ACLED Conflict Trends reports are monthly updates on political violence, protest, and conflict events in African states. They are based on real-time data, and compare current trends and patterns to historical dynamics in key focus countries.
2016 Conflict Trends reports
Focus on: African overview in ACLED Version 6, Central African Republic, Egypt, Libya, Nigeria, South Sudan and Sudan.
Focus on: Nigeria, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan and Tunisia. A Special Report focuses on: Trends and Unexpected Developments in Africa 2015.
Focus on: Algeria, Egypt, Guinea, Republic of Congo, South Africa and Uganda. A Special Report focuses on: Sources of Income and the Effect of Foreign Direct Investment on Conflict in Africa.
Focus on: Burkina Faso, Burundi, DR-Congo, Libya and Zambia. Two Special Reports focus on: Electoral Violence in Burkina Faso, Central African Republic and Ivory Coast in October, and the Role of Pro-Government Militias in Competitive, Institutionalised Power Structures.
Focus on: Central African Republic and Allegations against Peacekeeping Forces, Egypt, Libya and the Prospects of Islamic State Expansion, South Sudan, Sudan, Tunisia and Zimbabwe. Two Special Reports focus on: the Containment and Diffusion of Violence during Peacekeeping Deployment and Inequality and Conflict across Africa using the Gini Index.
Focus on: Algeria, Kenya, Libya, Nigeria, South Africa and Tunisia. Two Special Reports focus on: Peacekeeping and Violence Against Civilians and Governance and Conflict.
Focus on: Burundi, Mali, South Sudan, Sudan and Tunisia. Two Special Reports focus on: Reporting Lags in Realtime Conflict Data and State Fragility and Armed Conflict in Africa.
Focus on: DR-Congo, Libya, South Africa, Tanzania, LRA and ADF activity in Uganda and the surrounding Central African region and Zimbabwe; Special Report: Conflict Data Collection Practices: ACLED versus Others
Focus on: Burundi, Boko Haram’s declining regional presence, an ACLED working paper on Collective Action in North Africa, UN Peacekeeping Missions, Protest Cycles in Tunisia; Special Report: Calculating the Risk of Conflict-Related Mortality
Focus on: French Military Interventions in West Africa, Islamist Militancy and Counter Insurgency in North Africa, Nigeria Elections, South Africa; Special Report: The Targeting of Children in Conflict Zones
Focus on: DR-Congo, Libya, Nigeria, Peace Agreements, South Sudan, Tunisia; Special Report: Rape as a Weapon of Political Violence
Focus on: Algeria, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Egypt, Somalia, South Sudan; Special Report: ACLED Sources and Bias
Focus on: African overview in ACLED Version 5, Central African Republic, DR-Congo, Egypt, Kenya, Libya, Nigeria, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Special Report: Political Militias and Remote Violence in 2014