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2021 Publications

Books 

Book chapters

Journal articles

Akande, O., Kaye, S., and Rukuni, T. 2021. The Efficacy of Community Peacebuilding in African Communities: Case Studies From Nigeria and Zimbabwe. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development, pp 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1177/1542316621993035

Kiyala, J. 2021. Responding to epistemic injustice against soldiers. International Journal of Children’s Rights, 29, 662-700. doi:10.1163/15718182-29030006

Mbazumutima, T. 2021. Land Restitution in Postconflict Burundi. International Journal of Transitional Justice.

Conference papers

Articles and reports

 


2020 Publications

Book chapters

Thakur, R., Rane, A.V., Harris, G. and Thakur, S. 2020. Government initiatives and policies for water conservation and wastewater treatment in South Africa and indigenous knowledge. In Water Conservation and Wastewater Treatment in BRICS Nations (pp. 285-293). Elsevier.

Thakur, R., Rane, A.V., Harris, G. and Thakur, S. 2020. Future prospective and possible management of water resources in respect to indigenous technical knowledge in South Africa. In Water Conservation and Wastewater Treatment in BRICS Nations (pp. 353-363). Elsevier.

Zvaita, G. and Yusuf, I. 2020. Devising more effective peacebuilding tools for Africa. In Kellett, P., Connaughton, S., and Cheney, G. (eds). Transforming conflict and building peace. Conflict and Peace, www.peterland.com.

Journal articles

Chiramba, E. and Harris, G. 2020. Restorative Discipline Practices: An Action Research Project in Zimbabwean Primary Schools. Educational Research for Social Change, 9(1): 118-122. http://ersc.nmmu.ac.za/articles/ERSC_Sept_2020_Project_Report_Vol_9_No_2_Chiramba_Harris_pp_118-122.pdf

Chivasa, N. 2020. Anthropomorphisation of God, the 2018 presidential election outcome and political change in Zimbabwe, Pharos Journal of Theology, 101. ISSN 2414-3324. http//: www.pharosjot.com

Chivasa, N. 2020. Kutanda botso ritual among the Shona people of Zimbabwe: How gender is reflected, sustained and re-created? Gender & Behaviour, 18(2), June, 15746 – 15754. ISSN: 1596-9231. 

Collins, A. and Plüg, S. 2020. “These violent delights have violent ends”: Good subjects of everyday South African violence. Acta Academica: Critical views on society, culture and politics52(2), pp.147-162, doi: https://doi.org/10.18820/24150479/aa52i2/8

Dawa, I. 2020. Hidden population-Identity, livelihood of Urban Refugees in Arua District, Uganda, https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/the-hidden-population/

Dawa, I. 2020. Communication shutdown: Examining two recent case studies of Kashmir and Cameroon, htttps://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/communications-shutdowns/

Harris, G., 2020. Reducing corporal punishment in the Seychelles. Seychelles Research Journal, 2(2): 80-92 https://seychellesresearchjournalcom.files.wordpress.com/2020/08/reducing_corporal_punishment_in_seychelles-geoff_harris-srj-2-2.pdf

Hove, M., Ndawana, E.  & Ndemera, W. S.  2020. Illegal street vending and national security in Harare, Zimbabwe, Africa Review, 12:1, 71-91, DOI:10.1080/09744053.2019.1685323

Hove, M. & Chenzi, V.  2020: Social media, civil unrest and government responses: the Zimbabwean experience. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38 (1): 121-137. DOI: 10.1080/02589001.2020.1746750

Hove, M., Ndawana, E. and Nhemachena, M. A. 2020. How Cuba Survived Sanctions and the Lessons for Zimbabwe, Jadavpur Journal of International Relations, Advance online, 1–24, DOI: 10.1177/0973598420911856

Hove, M. &  Chenzi, V.  2020: A drive to regime change through nonviolent economic warfare: The post-Mugabe era, 2017–2019, African Security Review, 29(1): 89-102. DOI: 10.1080/10246029.2020.1763412

Kansiime, N. and Harris, G. 2020. Strengthening traditional approaches to community-level land disputes: an action research project in western Uganda. African Journal on Conflict Resolution, 20(1): 59-76. https://www.accord.org.za/ajcr-issues/strengthening-traditional-approaches-to-community-level-land-disputes/

Kiyala, J. K. 2020. Dynamics of Child soldiers’ Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Well-being: Perspectives from Bioecological Systems Theory in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Child Psychiatry & Hum Dev (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10578-020-01022-4

Nhodo, L., Basure, H.S., Rukuni, T & Mago, D. 2020. Forced displacements and violence: experiences from the Tokwe Mukosi displacement in Masvingo, Zimbabwe, Ikoro Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 14, o. 1: 229-241. 

Plüg, S. and Collins, A. 2020. The work of “authenticity” in the age of mechanical reproduction: Constructions of authenticity in South African artisanal brands, Journal of Consumer Culture. doi: 10.1177/1469540520970243.

