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Participants at a one day workshop on Climate Change Remediation, Peacebuilding Advocacy and Sensitization in Kwara State border communities co-hosted by Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution and Kwara State Government in collaboration with National Orientation Agency, Nigeria. #capacitybuilding ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us Live by 2 PM on December 6th, 2021 for an eventful edition of IPCR Media Chat on Peace.Guest: Ben Priest (Reggae Artist and Peace Advocate)#takeresponsibilitynaija #ceasefirenaija#ipcrpeacechat ... See MoreSee Less
Our History, Mission & Vision

History

The Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution(IPCR) was established in February, 2000. The Institute is under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and is primarily a research centre, a think-tank and an agency to strengthen Nigeria’s capacity for the promotion of peace and conflict prevention, management and resolution.

Mission

IPCR is committed to providing Africa with policy options based on result-oriented research while building capacities and intervening in conflicts spots to enable Africa emerge as a secure, peaceful and democratic continent where the principles of the rule of law and human dignity are respected.

Vision

To be Africa’s hub for Policy-relevant Research and Capacity building in Peace and Conflict Management Strategies and Interventions.

Our Strategic sectoral vision

Research

To be the leading Research and Intellectual Centre of excellence in peace research and conflict analysis in Africa

Policy

To be leading policy adviser in Africa on peace, security and democratic values to relevant bodies

Capacity Building

To be the Trainer of first-choice in Africa, on peace and conflict management.

Intervention

To become a Global Intervention Agency in conflict situations.