ACPR

African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review

Vol. 1, No. 2, Fall 2011
Special Issue on West African Research Association Peace Initiative Conference in Dakar (2009)

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
Peacemaking in West Africa: Historical Methods and Modern Applications (pp. 1-5)
I. William Zartman

ARTICLES

Mediation with a Traditional Flavor in the Fodome Chieftaincy and Communal Conflicts (pp. 6-33)
Ken Ahorsu, Robert Ame

Local Stakeholder Empowerment in the Bagam/Bamenyam Conflict in Cameroon(pp. 34-49)
Tanto Richard Ndi

Regulatory Societies, Peacebuilding, and Maintenance in the Cross River Region of Nigeria and Cameroon(pp. 50-73)
Henry Kam Kah

Exploiting the Tiv Traditional Methods of Conflict Resolution in North-Central Nigeria (pp. 74-103)
Moses T. Aluaigba

Peacebuilding Mechanisms in Akwa Ibom State Oil-Bearing Communities in Nigeria (pp. 104-119)
David Udofia

Peacemaking and Proverbs in Urhobo and Yoruba Marital Conflicts: Guest Editor’s Note (pp. 120-121)
I. William Zartman

Peacemaking and Proverbs in Urhobo and Yoruba Marital Conflicts: Part 1 (pp. 122-135)
Felicia Ohwovoriole

Peacemaking and Proverbs in Urhobo and Yoruba Marital Conflicts: Part 2 (pp. 136-152)
Oluwaseun Foluso Phillips

Ripe or Rotting: Civil Society in the Casamance Conflict (pp. 153-172)
Kim Mahling Clark

Traditional Communication and Compensation in the Avian Influenza Crisis Management (pp. 173-182)
Ogu Sunny Enemaku

Adapting Traditional Peacemaking Principles to Contemporary Conflicts: The ECOWAS Conflict Prevention Framework (pp. 183-204)
Kehinde A. Bolaji