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Growth and Development

2016

Youth

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Addressing Socio-Economic Challenges To Curb Youth Participation In Terrorism In Africa, Tendaishe Tlou Oct 2016

Addressing Socio-Economic Challenges To Curb Youth Participation In Terrorism In Africa, Tendaishe Tlou

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

The scourge of terrorism has become an international crisis after the 9/11 attacks in America. Terrorism has deeply encroached its claws in Africa on the premise of socio-economic challenges along the clash of civilizations. In countries such as Nigeria, Somalia, Central African Republic, Kenya and the Maghreb region, terrorism is a threat to peace and security, compounded by spiraling youth unemployment rates, the youth bulge, porous borders, poverty, arms proliferation, weak governments, economic problems among other challenges. It is yet to be seen how Africans will unite to deal with this threat to security on the continent given the ...


Front Matter, Yaljod 1.1, Prince Ifoh Oct 2016

Front Matter, Yaljod 1.1, Prince Ifoh

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

Includes: Excerpts from Dr. Salah Hammad (Senior Human Rights Expert, Department of Political Affairs, African Union Commission: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), Alice Buhinja Mutesi (Post Conflict Reconstruction Officer, Peace and Security Department, African Union Headquarters: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia), and Beatrice Khamati Njenga (Head of Education Division, Department of Human Resources, Science adn Technology, African Union Commission: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia); a Foreword from Dr. Patricia Rodney (CEO, The Walter Rodney Foundation: Atlanta, Georgia); Preface from Her Excellency Ambassador Dr. Justina Mutale (Founder and CEO, Justina Mutale Foundation for Leadership: London, UK); and the Table of Contents for this issue.


Yaljod Full Issue 1.1, Prince Ifoh Oct 2016

Yaljod Full Issue 1.1, Prince Ifoh

Young African Leaders Journal of Development

The Young African Leaders Journal of Development (YALJOD) is a biennial journal and an official publication of the Young African Leaders Forum (YALF). It was established in 2015 to host scholarly analysis and competing viewpoints about the development of Africa; and it’s multidisciplinary approach makes it more formidable. YALJOD accepts papers from varied disciplinary areas — including Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Humanities — that show direct relevance to the development of Africa. It publishes researches understood as the social, economic, political, cultural and technological processes of change in Africa. The intended audience of the journal remains the entire African people ...