ACLED Conflict Trends reports are monthly updates on political violence 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.
2014 Conflict Trends reports
Focus on: DR-Congo, Libya, Mali, Mozambique; Special Report: IEDs and Remote Violence
Focus on: Cameroon, Egypt and North Africa, South Africa, South Sudan, Zimbabwe; Special Report: Ebola and Conflict in West Africa
Focus on: Burundi, Egypt, Libya, Nigeria, Sudan and Zambia.
Focus on: Cameroon, Mozambique, Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda.
Focus on: Central African Republic, DR-Congo, and the role of minerals in conflict; Kenya; Mali; Nigeria; Special Report: State Fragility
Focus on: Central African Republic, Kenya, Mali, Malawi, Nigeria, Senegal, South Sudan
Focus on: Algeria, Central African Republic, DR-Congo, Malawi, South Africa, Tunisia. Special Report: Boko Haram and the Lord’s Resistance Army – Some Parallels
Focus on: Central Africa and the Great Lakes Region (Burundi, Central African Republic, DR-Congo, Rwanda, Uganda), Madagascar, South Sudan, Sudan. Special Report: Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Focus on: Central African Republic, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan
Focus on: African overview of fatalities in Version 4 of ACLED dataset, Central African Republic, Kenya, Mozambique, South Sudan
Focus on: African overview in ACLED Version 4, Central African Republic, DR-Congo, Nigeria, North Africa (Algeria, Egypt, Libya), Somalia, South Sudan
2013 and 2012 Conflict Trends reports