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|The fourth European Conference on the Social Sciences (ECSS), Brighton, United Kingdom. |
Peace without Justice? The dilemma of conflict deconstruction in post-amnesty Niger Delta.
|Start: Thursday 7th July, 2016|
End: Sunday 10th July, 2016
|British International Studies Association (BISA) Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group Annual Conference. University of Leeds, United Kingdom|
Beyond the Amnesty: State (in)security practices and the everyday lived experiences of the Niger Delta people of Nigeria.
|Start: Wednesday 5th September, 2018|
End: Thursday 6th September, 2018
|British International Studies Association (BISA) Critical Studies on Terrorism Working Group Annual Conference. Newcastle, United Kingdom|
Boko Haram and the War on Terror in Nigeria: What should the Government do next?
|Start: Monday 4th September, 2017|
End: Tuesday 5th September, 2017
|Nordic Africa Days (NAD) 2018 Conference, Uppsala, Sweden|
Everyday security perception and practices in post-amnesty Niger Delta, Nigeria.
|Start: Wednesday 19th September, 2018|
End: Friday 21st September, 2018
|Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) event on the future of Foreign Policy: spotlight on combatting the illegal wildlife trade, girls education and soft power. Wilton Park, West Sussex, United Kingdom |
Youth Agency and Nigerian Foreign Policy
|Start: Friday 16th March, 2018|
End: Sunday 18th March, 2018