Analysis and Reports

Partners for Peace Network Quarterly Update (July-September 2016)

Partners for Peace (P4P) is a Network whose mission is to build social capital around peacebuilding through amplifying the voices of positive actors, building a network of self-identified agents of peace, and leveraging that network through facilitation, small grants, and capacity building. P4P’s vision is dedicated to promoting sustainable peaceable livelihoods in the Niger Delta through voices, action, and network.

Video Tutorial: How to Use the Peace Map

View the video to learn how to register your organization as a Peace Agent on the map, reduce duplicates in incidents and fatalities for a trend analysis, and compare States or LGAs by conflict risk per capita. This tool is an innovative use of technology to integrate data from many different sources to better link early warning with response.

Conflict Bulletins, Memos, and Trackers

Using the P4P Peace Building Map, these bulletins draw on data from FFP's UNLocK, Nigeria Watch, ACLED, CFR's Nigeria Security Tracker, WANEP, CSS/ETH Zurich, and Action on Armed Violence/National Working Group on Armed Violence.

Niger Delta Monthly Trackers

Partners for Peace Network - Quarterly Update (April-June 2016)

Partners for Peace (P4P) is a Network whose mission is to build social capital around peacebuilding through amplifying the voices of positive actors, building a network of self-identified agents of peace, and leveraging that network through facilitation, small grants, and capacity building. P4P’s vision is dedicated to promoting sustainable peaceable livelihoods in the Niger Delta through voices, action, and network.

New Wave of Militancy in the Niger Delta

After the 2015 Presidential elections which saw a peaceful transition of power from incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan to General Mohammadu Buhari, many observers have rightfly expressed optimism for the future of Africa’s biggest economy. There is much to be optimistic about. For one, the Boko Haram counter-insurgency campaign has marked significant successes in the Northeast over the last year. However, by contrast in the Niger Delta region, communal, criminal, and election-related violence have been steadily rising.

Preventing and Responding to Election Violence -- ND PSWG Communique

Niger Delta Peace & Security Working Group Communique

Forum on Stakeholder Responsibilities during the 2015 Elections

Issued: January 27, 2015

P4P Imo Chapter Recognized

On 18 June, 2014, the Imo State Chapter of the Partners for Peace Network was recognized by the State Government's Peace and Conflict Resolution Bureau as a member of the Imo State Coalition of Peace Advocates. The coalition is made up of a wide group of mediators and peace advocates working to promote sustainable peace in Imo.

Niger Delta Development Forum Summary Report

On November 26-27, stakeholders from the private and public sectors came together to discuss innovated approaches to promoting micro, small, and medium enterprises in the Niger Delta. Please click below to read the summary report.

Participatory Conflict Assessments

All nine P4P Niger Delta state chapters have begun their participatory conflict assessments which will directly inform their 2014 plans for conflict mitigation. During these workshops, participants analyze the existing quantitative data on patterns and trends in order to decide on a priority LGA for their intervention.

Conflict Patterns and Trends 2013

Drawing on data from the Peace Building Map here are some trends and patterns through 2013. Click on the PDF for trend-lines in the Middle Belt and the North.

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