Rukuni, T., Chihumba, E., Rodgers, M., Nhodo, L. & Oyinloye, O. 2020. Xenophobic attacks on foreign nationals in South Africa as a threat to regional integration.Ikoro Journal of Contemporary African Studies, vol. 14, o. 1: 1-8. 

Thompson, S., Naidoo, K., Gonzalez-Alvarez, C., Harris G. & Loughman, J. 2020. Willingness to pay for improved vision in Mozambique, Development Southern Africa, DOI: 10.1080/0376835X.2020.1835607

Conference papers

Dawa, I. 2020. Rethinking peace and security: Gendered impact of war on women in Africa. 3rd Conference of the German Network of Forced Migration Researchers. Available at https://www.conftool.org/nwff2020/index.php?page=index

Harris, G. 2020. Nelson Mandela, retributive justice and restorative justice: getting the balance right. Keynote address to the Mandela Day Symposium, University of Seychelles, Mahe, August 20.

Plüg​​​, S. 2020. (Un)learning Violence: A Critical Understanding of Trauma and Transformation in Teaching, presented at the “Nonviolence and Intercultural Dialogue” International Conference organised by the London Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on 6-7 June 2020.

Articles and reports 

Dawa, I. 2020. Unlocking the Potential of Communities in Responding to Gender-Based Violence, https://www.transcend.org/tms/author/?a=Irene%20Dawa

Dawa, I. 2020. 2020. Weaving Pain in Silence: Gender Based Violence (GBV) and the lives of refugee women in Rhino Camp refugee Settlement, Arua,Uganda https://www.transcend.org/tms/2020/08/weaving-pain-in-silence-gender-based-violence-gbv/

Tshuma, D. 2020. IGAD’s role in promoting regional reconciliation. In Transitional Justice, Reconciliation and Peacebuilding: Assessing the Nexus, Horn of Africa Bulletin, Vol, 31 (1), pp 12-17,  https://life-peace.org/hab-bulletin/transitional-justice-reconciliation-and-peacebuilding-assessing-the-nexus/

Tshuma, D. 2020. Fighting the temptation to turn to violence in Zimbabwe. Daily Maverick, South Africa (Opinion Piece) https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/opinionista/2020-07-19-fighting-the-temptation-to-turn-to-violence-in-zimbabwe/

 


2019 Publications 

Books

Basabose, J. 2019. Anti-corruption education and peacebuilding: the ubupfura project in Rwanda. Cham, Springer Nature Switzerland. ISBN 9783030033644.

Chirisa, I. and Mhandara, L. (eds). 2019. The shifting terrain and shades of development themes, discourse and practice in Zimbabwe. Harare: University of Zimbabwe Publcations.

Hove, M. and Harris, G. (eds). 2019. Infrastructures for peace in sub-Saharan Africa. Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland.ISBN 9783030146931. 

Book chapters

Harris, G. and Hove, M. 2019. Putting a tape measure around violence in sub-Saharan Africa. In Hove, M. and Harris, G. (eds). Infrastructures for peace in sub-Saharan AfricaCham: Springer Nature Switzerland, 3-24.

Harris, G. 2019. Violence or Nonviolence? A comparison of Costs and Effectiveness. In Hove, M. and Harris, G. (eds). Infrastructures for peace in sub-Saharan AfricaCham: Springer Nature Switzerland, 37-52.

Harris, G. 2019. Establishing Ministries of Peace in Sub-Saharan Africa. In Hove, M. and Harris, G. (eds). Infrastructures for peace in sub-Saharan AfricaCham: Springer Nature Switzerland, 203-218.

Hove, M and Harris, G. 2019. Let a thousand peace infrastructures bloom, In Hove, M. and Harris, G. (eds). Infrastructures for peace in sub-Saharan Africa. Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland, 255-262.

Kaye, S. and Harris, G. 2019. Participatory action research for peacebuilding. In Wibben, A. and Donahue, M. (eds)Teaching peace and war: pedagogy and curricula. London: Routledge, chapter 5. Available at: https://www.routledge.com/Teaching-Peace-and-War-Pedagogy-and-Curricula/Wibben-Donahoe/p/book/9780367280277.

Mhandara, L., and Murwira, A. 2019. Social capital for development: A case for reconciliation in Zimbabwe. In Chrisia, I. and Mhandara, L. (eds). The shifting terrain and shades of development themes, discourse and practice in Zimbabwe. Harare: University of Zimbabwe publication, pp. 25-46.

Journal articles

Chatambudza, T. and Hove, M. 2019. The Zimbabwe Peoples’ Revolutionary Army military operations in Makonde District and the attack on Salisbury fuel storage tanks, 1965-1979. Small Wars and Insurrections, 30(2): 367-391.  https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09592318.2019.1603181

Chivasa, N. 2019. Sustainability of food production support services offered by Sustainable Agriculture Trust to subsistence farmers in Bikita District, Zimbabwe. Jamba – Journal of Disaster Risk Studies, 11(1), a526. https://doi.org/10.4102/jamba.v11i1.526.

