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Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP)

The NSRP Mission has two components: Our Purpose, which is to improve the value of lives in Nigeria and promote equitable development by reducing the escalation of conflicts into violence and providing solutions that promote peace. Our Values, which are hinged on integrity, inclusivity and the sanctity of human life. In practical terms, we are working with Nigerian institutions that mediate conflict to improve coordination at federal, state and local levels and to include the concerns of women, girls, youth and the marginalised.

Published Documents

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Perceptions and experiences of children associated with armed groups in northeast Nigeria
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2017
The recruitment and use of children by armed forces or armed groups is prohibited by international and regional legal instruments, to which Nigeria is a party. Recruitment and use of children in conflict is considered to be one of the...
Young women and work in Nigeria: how young women, including those with disabilities, can be supported to find employment and earn an income
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2017
While the current Nigerian government’s commitment to youth employment is evident in the investments being made  through these youth employment and empowerment programmes, this study provides further evidence that such schem...
Post Amnesty Conflict Management Framework in the Niger Delta
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2016
The general aim of the research project, The Post Amnesty Conflict Management Framework in the Niger Delta, was to ascertain how the implementation of the Presidential Amnesty Programme (PAP) which had been introduced by the Shehu Mus...
Watching us die on CNN: Report on the study of community-level conflict management mechanisms in the Niger Delta, middle belt and north east zones of Nigeria
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2012
The Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) commissioned the Community-level Conflict Management Mechanisms study (CCMM) in January 2012. The study seeks to help reduce the negative impact of violent conflict on the most...
Rural banditry and conflicts in Northern Nigeria
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2016
Ipastoralists and farmers in Nigeria have been on the rise. This social conflict has traditionally consisted of disputes over natural resources and is often presented as a conflict between settlers and nomadic people. However, what be...
Masculinities conflict and violence: Nigeria country report 2016
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2016
Differences in the way Nigerian men and women are socialised and valued – and disparities in their abilities to access power, resources and key roles in society - create an imbalance of power within relationships between the two ...
Conflict briefing notes: Conflict briefing no. 35 April 2016
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2016
There was significant improvement in the security situation in the North East of Nigeria as the military and members of the Civilian Joint Task Force (CJTF) continued to put pressure on Jamaatu Ahlis-Sunna Liddaawati Wal Jihad (JAS). ...
Conflict briefing notes: conflict briefing No.34, February 2015
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2016
There was improvement in the security situation in the North East Nigeria in March because sustained attacks by the Nigerian military and the cut-of f of food sources and fuel supply have af fected the capacity of Jamaatu Ahlis-Sunna ...
Conflict briefing notes: conflict briefing No.33, February 2015
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2016
Attacks by Jamaatu Ahlis-Sunna Liddaawati W al Jihad (JAS) persisted in February despite government and military claims that the group had been contained. Recent comments attributed to the Nigerian army command suggest that the milita...
Conflict briefing notes: conflict briefing No.32, January 2016
Nigeria Stability and Reconciliation Programme 2016
The Nigerian military sustained its attacks on locations and supply networks of the Jamaatu Ahlis-Sunna Liddaawati W al Jihad (JAS). Despite the successful counter-insurgency initiatives, JAS retained its capability to launch both sui...
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