Kenya's youth unemployment rate stands at 65%, among the highest in the world. OSI New African Voices Scholar Margaret Wamuyu Muthee explains why Kenya must either find a solution before its 2012 elections fast-approaching or risk renewed violence.
Climate change adaptation and its relationship to the mitigation or prevention of conflict and supporting resilient societies in fragile or conflict-prone areas have received minimal scholarly or political attention. Yet, climate change remains one of the most important factors in the changing landscape of Africa today.
Report on the First Workshop on Negotiation Skills and the Resolution of Conflict with Members of the Joint Cease-fire Commission of Burundi
English and French; February, 2004
Wilson Center Africa Policy Scholar Patricia Kameri-Mbote discusses environmental and security hazards in Africa's Great Lakes region and opportunities for environmental peacemaking.
With Eric Bjornlund, former Wilson Center Fellow and author of Beyond Free And Fair: Monitoring Elections And Building Democracy
Presentations made at a conference held at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on May 18, 2007.