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NIGERIA:
FINAL REPORTS OF CASE STUDIES


1. Voices down the dammed river: a case study of the encounter between the Jere rice farmers association and the Borno state government over the Alau dam project 1989-98 (Abba Gana Shettinma)
2. Exiting from the State in Nigeria (Eghosa E Osaghae)

3. Structural Adjustment, Civil Society and National Cohesion in Africa (Eghosa E. Osaghae)
4. Communal Policing: Episodes of Encounters between the Landlords/Tenants Association and the State in the Peri-Urban Areas of Ibadan (Demola Adeagbo)
5. Episodes in Encounter between the Town Unions and the Eze Institution in Igboland over Issues of Good Governance (A.C.Nwosu)
6. Women interest organizations: Encounters with the State on Issues of Good Governance (Iyabo Olojede)
7. Social clubs, social struggles and their interaction with the state: the case of Bajinta, Bayajidda and Tawakaltu social, cultural and dramatic clubs
8. Insurgent Civil Society: Ogoni Encounters 1990-98 (O.Ojechukwu Ibeanu)


 

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