Dr. Kaderi Noagah Bukari

Country of current residence

Ghana

Current position

Research Fellow/Lecturer

Current institute employer

Department of Peace Studies, School for Development Studies, University of Cape Coast

Since

2018

Website current institute
Profession

Social Scientist

Degrees / expertise

Master of Philosophy, Peace and Development Studies, Institute for Development Studies, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana. BED (Arts), University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana

Supervisors of
doctoral work

Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Schareika and Prof. Dr. Juergen Scheffran

Advisor at ZEF

Dr. Papa Sow

2020

Bukari K.N., S. Bukari, P. Sow and J. Scheffran.  2020.  Diversity and Multiple Drivers of Pastoral Fulani Migration to Ghana.  Nomadic Peoples, 24 (1)   : 4-31   . Further Information

2018

Bukari, K. N., P. Sow and J. Scheffran.  2018.  Cooperation and Co-Existence Between Farmers and Herders in the Midst of Violent Farmer-Herder Conflicts in Ghana.  African Studies Review, https://doi.org/10.1017/asr.2017.124   . Further Information

2016

Bukari, K.  2016.  Farmer-herder relations in Ghana: Interplay of environmental of environmental change, conflict, cooperation and social networks.  Doctoral Thesis at  Institute for Ethnology, University of Göttingen.  Further Information
Bukari, Kaderi Noagah.  2016.  A Concomitant of Conflict and Consensus: Case of a Chieftaincy Succession in Ghana.  Peace and Conflict Studies, 23(1)   : 1-26   . (Open Access)   Further Information

2015

Bukari, K.N. and N. Schareika..  2015.  Stereotypes, prejudices and exclusion of Fulani pastoralists in Ghana.  Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice, 5(20)   : 1-12   . (Open Access)  
Kuusaana, E. D. and Bukari, K. N..  2015.  Land conflicts between smallholders and Fulani pastoralists in Ghana: Evidence from the Asante Akim North District (AAND).  Journal of Rural Studies, 42 (2)   : 52-62   .

2013

Bukari, K. N..  2013.  The Peace Process in the Bawku Conflict: Prospects and Challenges.  Conflict & Communication, 12 (2)   . (Open Access)   Further Information
Bukari, K. N. and Guuroh, R.T.  2013.  Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Peacebuilding in the Bawku Traditional Area of Ghana: Failure or Success?.  Research on Humanities and Social Sciences , 3 (6)   . Further Information
Kaderi Bukari, Moses Kazu , Reginald Tang Guuroh , Martha Ataa - Asantewaa.  2013.  Assessing the Potential of non-Farm/off-Farm Enterprises in Spurring Rural Development in Uganda.  TROPENTAG. http://www.tropentag.de/2013/abstracts/abstracts.php?menu=1&noID=0&noposter=0&showtime=1#Subgroup_2a. http://www.tropentag.de/2013/abstracts/full/320.pdf, Tropentag 2013   .

2012

Bukari, K. N. and Kendie, S. B..  2012.  Conflict and its effects on development in the Bawku Traditional Area.  University of Cape Coast Journal of Arts and Social sciences, V. 1. Issue 1.   .

2009

Bukari, K. N. et al..  2009.  The menace of suicide: Risk factors and counselling implications.  Ghana Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sports and Dance (GJOHPERSD)., V.1. Issue 1.   .

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Governance
  • Development Politics
  • Human Rights
Research countries
  • Ghana
Degrees

Master of Philosophy, Peace and Development Studies, Institute for Development Studies, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana. BED (Arts), University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast, Ghana

Funding institutions

BMZ (DAAD)

Thesis title

Conflict and Development in the Bawku Traditional Area

Doctoral research funded by

BMZ (DAAD)and Dr. Hermann Eiselen Doctoral Programm of the Foundation fiat panis

Cooperation partners

WASCAL

Supervisors of
doctoral work

Prof. Dr. Nikolaus Schareika and Prof. Dr. Juergen Scheffran

Advisor at ZEF

Dr. Papa Sow

Kaderi Noagah Bukari

Former Junior Researcher

Private website:
http://www.aggn.org/fellows/bukari-kaderi-noagah#6/51.541/9.916

Former Division/Group:
Cultural and Political Change