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Challenges to implementing inclusive and human-centered security mechanisms for sustainable peace in Africa

By |2019-03-03T21:50:23+00:00February 28th, 2019|Categories: Publications|Tags: , |

. By William H. Arrey, Ph.D (PDF Version) In an interconnected world, security must be deemed a global public good.  In many parts of Africa, whenever security issues are at stake, military and strategic considerations take centre stage. Security is largely approached from a legitimate state’s monopoly on violence, assessing governmental stability and capacity to contain non-state armed and “terrorists” groups. The fundamental questions that inform this policy paper are: Can a national security initiative be effective and capable of facilitating sustainable peace and development processes while excluding strategic stakeholders such as women (alongside children) and youth who are mostly [...]

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