Responses to Conflicts between Farmers and Herders in the Middle Belt of Nigeria

Publisher:
Search for Common Ground
Publication Date:
30 January 2018
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MAPPING PAST EFFORTS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR VIOLENCE PREVENTION This policy brief is a product of the Forum on Farmer and Herder Relations in Nigeria (FFARN). FFARN is a network of academics and practitioners from governmental and non-governmental institutions who work on peace and conflict/security issues in Nigeria and who have experience responding to farmer-herder conflict at sub-national, national, and/or regional levels. FFARN provides a monthly platform for interdisciplinary exchange and joint identification of areas for additional research and practice to generate strong evidence for multilevel policy influence on farmer-herder conflict in Nigeria.

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