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Conversations in Conflict Studies presents Dr. Judith Asuni

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"Niger Delta ‘Militants’: Victims or Perpetrators? Conflict and Violence in the Niger Delta"- Dr. Judith Asuni is a specialist in conflict and development in the Niger Delta, oil-based conflicts and the demobilization and reintegration of armed youth groups. She is the founder and Executive Director of Academic Associates PeaceWorks, a nongovernmental organization based in Warri, Delta State, Nigeria. She has extensive experience with projects on conflict analysis and management, peace education and development, and has worked closely with varied stakeholders, from the Nigerian federal and state government offices to international oil companies and donors.  

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