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Warfare, not climate, is driving resurgent hunger in Africa

A new study finds that while droughts routinely cause food insecurity in Africa, their contribution to hunger has remained steady…

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Sudan peace archive

The World Peace Foundation’s Sudan Peace Archive attempts to capture the documents that emerged from the work of the African Union…

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March 31, 2021 | John George Hansen
Decolonizing Indigenous Restorative Justice is Possible

This paper looks at Indigenous restorative justice in relation to decolonization. It examines the idea that Indigenous people are moving…

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March 21, 2021
Pastoralism and Conflict in the Sudano-Sahel: A Review of the Literature

This review draws on several hundred sources to synthesize the major points of consensus and divergence in the existing literature and identify relevant research gaps. This anal-ysis presents data from across Sudano-Sahelian West and Central Africa, to link comparable findings that are often presented in isolation.

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February 18, 2021 | Mahmoud El Zain
The Political Potential of Displacement to Urban Areas: How Has the “Ethnicdiscourse” Transformed the Culturally Polarized Milieu in the Sudan?

Using the events of recent decades in the Sudan, this paper argues that localised as well as regional mass population…

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February 18, 2021 | Agnès de Geoffroy
From Internal to International Displacement in Sudan

In the field of forced migration and refugees studies, forced internal displacement cannot be excluded as an area of interest….

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