Ivory Coast: political tensions and the peacebuilding process
Political tensions associated with President Ouattara’s regime are putting efforts to build peace and security in the Ivory Coast at risk.
Human rights in Ivory Coast – a progress check
Despite some advances, activists say that respect for human rights is precarious in Ivory Coast. By Daniel Ozoukou What are the key human rights issues... Read More
Where next after the Ivorian elections?
November’s presidential elections in the Ivory Coast ended peacefully – unlike the last ballot, which led to civil war. But how stable is this peace?
Reconciliation in the Cote d’Ivoire – mission impossible?
Four years on from the Second Ivorian Civil War, the Cote d’Ivoire’s truth and reconciliation commission is tasked with helping to heal the divisions the... Read More
Building peace or a fragile future? The legacy of conflict in the Cote d’Ivoire
It is time to speak up and say that the politics of partial justice will not consolidate peace and reconciliation in the country. There can... Read More
Building community cohesion in the Ivory Coast
Distressed by post-election violence and North-South ethnic tribalism, James Offuh created United for Peace Against Conflict International (UFPACI) in January 2012 to build community cohesion... Read More