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Indigenous mechanisms in conflict management

Rose Masese

Indigenous mechanisms in conflict management

the case of Arabuko Sokoke Forest and Shimba Hills National Reserve

by Rose Masese

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Published by Forest Action Network in Nairobi, Kenya .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve (Kenya),
  • Shimba Hills National Reserve (Kenya),
  • Kenya,
  • Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve,
  • Shimba Hills National Reserve
    • Subjects:
    • Forest management -- Kenya -- Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve -- Citizen participation.,
    • Forest management -- Kenya -- Shimba Hills National Reserve -- Citizen participation.,
    • Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve (Kenya) -- Management -- Citizen participation.,
    • Shimba Hills National Reserve (Kenya) -- Management -- Citizen participation.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 25).

      Statementstudy by Rose Masese ; edited by Praxedis Kituyi.
      ContributionsKituyi, Praxedis.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD664.K4 M37 2001
      The Physical Object
      Pagination25 p. :
      Number of Pages25
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3986052M
      LC Control Number2001314707

      The mechanisms used in managing the conflict have been wanting or inadequate as the conflicts keep recurring. It is on this backdrop that this study aimed at evaluating the Abakuria indigenous mechanisms used in managing intra-ethnic conflict. The study employed descriptive survey, ethnography and explanatory research designs. Unit The difference between Conflict and Violence 15 Unit What conflicts can do 17 Module Three: Conflict Analysis 19 Unit Introduction to Conflict analysis 19 Unit Levels of Conflict Escalation 20 Unit Tools for analysing Political Conflicts 21 Module Four: Intervention in a political Conflict. 25 Unit Criteria for.

        This book convincingly stimulates a wider and deeper engagement with indigenous conflict management strategies in a world that has blinded many to the potency of non-Western traditions of conflict resolution, reconciliation, and s: 1.   Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives is offered as a global compendium on indigenous conflict management strategies. It presents diverse perspectives on the subject. Fully aware of the tendency in the literature to over-generalize, over-romanticize, and over-criticize the localized and customary mechanisms, the book Reviews: 1.

      indigenous conflict resolution mechanism and practically use in the daily life. The design of the research, source of data, sample of the population and sampling techniques, instruments and procedures of data collection, and method of data analysis are stated hereunder. Therefore, the research design was a . The main objective of this study was to examine the role of Indigenous conflict resolution mechanisms in the pastoral community for social solidarity in Shineli Woreda, which is found in Somali regional State. A qualitative research design was employed under which, Focus group discussion, semi-structured interview and observations were conducted and the data was analyzed qualitatively.


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Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: Global Perspectives is offered as a global compendium on indigenous conflict management strategies. It presents diverse perspectives on the subject. Fully aware of the tendency in the literature to over-generalize, over-romanticize, and over-criticize the localized and customary mechanisms, the book.

indigenous conflict management and resolution mechanisms in pastoral areas of Ethiopia. Moreover, the review documents the types, impacts, trends and triggering factors of rangeland resource conflicts.

Hopefully, the study will act as a reference for policy makers, researchers, education, and development. Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies: and over-criticize the localized and customary mechanisms, the book takes a slightly different approach.

It presents a variety of traditional conflict management approaches as well as several cases of the successful integration of the indigenous and Western strategies in the contemporary period.

Currently researches in the area of conflict resolution have started to give much attention for alternative dispute management strategies such as Indigenous Conflict Resolution Mechanisms (ICRM). ICRMs are Indigenous mechanisms in conflict management book found effective in resolving violent and hidden conflicts, restoration of disputants' relationships, preventing future revenge.

study aimed at evaluating the Abakuria indigenous mechanisms used in managing intra-ethnic conflict. The study employed descriptive survey, ethnography and explanatory research designs. The target population for the study comprising of members of the indigenous conflict management systems, members of provincial administration, local andCited by: 2.

In this regard, among the many indigenous conflict resolution mechanisms exercised widely throughout the country, the Geda Conflict Resolution Mechanism, which has been practiced by Oromo people for long to settle down conflicts and is still playing a role is the one.

Teressa CheranaIndigenous Mechanisms of Conflict Resolution among the Soddo Oromo with Particular Emphasis on Guma and Wada Practice s.M.A Thesis, Haramaya University.

TsegaEndalew. The findings further showed that the role and participation of women in the indigenous conflict management mechanisms is low and insignificant in Tigray. In indigenous system, women play an indirect role in Amhara and Tigray.

Indigenous conflict management and resolution mechanisms use local actors and traditional community-based judicial and legal decision-making mechanisms to manage and resolve conflicts within or between communities.

Local mechanisms aim to resolve conflicts without resorting to state-run judicial systems, police, or other external structures. Herb" to the All-Africa Conference on African Principles of Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation which was held from the 8th until the 12th of November in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

He is in this paper concerned with integrating indigenous approaches with national and international mechanisms for conflict resolution and reconciliation. resolving violent conflict. Indigenous conflict resolution mechanisms in Ethiopia are one of the conflict management mechanisms to resolve intra and inter-ethnic conflict, both at state and local government level (FDRE, ).

Even if indigenous conflict resolution mechanism differs from society to society, from region to. The desired end result of indigenous conflict resolution mechanisms is a sense of harmony, solidarity and shared dialogue among conflicting parties not punishment.

and review of books. According to the findings of CHF International (), indigenous conflict management and resolution mechanisms remain widely preferred and utilized in the study area. Therefore this study was initiated to explore the nature, types, underlying causes and consequences of conflict.

Indigenous Conflict Resolution Mechanisms in Africa: Lessons Drawn for Nigeria Paul O. Bello1 and Adewale. Olutola2 Abstract: This article examines the efficacy of indigenous conflict resolution mechanisms in grappling with myriad of conflicts that have ravaged the continent of Africa, and draws out lessons for the Nigerian State.

Indigenous Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Africa: A Study of the Barolong People of the North-West Province, South Africa Journal of Law and Judicial System V1 I1 12 AFRICAN INDIGENOUS APPROACHES TO CONFLICT RESOLUTION: THE CASE OF THE BAROLONG PEOPLE.

This study was conducted in Dollo Ado District with main objective of identifying the causes of conflict and the characteristic of the indigenous conflict resolution mechanism among Degodia clan of Dollo Ado district.

As such, it is aimed to explore the source of conflict within the Degodia clan, identify the means of conflict resolution, its challenge as well as relation with modern institution. Buy Indigenous Conflict Management Strategies Books online at best prices in India by Akanmu G. Adebayo,Brandon D.

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This paper examines the interface between indigenous knowledge and conflict management, particularly the relevance of local dispute-resolution mechanisms for community forestry. First we present some "working assumptions" about communities and conflict which help.

Neuware - This manuscript focus on an intensive case study on one of the most known indigenous conflict resolution mechanism in North East Ethiopia called the Abegar System. Currently researches in the area of conflict resolution have started to give much attention for alternative dispute management strategies such as Indigenous Conflict.

The idea of African-led solutions to African security problems has emerged as a holistic political, socio-cultural, economic, and intellectual endeavor to address the peace and security challenges in the continent.

Though the term African Solutions for African Problems (AfSol) is coined recently, indigenous conflict management, peacemaking, transitional justice, and reconciliation have existed.

avoidance conflict management strategy most often.4 Several studies have found that nurses tend to choose the avoiding style of conflict management.1,8 Avoid-ance can be a valued conflict management strategy when the matters instigating the conflict are of low significance.8 One study describes two types of conflict management strategies: agree.should be avoided.

Instead, mechanisms should be sought to learn from the Lubas, elders who are knowledgeable in the Gadaa system, about the customary mechanisms of conflict resolution so as to integrate them in enacting or implementing statutory laws.

Keywords: Gadaa, indigenous institution, Oromo, conflict resolution, Awash River Basin, Borana.First Nations Lands Management Act.2 II. Indigenous Legal Traditions and Conflict Resolution “Indigenous legal traditions” is a phrase adopted by the Law Commission of Canada and Indigenous Legal scholars to describe a body of Indigenous law including “Aboriginal dispute.