Chivasa, N. 2019. Kuripa Ngozi as a conflict resolution model in Shona communities of Zimbabwe: a conceptual analysis. Critical African Studies,[https://DOI:10.1080/21681392.2019.1657028]https://DOI:10.1080/21681392.2019.1657028.

Chivasa, N. and Harris, G. 2019. Enhancing social interventions by informal peace committees in Zimbabwe: a developmental social work perspective. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 55(2): 132-140. https://doi.org/10.15270/55-2-711

Dawa, I. 2019. The Forgotten Conflict: how communication shutdown led to humanitarian crisis in Kashmir,  https://www.transcend.org/tms/2019/10/how-communication-shutdown-led-to-humanitarian-crisis-and-violence-in-the-india-administered-kashmir/

Dawa, I.  2019. Conflict dynamics in Uganda’s Bidibidi refugee settlement, https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/conflict-dynamics-in-the-bidibidi-refugee-settlement-in-uganda/  

DeJong, M. Collins, A. & Plüg, S. 2019. To be healthy to me is to be free: how discourses of freedom are used to construct healthiness among young South African adult. International journal of qualitative studies on health and well-being, DOI: 10.1080/17482631.2019.1603518.

Harris, G. and Letsie, T. 2019. Demilitarising a small African country: rationale, necessary conditions and financing. Economics of Peace & Security Journal, 14(1): 26-33. http://dx.doi.org/10.15355/epsj.14.1.39

Hove, M. 2019. When a political party turns against its cadres: ZANU PF factional infightings, 2004-2017. African Security, 12(2): 1-34. [https://DOI:10.1080/19392206.2019.1628450]https://DOI:10.1080/19392206.2019.1628450

Hove, M. and E. Ndawana. 2019. Education provision in the midst of a crisis: the Zimbabwean experience after 1999. Journal of Peace Education, 16(2): 215-246, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/17400201.2019.1627663

Kansiime, K.N., Rukuni, T., Wilkister, M.S., Mbazumutima, T., and Rirei, M. 2019. Building peace through narrative therapy. American Research Journal of Humanities & Social Science, vol. 2, issue 12, pp. 1-7, Dec. 2019, www.arjhss.com. 

Kiyala, C. 2019. Combining restorative justice and social justice: Prospects of child soldiering transitional justiceAfrican Security Review, 27(3-4): 192-211. https://doi.org/10.1080/10246029.2018.1559868

Letsie, T. 2018. The case for demilitarising Lesotho. African Security Review, 27(3-4):291-307. https://doi.org/10.1080/10246029.2019.1614083

Mandikwaza, E. and Zvaita, G.T. 2019. Zimbabwe’s elections: winner takes all. The Journal of Good Governance Africa: Africa in Fact (special ed). Good Governance, Africa, Johannesburg, www.gga.org. 

Mandikwaza, E. and Zvaita, G. 2019. Electoral abuse and a fearful electorate. The Journal of Good Governance Africa: Africa in Fact (Zimbabwe special issue). Good Governance Africa, Johannesburg, www.gga.org. 

Mandikwaza, E. 2019. Constructive dialogue in Zimbabwe: design and challenges. Conflict Trends, 2019/1. (available online: https://accord.org.za/publications/conflict-trends-2019-1).

Musarurwa, H. 2019. Using mixed methods in an action research on youth participation. Sage Research Methods Cases. http://methods.sagepub.com/case/using-mixed-methods-in-an-action-research-on-youth-participation. DOI: 10.4135/9781526475954.

Musarurwa, H. and Kaye, S. 2019. Attaining structural transformation through social entrepreneurship: an analysis of the level of youth participation in Zimbabwe. Interdisciplinary Journal of economics and business law, vol. 8 special issue, 2019. pp. 38-81.

Mutero, I.T. and Govender, I.G. 2019. Moving from transactional partnerships to collaborative university community engagement: a case study evaluating creative placemaking in KwaZulu-Natal Province. South African Review of Sociology, DOI: 10.1080/21528586.209.1632578.

Mutero, T. and Kaye, S. 2019. Music and conflict transformation in Zimbabwe. Peace Review, issue 31(3): Music and Peace. [Nov. 2019]

Mwonzora, G. and Mandikwaza, E. 2019. The menu of electoral manipulation in Zimbabwe: food handouts, violence, memory and fear – case of Mwenezi East and Bikita West 2017 by-elections. Journal of Asian and African Studies, DOI: 10.1177/0021909619862595.

Tshuma, D. 2019. Are women a missing link in Africa’s peace process? Interrogating women’s involvement in peacebuilding and conflict resolution in precolonial, colonial and postcolonial Africa. Journal of African-Centered Solutions in Peace and Security. Vol. 3 (i) May 2019.

