Insurgency and the Invisible Displaced Population in Nigeria: A Situational Analysis
Using the vulnerability theory, this article appraises the effects of the neglect of internally displaced persons (IDPs) due to the interpretation of the concept of internal displacement among national humanitarian stakeholders in Nigeria. Interviews and focus group discussions were employed for data collection in three selected informal IDP settlements, while data were analyzed using the...
Published at Sage Open
Published in 2019
3. Faith Olanrewaju, Adekunle Olanrewaju, Femi Omotoso, Joshua Alabi, Emmanuel Amoo, Ejiroghene Loromeke & Lady Ajayi
AJAYI Lady Adaina » Lady Adaina Ajayi (nee Yartey) is a faculty and researcher in the Department of Political Science and International Relations at Covenant University, Nigeria. She earned her doctoral degree in International Relations with a focus on the effectiveness of homegrown versus transplanted human rights regimes in protecting women's rights. Specifically, her work examined the impact of the Violence... view full profile
Post-Conflict Peace- Building in SoremekunKayode, Folarin Sheriff, Gberevbie Daniel &Duruji Moses (eds) Readings in Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution.