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Democracy, Elections and Stability in Post War States. Proceedings of National Consultative Meeting on Peaceful Elections in Sierra Leone: A Publication

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Quarterly Highlights: January - March, 2012

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INTRODUCTION
This report highlights WANEP's work and contribution to peace and security stability across West Africa in the first quarter of 2012. In line with its operating principles and structure, the national networks continue to mobilize its memberships and engage communities and national actors at all levels especially in promoting dialogue and mediation as a veritable instrument for resolving conflicts. The regional secretariat remains strategic in its provision of technical support to the national networks and the linkages to the global peace agenda.
In the quarter under review, WANEP noted the increase in peace and security challenges in the sub region as underscored in the overview of peace and security and recognize the support of our partners including ECOWAS and the Africa Union as we strive to make our contribution to reinforcing the Africa Peace and Security Architecture (APSA).

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RAPPORT: - « CONCERTATION NATIONALE POUR UNE GESTION APAISEE DES CONFLITS ELECTORAUX » les 28 et 29 juillet 2011

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Quarterly Highlights: April - June, 2011

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Highlights of Peace and Security in West Africa

Like the first quarter of 2011, the second quarter was marked by election-related issues. In Nigeria, the general presidential and gubernatorial elections were organized. The elections were regarded as one of the most credible elections in the political annals of the country despite uncertainties about the credibility of the elections. However, the announcement of the presidential elections was marred by an outbreak of violence mainly in the northern part of the country.

The quarter also witnessed an increase in the activities of the Boko Haram group with bombings of government institutions and killings of government security operatives as well as civilians especially in Borno and Bauchi State. The peace process in Jos also suffered a setback with renewed violence. There were reported cases of agro-pastoral conflicts between Fulani cattle herdsmen and indigenous farmers at Guma Local Government Council of Benue State where 40 persons were reported dead and farmlands/crops destroyed.

In Cote d’ivoire, the political stalemate finally ended with the capture of Laurant Gbagbo after a violent confrontation that left score of people dead. The internationally recognized winner of the Ivorian elections, Allassan Dramane Ouattara was finally sworn into office marking the end of a civil war that threatened to engulf the West African region......

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RAPPORT: - CONSULTATION SUR LE « GUIDE PRATIQUE » DE REPONSES AUX CONFLITS ELECTORAUX EN AFRIQUE DE L’OUEST. les 9 et 10 juin 2011

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