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Conflict and Conflict Management: A Case of Nkonya / Alavanyo


There are different ways in which conflicts can be handled. However, people’s attitudes, behaviour and root causes or contradictions must be addressed in the light of genuine commitments of all parties engaged in the peace process. The management of conflict involves a careful mapping of the conflict in order to identify the dynamics involved. Conflicts having dynamic root causes or are protracted, need the involvement of all stakeholders in their management process. The study was undertaken to examine the management mechanisms of the Nkonya – Alavanyo conflict in the Volta Region of Ghana.