Tshuma, D. 2019. Healing the wounds of the past: Peacebuilding prospects for Zimbabwe, Conflict Trends, No 4, pp 14-21, https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/healing-the-wounds-of-the-past/

Zvaita,  G. T & Tshuma, D. 2019. Political fatalism and youth apathy in South Africa: An analysis of the 2019 General Election, Conflict Trends, 3, pp. 20-29. Available at: https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/political-fatalism-and-youth-apathy-in-south-africa/

Zvaita, G. and Mbara, G. 2019. Engaging the values of local participation in African peacebuilding processes. Journal of African Union Studies, vol. 8, (issue 2), August 2019.

Zegeye, E.A., Mbonigaba, J., Kaye, S. et al. 2019. Assessing the cost of providing a prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS service in Ethiopia: urban-rural health facilities setting. BMC Health Serv Res 19, 148 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12913-019-3978-4BMC health services research 19(1):148

Conference presentations

Afnan, H. 2019. A values based, integrated asset approach to adaptive peacebuilding in Masiphumele, Cape Town. A paper presented at the Safety and Violence Initiative Conference, UCT, 7-11 November.

Akande, O., Kaye, S., and Rukuni, T. 2019. The power of community: peacebuilding in African communities. A paper presented at the Kroc Institute for International Studies Conference: Building sustainable peace: ideas, evidence and strategies, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, 7-10 November.

Harris, G. 2019. Inter-personal violence and economic inequality. Paper presented to the Inequality Workshop, University of KwaZulu-Natal, 20 November.

Matthee, T. 2019. The development of strategies, skills and attitudes in addressing violence at a Cape Flats school. A paper presented at the Safety and Violence Initiative Conference, UCT, 7-11 November.

Musarurwa, H. 2019. Structural violence (social injustice) transformation through social entrepreneurship: an action research in Zimbabwe. A paper presented at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, Notre Dame University, 8-10 November.

Plüg​​​, S. (2019). Violence in Campus Protests: Exploring intergenerational trauma and the escalation of conflicts.Paper presented at the 5th biennial international conference hosted by the Crime, Justice and Social Democracy Research Centre, Queensland University of Technology, 15-22 July 2019.

Plüg​​​, S. (2019). The work of #BecomingYou: Discursive constructions of authenticity and their implications for social governance and personal well-being. Paper to be presented at the International Society for Theoretical Psychology Conference 2019: “Measured Lives: Theoretical Psychology in an Era of Acceleration”. Danish School of Education, Tuborgvej 164, 2400 Copenhagen, Denmark, 19-23 August 2019.

Thakur, R. 2019. Factors contributing towards high water usage within poor communities in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Paper presented to the Water and Society 2019 conference, Valencia, Spain, 4-6 October.

Thomson, K. 2019. Conflict transformation education: a strategy to educate against stigmatisation and violence in a primary school. A paper presented at the Safety and Violence Initiative Conference, UCT, 7-11 November.

Reports

Moyo, D. and Harris, G. 2019. School peace clubs in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa: an evaluation. Report prepared for the Mennonite Central Committee.

Musarurwa, H. 2019. Using mixed-methods in an action research on youth participation. Sage research methods cases. http://methods.sagepub.com/cases

Tshuma, D. 2019. Accelerating and sustaining the peace process: challenges and opportunities. In: Political dynamics in the Horn of Africa: nurturing the emerging peace trends. TANA Papers 2019, Institute for Peace & Security Studies, Addis Ababa, 10-15. Available at: https://tanaforum.org/tana-2019/

 


2018 Publications

Books

Kiyala, C. 2018. Child soldiers and restorative justice. Participatory action research in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Heidelberg: Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-90071-1.

Ngwenya, D. 2018. Healing the wounds of Gukurahundi in Zimbabwe. A participatory action research project. Heidelberg: Springer. ISBN 978-3-319-66817-8.

Book chapters

Hemson, C. 2018. Leaving the past at the door: Espoused and enacted values in public participation. In G. Széll and D. Chetty (eds.), Making popular participation real. Berlin: Peter Lang, 53-68.

John, M. 2018. Nonviolence: The tactics and strategies of grassroots social change. In V. Jain and M. Meyer (eds).  Connecting contemporary African-Asian peacemaking and nonviolence. From satyagraha to ujamaa.Newcastle, UK:  Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 321-3336. ISBN 9781527516281.

Journal articles

Akande, O., Musarurwa, H., & Kaye, S.  2018. Students’ attitudes and perceptions on xenophobia: a study of a university in Durban. Journal of Student Affairs in Africa, 6(2): 33-48.

Dawa, I. 2018. Conflict dynamics in the Bidibidi refugee settlement in Uganda.Conflict Trends,4: 45-54 https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/conflict-dynamics-in-the-bidibidi-refugee-settlement-in-uganda/

Hamlall, V.  2018. Heterosexual relationships among young black men in the construction of masculinity at a South African university. Social Dynamics, 44(2): 306-321. DOI: 10.1080/02533952.2018.1481686.

