The study seeks to capture the impact and challenges of the six year old amnesty programme in post-conflict Niger Delta region.
Journal articlesPEACEBUILDING RIGHT TO NATURAL RESOURCES CONTROL RESOURCES EXPLOITATION COMPENSATION POLITICAL WILL CIVIL AND POLITICAL RIGHTSPublished dateSaturday, April 2, 2016 - 04:00
Journal articlesPETROLEUM INDUSTRY ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION CORRUPTION ORGANIZED CRIME PEACEBUILDING OIL INDUSTRY CRIME
Irony of Amnesty Programme : incessant oil theft and illegal bunkering in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria
The paper posits that the introduction of an amnesty programme (2009) led to reduction in militant activities in the Niger Delta but failed to impact oil theft. It examines connections between the Amnesty Programme and the upsurge of oil theft.Published dateSunday, August 2, 2015 - 04:00
Journal articlesCRUDE OIL
Upsurge of oil theft and illegal bunkering in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria : is there a way out?
Persistence of oil theft in the Niger Delta is due to enshrined and official corruption, a high level of youth unemployment, ineffective and corrupt law enforcement agencies, and collaboration with international crime syndicates.Published dateSaturday, May 2, 2015 - 04:00
Revisiting the peace-building efforts in post conflict Niger Delta, Nigeria : a case study of the Amnesty Programme
Until the root causes of conflict in the region are addressed there will not be enduring peace, security and stability in the Niger Delta environment. Armed robbery, kidnapping and crude oil theft has been the order of the day.Published dateMonday, November 2, 2015 - 05:00
Journal articlesINTERNET USE GENDER ROLES WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION FEMINISM Governance SOCIAL STRUCTURE Gender
The wide swath of political actions, including those that renegotiate gender through the appropriation of digital space, tend to be "fragments" of micro-power that do not necessarily add up to making a political agora.Published dateTuesday, January 1, 2013 - 00:00
Journal articlesCONFLICTS COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION DISASTER PREPAREDNESS Natural disasters EMERGENCY RELIEF ECONOMIC RECONSTRUCTION AID PROGRAMMES
Two communities in peri-urban Banda Aceh were observed during post-tsunami displacement, and upon return to their original villages.Published dateWednesday, January 2, 2008 - 05:00