Conflict Resolution and Peace Education in Africa

Conflict Resolution and Peace Education in Africa

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Africa today suffers from too much political unrest and violent conflict. The writers whose articles appear here-scholars, practitioners, and peace advocates-present their varied knowledge of conflict and war in Africa and strategies for introducing and implementing mediation, from Sierra Leone to South Africa. This volume is a model exchange of insights and ideas in the important field of conflict resolution as applied to more

Product details

  • Hardback | 194 pages
  • 156 x 232 x 22mm | 399.16g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • 0739106694
  • 9780739106693

Review quote

...Conflict Resolution and Peace Education in Africa will surely become a useful reference tool for the peacemakers and peacebuilders of sub-Saharan Africa. The Journal Of Conflict Studies The volume is a much-needed investigation into the complexities (but also graspable realities) of conflicts in Africa and an accompanying revelation of the specifically African approaches available for resolving the continent's conflicts peacefully. African Studies Review After more than a generation of regaining their sovereignties from the respective European colonial rulers, African states' troubled journey toward unity and stability is still fraught with many bumps in the road. This timely book should be compulsory reading for all who care about Africa and its future. -- G N. Uzoigwe, Mississippi State Universityshow more

About Ernest E. Uwazie

Ernest E. Uwazie is Director of the Center for African Peace and Conflict Resolution and Professor of Criminal Justice at California State University, more

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Conflict Resolution and Peace Education in Africa: An Introduction Chapter 2 Conflict Resolution and Peace Education in Africa: Lessons and Opportunities Chapter 3 An Elusive Quest? Structural Analysis of Conflicts and Peace in Africa Chapter 4 The Economic Impact of Africa's Conflicts Chapter 5 Educated in War: The Rehabilitation of Child Soldiers in Sierra Leone Chapter 6 Safe Schools: Violence and the Struggle for Peace and Democracy in South African Education Chapter 7 Igbo Women and the Tradition of Peace: The Dynamics of Change and Continuity Chapter 8 A Critical Perspective of U.S. Policy in the Central African Region: The Case for an Early Conflict Warning System Chapter 9 Teaching and Learning about Human Rights in Post-Conflict Angola Chapter 10 Toward a Framework for a Model of Peace Education in Nigeria Chapter 11 Peaceful Conflict Resolution: A Prerequisite for Social Reconstruction in Burundi, Africa Chapter 12 Managing Political and Ethnic Diversity in Sub-Saharan Africashow more