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Understanding the Youth Conflict and Sustainable Development Initiative Model (Part 1)

Conflict is a natural phenomenon. It is as old as human beings. Conflict is a state of disharmony caused by the actual or perceived opposition of demand, value and interest. Conflicts can be internal [inside] or external [between two or more individuals]. Conflict as a concept can help explain many aspects of social life, such as social differences, conflicts of interest, and struggles between individuals, groups or organizations. Conflicts in the social environment can lead to pressure or tension among stakeholders and are seen as working towards certain goals. When interpersonal conflicts occur, their impact is usually broader than the two people involved, and can affect the collective individual needs and relationships more or less in an unfavorable and sometimes humorous manner.

Conflict is not only one of the main problems of any particular continent, but also affects the international community. Conflict is just a lack of peace. In the context of community or society, people gradually introduce a sense of humor. If this is the case, what is the root cause of the conflict? Let me look at this issue from an African perspective, especially in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria. Conflict does not mean that people are involved in riots, or economically inhuman or unjust, and conflicts may be inside one person. Regardless of the nature of the conflict, whether or not it goes beyond our research on the escalation of individualized conflicts.

Scholars, peace and security experts and conflict management professionals have brainstormed on a number of recurrent and long-term conflicts involving ageing, youth and government. The answer to this is very cumbersome; the least important is including but not limited to the following:

o insufficient resources

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o Environmental and economic degradation, etc.

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o common attitude

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o Social and economic difficulties

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o uneven panic resource allocation

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o Environmental deterioration and spillover

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o The government is not hot or cold for the development of the community and Ariel

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o Lack of social infrastructure, etc.

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o boundary problem

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o International/community conflict

Indeed, after a young person completes his/her studies, the expectation is to find a job and start in various careers. One government denies these full support, entrepreneurial guidance and civil liberties for timid and all inclusive young people; in most cases the results always lead to national or sectarian violence, armed conflict and piracy. When expectations are high and strategically impossible, for example, resources are not available; the resulting results can lead to continuous riots, and theft only mentions some. In particular, the disease can lead to internal conflicts. The internal crisis has evolved when people are sick, unable to afford appropriate medical insurance or have access to available treatment in the area, which is known as the “preliminary phase of conflict”.

Conflicts of interests, values, actions or directions often lead to conflicts; conflicts refer to the existence of conflicts. Psychologically, when one reduction of incentive stimulus leads to an increase in another stimulus stimulus, the conflict exists, which requires new variable adjustments to the demand and characteristic factors. Potential conflict situations do mean that there are already directional conflicts, even if conflicts may not have occurred. However, conflicts depict, in vulgar and academic terms, the natural disagreements that arise from individuals or groups with different attitudes, beliefs, values, or needs. Needless to say, the causes of conflicts vary, some of which are indicative and known, while others are synergistic and morphological.

In addition to the detailed analysis in the previous chapters, some of the basic methods of dealing with conflicts can be based on the following:

– Accommodation – Give up your needs and hope to accommodate the other party.

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– Avoid – Avoid or delay conflicts by ignoring or postponing conflicts, changing topics, etc. Avoid expedient measures that can be used as a purchase time or as an expedient method to deal with very minor non-recurring conflicts. In more serious cases, avoiding conflicts may involve cutting off relationships or leaving a group.

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– Collaboration – Working together to find mutually beneficial conflict resolutions must be based on appropriate trust, respect or communication among the participants.

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– Compromise – Find an intermediate position that everyone is satisfied with.

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– When achieving a person's goal more than one person's concern for the relationship, it is useful to actively argue that one person's view of the potential cost of another person. It is very important that these capabilities be built in the younger generation to enable them to make rational decisions.

Youth violence is the result of high unemployment. Today, young people in all aspects of Nigeria’s economic and social and political life are often abused by politicians, especially their selfish and political interests during the campaign. The best way to curb violence is to educate young people and young people about non-violence and individual rights and the need to embrace peace. They should be empowered to protect their country from political abuse and gain political miles and the importance of ethnic division.

Massive unemployment

Nigerians, especially young people, are troubled by the massive unemployment and underemployment in the Niger Delta. It is not that they do not understand it, nor is it the social and economic dehumanization of the people of the country that comes with it. Instead, it tells the current government that it is time to regard it as a past national experience rather than the current national experience. The World Bank, Transparency International and other monitoring international organizations have a large number of statistics on the country’s worrying unemployment rate. There is no need for knowledge and statistical exercises in this discussion, but put this issue at the origin, because there are many victims of this quagmire in this area, I personally interviewed before anything else. More than 60% of the active and productive population of the Niger Delta are unemployed.

Since 1982, public embargoes have been imposed on employment in federal and state governments. Think about the young military who graduated from secondary and higher education institutions, who were excluded from work because low levels and degradable industrialization would naturally make the government the highest employer of the workforce. Even children born in the 1983-1990s are now involuntarily joined by men and women in the unemployed army and are dehumanized in Nigeria's social economy. As a citizen of this great country, the average consciousness of Nigerians has been defeated and is now a citizen of a resource-rich country. This is the irony of Nigerians, but we are killing like the poorest countries in Africa.

Until the early 1980s, Nigeria’s huge trade deficit and international debt burden severely shut down the import of important raw materials, and the private sector was a viable employer of the workforce. Gradually, many other active companies either collapsed or staggered below their production capacity. The inevitable consequence of this situation is the door to large-scale layoffs and new jobs for workers. Once again, we dare to say that the localization law is patriotic because it transfers foreign companies to Nigerians to a large extent, but fails to consider our experience and technical capabilities to profitably operate these businesses. These companies have to put their employees into the labor market. In my sustainability proposal, I recommend that youth in the Niger Delta should be involved through skills acquisition institutions and programs that instill the necessary technical skills and manpower into youth.

The unemployment rate in cities affects each other, including the relationship with the macroeconomic life of the rural population. Statistics show that most Nigerians are in abject poverty and economic deprivation. Our rural population still maintains a subsistence level and relies heavily on financial repatriation of urban relatives and women to finance education, health care and other financially intensive projects.

To this end, unemployment in the government and industrial sectors has multiplied our large rural population, creating a bad situation for an idle and regulated economic population. Thanks to the Nigerians of European and American nationals who spend millions of dollars each year to maintain the vitality of their families through a thick and weak exchange. The consequences of massive unemployment in Nigeria are at least ominous.

poverty

In 2005, Transparency International ranked Nigeria as 152 of the world's 157 poorest countries, as more than 50% of Nigerians live on less than $1 a day. Since we have seen regrettable evidence of poverty in urban and rural areas, there is no blackmail. The World Bank also estimates that only 1% of Nigerians benefit from the huge oil revenues of these countries, and most of our oil revenues are attributed to the White Elephant Project, such as the Arts and Culture Festival launched by General Obama in 1977; others End with a boring contract and a foreign private account. The FESTAC building in Lagos is known as the National Theatre and is now a study for robbers and public toilets. How wasteful!

In most families, the tragic and unbalanced diet of the day is now a luxury, and accommodation in urban areas is a mirage for most Nigerians because we cannot afford to rent gallops. Medical insurance is beyond the reach of Nigerians because our dilapidated hospitals are just counseling and prescription centers. Helpless Nigerians leave…

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