Dispute resolution mechanisms among the Afar People of Ethiopia and their contribution to the Development Process

  title={Dispute resolution mechanisms among the Afar People of Ethiopia and their contribution to the Development Process},
  • Published 2015
Disputes are one of the major factors negatively affecting the development process of any nation. They divert resources that could otherwise be used productively; hence, there appears to be general agreement on their undesirability (Alexander 2005). Disputeresolution practices and peace-building mechanisms remain problematic for most societies in the world including those in Africa, as most of them are trying to imitate Western modalities instead of using their own indigenous knowledge systems… CONTINUE READING

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