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Responding to a Food Crisis and Insecurity: Northeast Nigerian Possibilities

Join us for a conversation with our Program Coordinator Jared Miller and others on the Nigerian crisis.

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Monthly Early Warning Bulletin

The Early Warning Bulletin is an in-depth monthly analysis of issues with implications for peace and human security in Nigeria.

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From Screenings to Schooling

For farmers and herders in the community of Agbashi, Nigeria, violent conflict had become dangerously common — until a movie changed their world.

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Religious Leaders Convene for the Protection of Holy Sites in Nigeria

On June 12-13, more than 50 religious leaders from the Nigerian Christian and Muslim communities met at our event in Abuja.

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The Nigerian Activist Who Leads Youth Efforts Against Violent Extremism

Nigerian activist Lawal is empowering young people to play an important role in the battle against violent extremism.

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NEW White Papers & Policy Reports

Past is Prologue: Criminality & Reprisal Attacks in Nigeria’s Middle Belt Communities in Central Nigeria are locked in a worsening cycle of violence between largely Christian farming communities and predominantly Muslim pastoralists, most of whom are ethnic Fulani. 24 out of 36 states (67%) and Abuja-Federal Capital Territory […]

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Past is Prologue: Criminality & Reprisal Attacks in Nigeria’s Middle Belt

Communities in Central Nigeria are locked in a worsening cycle of violence between largely Christian farming communities and predominantly Muslim pastoralists, most of whom are ethnic Fulani. 24 out of 36 states (67%) and Abuja-Federal Capital Territory (FCT) have witnessed inter-communal violence in the last five years and […]