Policy Briefs

Policy Brief: – Ghana’s National Peace Council


Ghana’s national peace architecture, particularly it’s National Peace Council, has been recognized as an important emerging model for developing state capacity to protect civilians and prevent conflict. The entire national architecture has been constructed through decades of public sector reforms, including the security sector, as well as through constitution building and the establishment of strategic partnerships aimed at developing Ghanaian democracy.

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Policy Brief: – Transitions and Tensions in West Africa: Building on the Strength and Bridging the Gap in the ECOWAS Protocol on Democracy and Good Governance

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