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AFRICA PEACE AND CONFLICT JOURNAL
AFRICA
PROGRAMME
EDUCATION
FOR PEACE
VOLUME 3 NUMBER 2 DECEMBER 2010
• Integrating Principles and Practices of Customary Law, Conflict Transformation, and Restorative Justice in Somaliland
Barry Hart and Muhyadin Saed
• Beyond the Ethno-Religious Theory of the Jos Conflict
Simeon H. O. Alozieuwa
• Oil, Politics, and Conflict in the Niger Delta: A Nonkilling Analysis Fidelis Allen and Ufo Okeke-Uzodike
• Gaps in the Eastern Congo Peacebuilding Process: The Role of Peace Education and Local Tensions
Pyana Mwamba Symphorien
• Rediscovering Indigenous Peacebuilding Techniques: The Way to Lasting Peace? Karolina Werner
• Violence as a Bargaining Tool: The Role of Youths in the 2007 Kenyan Elections Edwin Barasa Mang’eni
• Darfur, Grand Conflict: Inter-Communal Rift and Grass-root Initiatives for Reconciliation Khalid Ali El Amin
AFRICA PEACE AND
CONFLICT JOURNAL
Executive Editor
Amr Abdalla, University for Peace, Vice Rector
Managing Editor
Tony Karbo, University for Peace Africa
Programme, Senior Programme Officer and
Associate Professor
Assistant Managing Editor
Catherine Nelson
EDITORIAL BOARD
Amr Abdalla, University for Peace
Bertha Kadenyi Amisi, Syracuse University
Hizkias Assefa, Eastern Mennonite University
Elham Atashi, Goucher College
Johannes Botes, University of Baltimore
Benjamin Broome, Arizona State University
Jean-Bosco Butera, University for Peace
Kevin Clements, University of Queensland
Alyson Frendak, George Mason University
Rachel Goldwyn, CARE International UK
Michelo Hansungule, University of Pretoria
Geoff Harris, University of KwaZulu-Natal
Monica Kathina Juma, Kenyan Ambassador to the
African Union and Ethiopia
Tony Karbo, University for Peace
Mary E. King, University for Peace
Marion Keim Lees, University of Western Cape
Gilbert Khadiagala, University of the
Witwatersrand
Terrence Lyons, George Mason University
Pamela Machakanja, Africa University
Guy Martin,Winston-Salem State University
Erin McCandless, Journal of Peacebuilding and
Development
Christopher Mitchell, George Mason University
Tim Murithi, Institute for Security Studies,
Addis Ababa
Susan Allen Nan, George Mason University
Edith Natukunda, Makerere University
Sulayman Nyang, Howard University
Martin Rupiya, Office of the Prime Minister,
Zimbabwe
Mary Hope Schoewbel, United States Institute
of Peace
Craig Zelizer, Georgetown University
ISSN 1659–3944
Copyright ©2010 University for Peace
The mission of the University for Peace is to provide humanity with an international institution of higher education for peace with the aim of promoting among all human beings a spirit of understanding, tolerance, and peaceful coexistence, to stimulate cooperation among peoples, and to help lessen obstacles and threats to world peace and progress in keeping with the noble aspirations proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations.

—Charter of the University for Peace, Article 2, approved by the UN General Assembly in Resolution A/RES/35/55
University for Peace Africa Programme
PO Box 2794, Code 1250 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Tel: +251-11-6180991 Fax: +251-11-6180993 www.apcj.upeace.org Jean-Bosco Butera, Director
Tony Karbo, Senior Programme Officer
Elias Cheboud, Research Coordinator
Tsion Abebe, Programme Officer
Publication of the Africa Peace and Conflict Journal is made possible by the financial assistance of IDRC.
Golda Keng, Programme Officer
Twodros Assefa, Logistics Officer
Rahel Getachew, Administrative and
Finance Officer
AFRICA PEACE AND
CONFLICT JOURNAL
Guidelines for Contributors
The APCJ is a refereed journal with a panel of international editorial advisors and readers. All articles are anonymously peer reviewed by at least two referees.We welcome the following types of contributions year round and will periodically issue calls for papers on specific topics: Articles and case analysis—critical case studies or thematic discussion and...
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