An Anthology on Nigeria, published as Nigeria marks a hundred years as a nation →

February 2014

February 26th 2014
New at Kujenga Amani: Olabanji Akinola looks at how poverty, politics, and religion have facilitated the spread of sectarian violence in Nigeria →
February 13th 2014
The African Peacebuilding Network is featured in an Inside Philanthropy piece on the role of African scholars in regional and global policymaking →
February 5th 2014
Deadline extension: applications for the African Peacebuilding Network Residential Postdoctoral Fellowships and Research Grants are now due February 7 →
February 4th 2014
New at Kujenga Amani: Angela Meyer on "The Recent Conflict in the Central African Republic: Which Way Out of the Crisis?" →

January 2014

January 24th 2014
Competitions for the African Peacebuilding Network Residential Postdoctoral Fellowships and Network Research Grants are open for one more week: applications due February 1 →