In this video, Professor Hussein Solomon, Senior Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of the Free State, South Africa states that Nigeria's counterterrorism efforts have been unsuccessful because policymakers fail to acknowledge that elite corruption and the exclusionary character of the state are the underlying causes of the violence
This report from the GIZ Center for Cooperation with the Private Sector outlines the strategic role that Corporate Social Responsbility can play in Africa's cumulative development.
This report by Joshua Gogo offers a strategy and set of recommendations aimed at minimizing infrastructure vandalism and the incidence of oil theft in the Niger Delta
In this paper, Okechukwu Ibeanu explains the present and future threats to energy infrastructure in Bayelsa, Delta and Rivers States in Nigeria.
This paper identifies and evaluates the efforts by the federal and state governments, oil companies and non-governmental organizations towards ending the violence in the Niger Delta.
This report from the U.S. Institute of Peace provides a summary of the roundtable discussion on the vulnerability of energy infrastructure in the Niger Delta.
Examining the Vulnerability of Energy Infrastructure & Political Economy of Violence in the Niger Delta in the Post Amnesty Environment
This report from the U.S. Institute of Peace provides a summary of the discussions and key themes examined during a roundtable discussion on the vulnerability of energy infrastructure in the Niger Delta region.
Corporate and Community Engagement in the Niger Delta: Lessons Learned from Chevron Nigeria Limited’s GMOU Process
In a report from the Consensus Building Institute, Merrick Hoben and co-authors seek to draw lessons from a large-scale and ongoing community engagement process involving Chevron Nigeria Ltd. and hundreds of communities impacted by its onshore operations in the Niger Delta.
In this paper from Oxford and Universidade Nova de Lisboa, the authors investigate how the effects of a voter campaign are transmitted through Nigerian society.