The mission of the Journal of African Conflicts and Peace Studies (JACAPS) (ISSN 2325-484X) is to develop and disseminate scientific knowledge in areas of genocide studies and its prevention, socio-political development, peace, security, and governance studies in the particular context of Africa. Journal of African Conflicts and Peace Studies is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal.
Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 1 (2023)
Identity Boundaries Construction and its Effects on Vulnerability in the case of a Historically Marginalized People (HMP) in Rwanda: An examination of their Access to Human Rights.
Jean Baptiste Ndikubwimana, Kathleen A. Anangwe, Oriare Oriare Nyarwath, Mwimali Jack, and Charles Mulinda Kabwete
PEACE AND SECURITY CHALLENGES: SADC AND MOZAMBIQUE CONFLICT MANAGEMENT
Voices of Youth Born of Genocidal Rape in Rwanda: Their Social Exclusion after 26 Years of Genocide
Elly Musafiri, George Gona, Kenneth Ombongi, and Aggee Mugabe Shyaka
GIS use and Land Conflict in Rwanda: Case of Gasabo District
A Review of Farmers/Herders Clashes in Nigerian Environment: Consequences and the Way Forward
Timothy O. Ogunbode, Iyanu-Oluwa A. Ayodele, Victor O. Oyebamiji, and Oluwatobi O. Faboro