Peace and Security Census, January 2017

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The Peace and Security Census is the West Africa Network for Peacebuilding(WANEP)’s highlights of the major human security threats recorded in West Africa in a particular month via a graphical lens based on data from its National Early Warning Systems (NEWS). The incidences captured in this report are those considered by WANEP as major threats with implications for human security in the region and as such, does not capture a comprehensive computation of all incidences that occurred in each country. The principle of proportionality is applied in this brief; hence the threats in each country have relative impact on the population size.

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Policy Brief on The Gambia: - Managing President Yahya Jammeh's Exit: “From Consolidated Autocracy to Consolidated Democracy”?

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Policy Brief on The Gambia: - DECEMBER 1 ELECTIONS IN THE GAMBIA: RUMORS, REALITIES AND RESPONSES

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Policy Brief on The Gambia: - PRONOUNCEMENT OF THE GAMBIA AS AN ISLAMIC STATE: PERCEPTIONS AND REALITIES

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