Hove, M.  and Ndawana, E. 2018. National instability as a threat to Africa’s vision to transform borders from barriers into bridges of development. Migration and Development, 7(2): 201-221. doi: 10.1080/21632324.2017.1285850

Hove M. and Gweme T. 2018. Women’s food security and conservation farming in Zaka District. Journal of Arid Environments, 149: 18-29, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaridev.2017.10.01

Hove, M. 2018. Middle East: origins of the Islamic State (ISIS). Conflict Studies Quarterly, Issue 23: 3-22, DOI:10.24193/csq.23.1

Kaye, S. and Harris, G. 2018. Participatory action research for peacebuildingPeace Review, 30(1): 62-68.https://doi.org/10.1080/10402659.2017.1419933

Kiyala, J. C. K. 2018. The impact of globalisation on child soldiering: challenges and opportunities in the context of the Democratic Republic of Congo. International Social Science Journal, 66 (221-222): 271-284.

Letsie, T. 2018. The case for demilitarising Lesotho. African Security Review, 27(3-4): 291-307DOI: 10.1080/10246029.1614083.

Mandikwaza, E. 2018.Nhimbe: utilising a traditional practice in community peacebuilding. Conflict Trends, Issue 2: 45-50.

Mhandara, L. 2018. The power of dialogue to promote reconciliation in Zimbabwe. Conflict Trends, Issue 3, 30-39. https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/the-power-of-dialogue-to-promote-reconciliation-in-zimbabwe/

Muchemwa, C. and Harris, G. 2018. Mozambique’s post-war success story: Is it time to revisit the narrative? Democracy & Security.https://doi.org/10.1080/17419166.2018.1517336

Musarurwa, H. 2018. Closed spaces or (in)competent citizens? A study of youth preparedness for participation in elections in Zimbabwe. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics.https://doi.org/10.1080/14662043.2017.1401419

Ndawana, E. and Hove, M. 2018. Traditional leaders and Zimbabwe’s liberation struggle in Buhera District, 1976–1980. Journal of African Military History, 2: 119–160.

Ndawana, E., Hove, M. and Ghuliku, S. 2018. Tanzania: small arms proliferation in East Africa and national security. Conflict Studies Quarterly, Issue 23: 48-77. doi:10.24193/csq.23.3

Plüg, S. & Collins, A. 2018. ‘It hurts to help’: Vicarious trauma in sensitive research and community projects in South Africa. The Australian Community Psychologist, 29 (1): 22-35.

Sibanda, P. & Moyo, M. 2018. The science and practice of parenting: implications for peacebuilding. Scientific Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 7(7): 802-807.  ​

Tshuma, D. 2018. Reconciliation, integration and healing efforts in Zimbabwe. Conflict Trends, Issue 2: 19-26. https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/reconciliation-integration-and-healing-efforts-in-zimbabwe/

Tshuma, D. 2018. Looking Beyond 2023: What Next after Zimbabwe’s Parliamentary Quota System? Conflict Trends, Issue 3, 12-20. https://www.accord.org.za/conflict-trends/looking-beyond-2023/

Conference presentations

Dorasamy, N. Hamlall, V. & Zuma, N. 2018. The Zulu way – experiences and practices of black women educators: a case study of a rural secondary school in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Presented to the Accelerating knowledge creation in management : European Academy of Management (EURAM) conference, Reykjavik, 20-23 June.

Harris, G. 2018. Taking action against corporal punishment.Keynote address to the Corporal punishment conversations: beyond hopelessness and despair Colloquium. School of Education, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, 26-28 September.

Harris, G. and Letsie, T. 2018. Planning and financing security sector reform in Lesotho. Paper presented to the 22ndEconomics of Conflict & Security Conference, Middle Eastern University of Science & Technology, Northern Cyprus, 27-30 June.

John, M. 2018.Bridging nonviolent action and peace: preliminary findings from an action research project.Paperprepared and presented at the Global Peacebuilders Summit, Paretz,Germany, September 3-5.

Kaye, S. 2018. Dissonance of grassroots efforts and national conflicts: challenges in peacebuilding. Eleventh Global Studies Conference,University of Granada, 30-31 June.

Kiyala, C. 2018. The role of civil society on conflict resolution, reconciliation and peacebuilding: significance of faith-based organisations, cultural institutions and scientific community. Paper presented to the third annual Peacebuilding Conference, Sub-Saharan Africa University, Goma, 16-17 September.

Mandikwaza, E. 2018. Traditional systems of conflict resolutions and peacebuilding in Zimbabwe. Paper presented at the 2018 Annual International Conference on ethnic and religious conflict resolution and peacebuilding, International Center for Ethno-Religious Mediation, New York, 29 October – 1 November.

Musarurwa, H. 2018. Conflict transformation solutions mitigating structural violence and reversing the barrier to socio-economic youth participation: An action research in Zimbabwe. Paper presented to the 3rdannual conference of the Centre for African Research on Enterprise and Economic Development (CAREED). University of Western Scotland, 31 May-1 June.

