Blue Nile: national and indigenous conflict management: competing or complementary systems?
This article discusses the conflict management systems in the Blue Nile State and the negative interaction between the national and indigenous systems. It highlights the importance of legal plurality and co-management for sustainable peace and development. The document provides valuable insights and recommendations for establishing a more effective conflict management system that includes both national and indigenous mechanisms.
This paper was originally posted by the author on ResearchGate.net.
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