DEPA aims to focus on educational resources used in informal training, including through the intergenerational peace clubs work and primary healthcare and mental health training. The resources will be developed and co-created through the research process and informed by the emerging data. This will ensure the resources are reflexively fed back to and informed by the participants, with the aim of the final materials being sensitised to and appropriate to the communities and context allowing them to be used more widely in Nigeria.
- Cultural and linguistic sustainability; A means of preserving Glavda language and the values and knowledge systems of the Glavda community – Oral testimonies/ Songs.
- Psychosocial and mental health support for peacebuilding with IDP communities. Journal article/ Photo essay
- Toward Decolonizing Peace and Conflict Issues in Nigerian Sociology Curriculum. Journal article
- Peace education for justice and social transformation in Nigeria – Special Edition/ Book
- Displacement, and the value of intergenerational involvement in youth healing and education – Journal article
- Primary and mental healthcare support for IDP’s residing in 4 camps within FCT Abuja
- Implementation of peace clubs in schools in FCT Abuja: An opportunity to keep tradition values alive through contribution to peace clubs.
- Depopulating places: in search of challenging but possible futures – Journal article