Mwamba, P. 2018. L’exploration des approches stratégique pour prévenir et combattre la xénophobie en Afrique du Sud: Cas de réfugiés et demandeur d’asiles vivant a Kwamashu, Durban. (Exploring the strategic approach to prevent and combat xenophobia in South Africa: Case study of refugees and asylum seekers living in KwaMashu, Durban).Paper presented to the 3rd annual Peacebuilding Conference, Sub-Saharan Africa University, Goma, September 16-17, 2018.

Plüg​​​, S. 2018. “Nah, that’s normal, ma’am!” Transforming students’ experiences of everyday violence. Paper presented at the Safety and Violence Initiative Conference: Violence Prevention, Safety Promotion and the Sustainable Development Goals, University of Cape Town, 15-16 October.

Reports

John, M., Wilmot, P. and Zaremba, N. 2018. Resisting violence. Growing a culture of nonviolent action in South Sudan. United States Institute of Peace. Special Report435. Washington, DC: United States Institute of Peace. ISBN 9781601277459. https://www.usip.org/publications/2018/11/resisting-violence-growing-culture-nonviolent-action-south-sudan

Mungure, S., Mandikwaza, E., Manjova, C., Guthrey, H. 2018. A baseline study report: the peace and reconciliation process in Zimbabwe. Heal Zimbabwe Trust. http://www.healzimbabwetrust.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Heal-Zimbabwe-BASELINE-REPORT-ON-PEACE-AND-RECONCILIATION-PROCESSES.pdf

Tschudin, A. and Trithart, A. 2018. The role of local governance in sustaining peace.Washington, DC: International Peace Institute.https://www.ipinst.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/1802_Local-Governance-and-Sustaining-Peace.pdf

 


2017 Publications

Books

Kaye, S. and Harris, G. (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace. ISBN 978-99944-938-2-1.

Rappert, B. and Gould, C. 2017. Dis-eases of society. Tracing history, memory and justice. Cape Town: Jacana. ISBN 978-1-4314-2485-6.

Book chapters

Adebayo, J. 2017. Building capacity for conflict-sensitive reportage of elections in Nigeria: an action research study. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 119-139.

Basabose, J. 2017. Anti-corruption education as a way of building positive peace in Rwanda. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 31-51.

Harris, G. 2017. Building peace via action research: challenges, limitations and potential. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 261-271.

Harris, G. 2017. South Africa’s initiatives for peace: the case for a greater balance between military and non-military efforts. In J. Langmore, T. Miletic, A. Martin and N. Shea (eds.), State support for peace processes: a multi-country review. Canberra: Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, 64-75. ISBN: 978 0 7340 5356 5 http://arts.unimelb.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/2369675/AICRP-Report1005.06.17LowRes.pdf

Hemson, C. 2016. Exclusion, violence and education. In L. Ramrathan, L. le Grange & P. Higgs (eds.), Education studies for initial teacher development (pp. 291-303). Cape Town: Juta. [Not put through in 2016]

Kaye, S. 2017. An overview of action research and its relevance to peacebuilding. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 3-28

Kiyala, J. 2017. Reintegrating former child soldiers in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 223-236.

Kiyala, J. 2017. Combining social justice with transitional and restorative justice: an agenda for an integrative justice model in transitional societies. In J. Evans (Ed.), Restorative justice and transitional justice: perspectives, progress and considerations for the future. New York: Nova Publishers, 82-117.

Maphosa, B. 2017. Reducing gender-based violence: action research among Zimbabwean youth. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 95-117.

Muchemwa, C. 2017. Moving towards reconciliation using action research: Ndebele and Shona relations in Zimbabwe. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 143-165.

Moyo, N. 2017. Using restorative justice approaches with ex-prisoners and their families: an action research project in Zimbabwe. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 207-222.

Ngwenya, D. 2017. Healing the wounds of violence: a participatory action research project in Zimbabwe. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 167-184.

Pillay, G. 2017. Developing social entrepreneurship in KwaZulu-Natal: reflections on an action research initiative. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 73-94

Umubyeyi, B. and G Harris. 2017. Promoting non-violent parenting among refugee mothers in Durban. In S. Kaye and G. Harris (eds.), 2017. Building peace via action research: African case studies. Addis Ababa: United Nations University for Peace, 53-71.

Journal articles

Hove, M. 2017. The Emergence of the New Cold War: The Syrian and Ukraine Conflicts. Jadavpur Journal of International Relations. 20(2) 1–22 DOI: 10.1177/0973598416680432.

Hove, M. and Ndawana, E. 2017. National instability as a threat to Africa’s vision to transform borders from barriers into bridges of development. Migration and Development. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/21632324.2017.1285850.

Hove, M. and Ndawana, E. 2017. Regime change agenda: the Egyptian experience, 2011-2015. Contemporary Arab Affairs Journal, 10(1): 32-50. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17550912.2017.1279386

Hove, M. 2017. The necessity of Security sector reform in Zimbabwe. Politikon: South African Journal of Political Studies. DOI: 10.1080/02589346.2017.1290926.

