Children in a camp for displaced people in adamawa state, north-east nigeria 2015 photo: united nations in north-east nigeria, as well as in neighbouring countries, jama’atu ahlis sunna lidda’awati wal-jihad, commonly known as boko haram, intensified attacks on civilians, including through suicide bombings and ground attacks. Many of the armed groups claim to support impoverished local communities and say the oil belongs to the delta people in the first place oil tankers stolen the niger delta is awash with weapons, prof george frynas, a specialist in nigeria's oil industry, told the bbc's world today programme. Armed conflict 61 dysfunctional conflict: this is reflected in its characteristics it involves destruction and loss of lives, properties, investment opportunities, hunger and starvation, diseases, insecurity, lack of legitimate law and order and when it leads to violence, wars, mass strike, massacres and other forms of disruption follows. Although the example of violent riots during the 2007–2008 global food price crisis shows that (external) food price shocks can fuel civil conflict, the effects of the recent escalation of violence in the northeast of nigeria is an example of the flip side: civil conflict aggravating food and nutrition insecurity. Armed conflict between the government of a state and one or more internal opposition group(s) with intervention from others states (secondary parties) on one or both sides international peace research institute, oslo (prio).
Nancy annan is a researcher with the conflict, peace and security programme at the faculty of academic affairs and research (faar), the kofi annan international peacekeeping training centre (kaiptc) accra, ghana ms annan holds a bachelor’s degree in social work with psychology and a master of . The conflict in plateau state is economic and ethnic with a religious dimension with good governance, these differences could be managed but, as elsewhere in nigeria, residents accuse local and state government personalities of fanning identity-based divisions to advance their own political agendas. Children, broadly defined as all persons under the age of 18, are some of the most vulnerable to the effects of terrorist activities, armed conflict, internal strife or situations of militarized .
The impact of armed conflict on children in nigeria and beyond categories: news / no comments posted on: april 20, 2015 it’s been a year since the abduction of more than 200 schoolgirls by boko haram in chibok, northeast nigeria. Ecowas and the cases of guinea and guinea-bissau dr gilles olakounlé yabi the role of ecowas in managing political crisis and conflict: the cases of guinea. Democratization and the military in nigeria: a case for an democratization and the military are theory has been mired in an unresolved conflict between two . Overwhelming economic costs of conflict and benefits of peace to a variety of sectors, as well as to state governments and nigeria as a whole1 mercy corps also acknowledges that society incurs enormous social, 1 in actuality, both conflict and peace produce economic costs and benefits.
Within nigeria, the christian, southern focus of much of the domestic press impacts on the way the crisis is often framed the grievances of many herdsmen who have often been attacked themselves by farming communities, armed vigilantes, and criminal groups, are often not reflected in any coverage. This part of the globalissuesorg web site introduces some of the problems in nigeria due to oil or exacerbates conflict an amnesty for armed militants in . That poor distribution of wealth has also sparked conflict in nigeria's oil-rich southern delta region, where militants lobbying for a greater share of oil revenue .
Civil conflict has been known to leave people with little or no time to practice farming hence causing food shortages countries with large defense industries have been known to make tidy profits from armed conflicts across the world the united states of america accounted for 41% of total arms sold between 2001 and 2008, totaling $1548 billion. The focus of this paper is to critically examine the phenomenon of conflict and political instability in nigeria it observes that the occurrence of conflicts in any society could escalate and becomes more violent, leading to wanton destruction of lives and properties. The exhibition puts the spotlight on what has always been at the heart of our work over the last 30 years – the voices of people who have been affected by armed conflict or violence, said eloi fillion, the icrc head of delegation in nigeria.
Conflict theoretical perspective was adopted for the study in order to determine the problem at hand it was discovered that political violence as brought a lot conflicts in nigeria among ethnics, nations, religions and. Nigeria was the world's tenth largest oil exporter the abundant oil reserves resulted in widespread exploitation the abundant oil reserves resulted in widespread exploitation the niger delta region encompasses about 8% of nigeria's landmass and is the largest wetlands region on the african continent. Using responses from interviews conducted with women who have experienced the most recent conflict in the capital city of jos in nigeria, we argue that there is a wide range of ways in which women are affected by armed conflict.