The Young African Leaders Journal of Development (YALJOD) is a biennial journal and an official publication of the Young African Leaders Forum (YALF). It was established in 2015 to host scholarly analysis and competing viewpoints about the development of Africa; and it’s multidisciplinary approach makes it more formidable.
YALJOD accepts papers from varied disciplinary areas — including Social Sciences, Physical Sciences and Humanities — that show direct relevance to the development of Africa. It publishes researches understood as the social, economic, political, cultural and technological processes of change in Africa.
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Current Volume: Volume 1 (2016)
The Revival of Representative Democracy in Nigeria and Its Impact on Sustainable Development
Olanrewaju Ojo Emupenne
Developmental Nationalism: The Role of the African Youth
Uzoigwe Chimezie Daniel
Education: A Pathway to Africa's Development (The Scrutiny)
Walusungu Lululukile Ngulube
Meaning, Nature and Scope of Conflict in Nigerian Workplaces
Theophilius Adekunle Tinuoye
Women's Role in Enhancing Innovation in Livestock Farming: A Gender Perspective
Amailuk Joseph R., Nasubo Fred E., and Njeri Njoroge E.
Democracy and Development in Africa: What Africans Require
Ugochukwu M. Ifoh
Ethnicity as a Synopsis of Africa's Under-Development: Way Forward
Pwakim Jacob Choji
Social Innovation and Social Enterprise: Integrating Mental Health Interventions
Jacob Waisawa Buganga and Dembe Annet
Radio Micah: A Communication Tool to Serve Agriculture in Africa
Akoueteh Charles and Okey Ogbonin Attivi
On Being an Entrepreneur: the Nigerian Perspective
Olayinka K. Binuomoyo
Religious Response to Sexual Violence: A Black Theology Perspective
"Black" Colonialism is the Leading Cause of Zimbabwe's Collapse