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African Journal on Conflict Resolution

The objectives of the journal are to promote a culture of peace and stability by facilitating the exchanging of ideas and expertise within the conflict resolution community on the continent of Africa, to contribute to developing home-grown (African) methods of preventing, managing and resolving conflict on the continent and the provide a forum for information sharing, networking and learning in the field of conflict resolution. Articles of an academic nature on the theory and practice of dealing with conflict, especially in the context of Africa, are published. Envisaged readers are academic researchers, teachers and students and practitioners in the field of dealing with conflict.

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Vol 15, No 2 (2015)

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Articles

Foreword EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jannie Malan 7-8
Towards a framework for resolving the justice and reconciliation question in Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Sabelo Ndlovu-Gatsheni, Everisto Benyera 9-33
The consequences of not healing: Evidence from the Gukurahundi violence in Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Dumisani Ngwenya, Geoff Harris 35-55
Getting the past right in West Africa and beyond: Challenging structures through addressing gender-based violence in mediation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Elisa Tarnaala 57-80
The International Criminal Court and conflict transformation in Uganda: Views from the field EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Linus Nnabuike Malu 81-103
Book Review: The nature of intractable conflict: Resolution in the twenty-first century EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Stephanie de Freitas 105-109


African Journal on Conflict Resolution.   ISSN: 1562-6997