The Liberian government identified 250 of the most conflict-prone towns and villages in three of its most war-affected counties: Lofa, Nimba and Grand Gedeh. IPA is following a panel of more than 6000 community members and leaders across the 250 towns.
- What are the trends and patterns of conflict and cooperation in Liberia
- How do war experiences shape present political participation and attitudes?
- Can we predict or explain the incidence of violent and non-violent conflicts, including inter-group violence, land conflicts, mob justice, and violent crime?
- How do economic shocks impact community-level conflict?