Hove M. and Chenzi V. 2017. ‘Prophets of doom’: The Zimbabwean Christian Community and Contemporary Politics, Insight on Africa 9(2):1–23, DOI: 10.1177/0975087817710054.

Hove, M. and Chenzi V. 2017. Terrorism: a reflection on the dynamics of contemporary suicide terrorism. Conflict Studies Quarterly, 20: 67-89, DOI:10.24193/csq.20.5

Hove, M. and Ndawana, E. 2017. Women’s rights in jeopardy: the case of war-torn South Sudan. SAGE Open: 1–13. DOI: 10.1177/2158244017737355.

Magudulela, N. 2017. Tackling sexual and gender-based violence on campus: an intervention at the Durban University of Technology. Agenda 31(2): 99-108.

Muchanyuka, M.R. and Fotsin, R. (2017) M-Governance as a Remedy to Service Delivery in Zimbabwean Local Governments: The M-DATA project of the City of Mutare, in International Journal of Law, Humanities and Social Science, 1(2):120-134.

Rukuni, T., Zadzisai, M. and Madhuku, M. 2017. Youth Peace Building Programmes in Masvingo’s High Density Suburbs: Zimbabwe. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, vol. 7, no. 6. 2017. ISSN: 2224-5766.

Rukuni, T., Kansiime, N. and Milumu, W. 2017. Moving trends in peace and conflict studies: the nexus between religion and peacebuilding. The Fountain: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 1(1): 47-62.

Varjavandi, R. 2017. ‘Blessers must fall’: youth-led participatory action research and photo story creation on teenage pregnancy, transactional sex and gender-based violence. Agenda, 31(2): 87-98.

Conference papers

Dianzenza, D. 2017. Building the capacity of young men in loving, responsible and nonviolent fathering. Paper presented to the second annual Peacebuilding Conference, Sub-Saharan Africa University, Goma, 11-12 September.

Harris, G. 2017. Connecting truth, forgiveness, healing and reconciliation. Paper presented to the Symposium on Truth, Reconciliation and National Unity, Victoria, Seychelles, 7 May.

Harris, G. 2017. How can nonviolence become the dominant narrative? Keynote address to the Alternatives to Violence Southern Africa biennial conference, Howick, June 15-18.

Hemson, C. and Plüg, S. 2017. Unpacking violence in the classroom: critical reflections on teachers’ experiences. Paper presented to the HELTASA conference, Durban, November 21-23.

Kaye, S. and Harris, G. 2017. Participatory action research – the heart of community engagement? Paper presented to the Community Engagement Conference: towards social and epistemic justice, Durban, 31 May-2 June.

Kiyala, J. 2017. Responding to epistemic injustice and hermeneutical violence in the Western justice system: an African perspective. Paper presented to the Community Engagement Conference: towards social and epistemic justice, Durban, 31 May-2 June.

Kiyala, J. 2017. Approche traditionelle de la justice réparatrice dans la réinsertion des ex-enfants soldats dans la province du Nord Kivu, République Démocratique Du Congo. Paper presented to the second annual Peacebuilding Conference, Sub-Saharan Africa University, Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, 11-12 September.

Kiyala, J. 2017. Approche traditionelle de la justice réparatrice dans la réinsertion des ex-enfants soldats dans la province du Nord Kivu, République Démocratique Du Congo. Paper presented to the second annual Peacebuilding Conference, Sub-Saharan Africa University, Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo, 11-12 September.

Mauwa, J. 2017. Dealing with the community impacts of rape in the eastern DR Congo. Paper presented to the second annual Peacebuilding Conference, Sub-Saharan Africa University, Goma, 11-12 September.

Netsai, E. 2017. Building more peaceful schools: an action research project in Harare. Paper presented to the Community Engagement Conference: towards social and epistemic justice, Durban, 31 May-2 June.

Nyathi, C. 2017. Reducing conflicts within rural women’s self help groups: a participatory action research project in rural Zimbabwe. Paper presented to the Community Engagement Conference: towards social and epistemic justice, Durban, 31 May-2 June.

Plüg, S. 2017. ‘It hurts to help’: Exploring experiences of vicarious traumatisation amongst researchers working on sensitive topics in South Africa. Critical Conversations: 13th Trans-Tasman Community Health Psychology Conference, The Australian Psychological Society, Victoria University, Melbourne, 20-22 April 2017.

Plüg, S. (2017). Vicarious traumatisation in social research. Department of Social Enquiry Research seminar series, La Trobe University, Victoria, Melbourne, 18 April 2017.

 


2016 and earlier Publications

Chapters in books

Hemson, C. (2015). Chronic violence and pedagogy.  In A. Keasley & S.B. Maphosa (Eds.) Peace Education for Violence Prevention in Fragile African Societies: What’s Going to Make a Difference? Pretoria: HSRC Press.

