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Voters Sensitization/Education of IDPs in Adamawa State. Read
Visiting Scholar Speaks On China Urbanization and Development. Read
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Strategic Consultation on Post-conflict Peace Building in the North East. Read
The Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution (IPCR) Abuja in collaboration with The United Nations Children Funds (UNICEF). Read
Strategic Stakeholders’ Consultative Forum on the National Peace Policy (NPP). Read
National Peace Dinner for Peaceful 2015 general elections. Read
National Workshop of Stakeholders of Peace Research and Conflict Resolution. Read
Prof. Oshita calls for network of stakeholders on election conflict management. Read
Director General gets an award. Read
IPCR, Humanitarian Groups, Brainstorm At PSWG Meeting. Read
Peace and Security Forum Review UN Security Council Reforms. Read
IPCR Hosts Round-table on Power Projection and Influence in Africa. Read
IPCR to promote peace through the arts

Director General Attends the first International Day for the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons

IPCR organises research methodology training for its research staff.

IPCR Sports club organises aerobics for staff
PSF to develop Peace messages for peaceful 2015 elections

FR. Lapsley Addresses IPCR Staff on Healing of Memories

Chinese Ambassador in Nigeria pledges support for IPCR programmes

An in-house roundtable on Self determination: SADR Experience.
IPCR test-run's Election Conflict Monitoring System

The 2015 General elections must be peaceful, Prof. Oshita.

Salem University Students Visit IPCR

IPCR Inaugurates standing committees

IPCR-UNDP Interfaith Dialogue for Peace and Security in Nigeria.
Peace committee, a moral force to electoral act

IPCR Organises One-Day National Workshop on Trans-national Crimes

IPCR-UFUK Dialogue Foundation hosted international conference on Love and Tolerance

Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution to partner with National Orientation Agency

The recent xenophobic attacks on Nigerians and other Africans in South Africa.  Read

Communique of the 2nd National Workshop of Stakeholders of Peace Research and Conflict Resolution held on 18th March, 2015. Read

Statement on the March 28, 2015 Presidential /National Assembley Elections. Read

Peace Institute Calls for Repeat of Peaceful Atmosphere during Guber Polls. Read

Oshita: IPCR Should be Well-funded to Prevent Terror. Read

Conflict Resolution remembers Durumi IDPs. Read
Statements and Communique
Past events

University of Reading Scholar Presents Paper On Insecurity in Nigeria. Read
Reports/Newspaper articles
(c) Institute for Peace and  Conflict Resolution, 2014
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Director General receives award. Read
Sporting activities
National Peace-Building Outreach Solicits IPCR Support On Stakeholders Conference. Read
Afe Babalola University Students Visit IPCR. Read
IPCR Organises Capacity Building Programme for Ambassadors for Peace. Read
IPCR Hosts Stakeholders Review on 2015 General Elections. Read

Prof. Oshita Joins African Scholars At China’s Conference. Read
DG, IPCR bags honorary Fellowship of the SPSP. Read
IPCR marks 2015 UN International Peace day. Read
The Director General with the Africa Regional Director of Ford Foundation, Mr. Innocent Chukwuma
Mediation Skills Accreditation & Certification Training Program. Download
The DG of IPCR being received in NYC by the Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the UN, Ambassador Professor U. Joy Ogwu in her Office. The DG is attending the UN First Committee Meeting on Disarmament, Peace and Security

IPCR and CIVIL SOCIETY LEGISLATIVE ADVOCACY CENTRE (CISLAC) held a Technical Working Group Meeting on Strategies and Action Plan for Combating Current and Emerging Security Threats in the FCT, Abuja.
DG, IPCR with former OAU Secretary General, Dr. Salim Ahmed Salim at the 2015 UNGA
DG, IPCR with the Nigerian Delegation  during a Session of the First Committee led by the Ambassador/Permanent Representative of Nigeria  to Vienna, Austria, H.E Abel Adelakun Ayoko
Institiute for Peace and Conflict Resolution remembers Durumi IDPs. Read