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Conflicts Resolutions: The Role of Women Librarians in Collaboration with Women NGOs in Nigeria

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There has been the proliferation of women associations and organizations in Nigeria, these Associations and Organizations perform various functions towards solving socio-economic and political challenges faced by the country, Nigeria. This paper discusses the emerging roles of women Librarians and women NGOs in providing information for peace buildingactivities during and after elections in Nigeria,Ways to Improve Women’s Involvement in Peace and Conflict Resolutions. It further suggests among other things that, if women in Nigeria are given the enabling environment and funds, they can provide humanitarian aid and empowerment refugees and displaced persons to rehabilitate them for proper integration in the society.
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