ALC publication series provides an avenue for the regular peer review and publishing of innovative research and analysis of Fellows on current security and development issues in Africa. Such publications were previously housed with the publication series of the Conflict, Security and Development Group at King's College London.This capacity is now being transferred to the African Leadership Centre. The Centre is developing its own publication series, which will be dedicated to publishing the products of research and analysis undertaken by ALC Fellows, following a rigorous review process.
Please see below for the most recent work done by ALC fellows:
No. 8: State building, State Capacity and Non-State Conflicts in Sub-Saharan Africa
August 2013 by Alagaw Ababu
No. 7: The CPA-DDR Program in South Sudan: What went wrong?
October 2014 by Robert Turyamureeba
No. 6: Response Mechanisms to Victims of Flood in West Africa: What Prospect for the ‘Middle Class’?
November 2013 by Salamatu Kemokai
No. 5: Security Provision in Ghana: What is the Role and Impact of Non-State Actors?
August 2009 by Paschal Anayenle Badong
No. 4: Gender and Transitional Justice in West Africa: The Cases of Ghana and Sierra Leone
August 2009 by Abigail Gyimah
No. 3: “ State Fragility” and the Challenges of Development in West Africa: Moving from Reaction to Prevention
August 2008 by Okey Uzoechina
No. 2: Security Sector Reform and Local Ownership in Liberia
August 2008 by Patricia Jallah-Scott
No. 1: Examining the State’s Capacity in the Management of the Dagbon crisis in Ghana: Is there a role for ECOWAS?
August 2008 by Ebenezer Ofosu Asiedu