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This study is assessed the role of women organisations in managing conflict in Sanga and Kaura local government of Kaduna state. Thus the objective of the study is to assess the effectiveness of women organisations in mediation, reconstruction and stabilisation of IDPs in Kaura and Sanga LGAS. The study was anchored on the Liberal feminist theory. The study adopted the use of mixed method approach. Data were collected through the use of interview and questionnaire on the role of women in mediation, stabilization and reconstruction in conflict management. The data collected were analysed using statistical tools of percentages and spearman rank correlation. The result of the analysis revealed that women organisations were very effective in mediating conflicting parties in Kaura and Sanga LGAs. Women organisations were recognized institutions in reconstruction of social and economic activities of conflict affected areas. The study revealed that IDPs were integrated back into their various societies. In line with findings of the study, it was recommended that governments and other stakeholders in conflict management should provide women organisations with specialized training in conflict resolution. Government should support the affirmative action; adaptation of quota system to guarantee women’s political participation in post conflict transition.
INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study
Nigeria is a country of over 170 million population, and has about 250 ethnic groups,
with the majority been the Hausa/Fulani, Igbo and Yoruba and predominately Muslims and
Christians. She was a colony of the British and by the 1914 the northern and southern part were
amalgamated to form a colony. After independence in 1960, Nigeria experienced various
conflicts: civil war, religious crises and various communal crises. They include Nigerian-Biafran
civil war 1967-1970, Inter-communal conflicts in Nigeria like; the Ife-Modakeke crises in Osun
state, the Zagon Kataf 1992 crises in Kaduna state, Internal conflicts in South-eastern part of
Nigeria; Aguleri-Umuleri conflict, the ethno-religious crises in Kano and Kaduna states of
Nigeria, marginalisation and the Niger Delta crises; Ogoni, Ijaw and Warri crises. The
government of Nigeria as well as different civil societies has developed strategies in managing
the different conflicts in Nigeria.-Clark (2009).
Conflict has the effect of shaking societies, and one common element is that it often takes
women from traditionally conservative role in managing conflict to a more avant-garde, exposed
and formal role in managing conflict. It has led to the exposure and bringing into limelight
women participation in key policy issues.
There is now a strong body of in
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