This policy brief presents strengths and weaknesses of state and traditional land justice institutions in relation to access, costs and speed in concluding the process of resolving land cases.
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
Using Social Networking Analysis (SNA) and case studies from Cape Town in abalone trafficking, protection racketeering, and drug trafficking, the presentation analyses criminal enterprise in terms of organised crime that identifies and assumes a pPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
The presentation reviews criminal markets and networks in Dakar from the policing point of view, and media and public opinion.Published dateWednesday, January 2, 2013 - 05:00
Current perceptions of organised crime are too rigid and narrow. Organised crime should be re-defined to comprise a set of core activities which should encompass the ancillary acts of those who assist core actors.Published date2014