Harris, G. 2014. Does restorative justice work? An evaluation of the restorative justice programmes of Phoenix Zululand. In Maphosa, S., DeLuca, L. & Keasley, A. (eds.) Building peace from within. Pretoria: Africa Institute of South Africa, 74-84.

Pillay, G. and Kaye, S. 2015. Chapter: Exploring Social Entrepreneurship for the Creation of Sustainable Livelihoods in South Africa. In Fields, Z. Incorporating Business Models and Strategies into Social Entrepreneurship. IGI-Global.

Journal articles

Harris, G. and Vermaak, C. 2015. Economic inequality as a source of interpersonal violence: evidence from sub-Saharan Africa and South Africa. South African Journal of Economic and Management Sciences, 18(1): 45-57.

Harris, G., Hemson, C. & Kaye, S. (2014). Creative action for change. South African Crime Quarterly, 45, 35-45.http://dx.doi.org/10.17159/2222-3436/2015/v18n1a4

Hemson, C. 2015. Lost in transition: The lives of African lifeguards. Social Dynamics (forthcoming).

Liebenberg, S., Haines, R. & Harris, G. 2015. A theory of war economies: formation, maintenance and dismantling. African Security Review, 24(3): 123-144.

Mulumeoderhwa, M and Harris, G. 2014. Forced sex, rape and sexual exploitation: the attitudes and experiences of high school students in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. Culture, Health & Sexuality
http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/NbmMu5QwBJUWNem2XMbK/full#.U_M2URvCYco.gmail

Mulumeoderhwa, M. and Harris, G. 2014. Relationships, sex and conflict among young people in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of Congo. Peace and Conflict Review 8(1): 19-29.

Musarurwa, H., Akande, O., Rukuni, T. and Musingafi, M. 2016. Strategies for non-violent action to address conflicts: A case of Zimbabwe. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 6. no. 18, 2016.http://www.review.upeace.org/index.cfm

Rukuni, T., Shanyisa, W., Madhuku, M. and Musingafi, M. 2016. Enhancing women participation in peacebuilding and decision making processes in Zimbabwean rural communities. Information and Knowledge Management, vol. 6, no. 9. 2016.

Boyce, G. and  Harris, G. 2013.  Hope the beloved country: hope levels in the new South Africa. Social Indicators Research, 113 (7): 583-597.

Hemson, C. 2013. Violence at the end of the rainbow. Peace Review: A Journal of Social Justice, 25, 51-57.

Mulumeordhwa, M. and Harris, G. 2013. Girlfriends, sex and violence: the attitudes and behaviour of adolescent males in a South African township. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 49(2), 2013, 222-233.  http://socialwork.journals.ac.za/pub/article/view/66/56

Closson, R. and Kaye, S. 2012. Learning by doing: Preparation of Bahá’í nonformal Tutors. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, no. 133, Spring 2012.

Harris, G. and Van der Merwe, A. 2012. The scope for mobilising public opinion against corruption: the attitudes of KwaZulu-Natal university students. South African Journal of Economics & Management Sciences, 15(3): 282-293.

Hemson, C. 2012. Crossing from violence to nonviolence: pedagogy and memory. Journal of Education, 54, 27-48.

Kaye, S. (2012). Case Studies in Local Economic Development: The Case of Sisonke Rail; The Case of Inina Crafts. Skills@Work: Theory & Practice Journal, Edition 4.

Umubyeyi, B. and Harris, G. 2012.  Promoting nonviolent parenting among refugee mothers in Durban. Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk, 48(4): 456-466.

Van der Merwe, A. and G T Harris. 2012. Attitudes towards public sector corruption: a study of university students in KwaZulu-Natal. International Business & Economics Research Journal, 11(2): 171-177.

Harris, G. 2011. Ministries of peacebuilding in sub-Saharan Africa: rationale, functions and establishment. African Security Review, 20 (1): 122-133.

Hemson, C. 2011. Fresh grounds: African migrant children in a South African primary school. Southern African Review of Education, 17, 65-85.

Wielenga, C. and Harris, G. 2011. Building peace and security after genocide: the contribution of the gacaca courts of Rwanda. African Security Review, 20(1): 15-25.

Francis, D. and Hemson, C. 2010. Initiating debate. South African Journal of Higher Education, 24(5), 875-880.

Harris, G. 2010. Studying conflict, violence and peace in African universities. Higher Education, 59(1): 293-301.

Harris, G. 2010. Improving military expenditure decision-making in sub-Saharan Africa. Economics of Peace & Security Journal, 5(2), 2010: 37-44.

Hemson, C. and Singh, P. 2010. Shadows of transformation: inclusion and exclusion of academic staff at Durban University of Technology, South African Journal of Higher Education, 24(5), 935-952.

Conference presentations

Akande, O. and Musarurwa, H. 2016. Proposing alternative strategies for non-violent transition in Zimbabwe: Evidence from previous programs in other countries. Paper presented at the Journal of Green Economy and Development’s Annual International Conference, Durban, South Africa. 2016.