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Boko Haram and the necessary state of emergency for transforming the intractable conflict in Nigeria

by Toyin Ajao

Toyin Ajao is a Peace and Conflict doctoral fellow and an assistant lecturer at the University of Pretoria. She is also an alumnus of the Africa Leadership Centre, King’s College London and Obafemi Awolowo University. Her research focus includes: human security, conflict transformation, citizen journalism and gender and sexual rights.

Looking Back into the Future: Civil Rights and Pan-Africanism in a “Marginalised” World

By Kafui O. Tsekpo

Kafui O. Tsekpo is a Leadership, Security and Society Fellow with the African Leadership Centre at King’s College London. He is a young African scholar whose primary research focuses on issues in African Development.

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