Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2811-2407
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/IJAH
Start Year: 2020

Integrity Journal of Arts and Humanities (IJAH) (DOI: 10.31248/IJAH) is peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, perspective, perspectives etc. in all areas of Arts and Humanities. Integrity Journal of Arts and Humanities publishes bimonthly and all published articles are freely accessible on the journal website. Hard... Continue here

CURRENT ISSUE (Vol.5 (1) April 2024)

Assessment Of The Economic Community Of West African States (ecowas) 1999 And 2001 Protocols In The Resolution Of The Gambian Post-election Crisis
This study sought to appraise two Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Protocols; the Protocol on Conflict Prevention (1999) and the Democracy and Good Governance Protocol (2001), and how they address the political security challenge in Gambian. In resolving the Gambian crisis, ECOWAS adopted some of its already established protocols such as the... Continue here

The Post-independence Nigerian Environment And Economic Development: An Historical Survey
Environment plays a vital role in shaping and determining the level of progress achievable by man, both individually and collectively in various fields of endeavour. Man, and his environment are inseparably bound together, as the environment provides him the platform for the expression and demonstration of his inherent potentials and skills as a gregarious and... Continue here

The Power Of Sacrifice And Word In Igbo Magical Powers
Sacrifice is a religious act in which an object is offered to supernatural beings in order to build up, maintain or restore a right relationship of men to pure or perfect order. It is an essential means of restitution of vital force. Sacrifice is an important aspect of every religion and occultic practices. Magicians are seen performing different kinds of... Continue here

Patriarchal Politics And Women Representation In Governance In Nigeria, 1999-2023
In some parts of Africa, discriminatory laws and policies restrict women's access to certain occupations and limit their property ownership rights. This limits women's political and economic participation, decreases their income-earning potential, and perpetuates gender inequality, hindering economic growth and poverty reduction. Nigeria as a post-colonial... Continue here

Exploring The History Of Colonial Towns As Centres Of National Integration: The Example Of Kafanchan Town, 1926-2011
This paper is a critical inquiry into the process and evolution and urbanization of Kafanchan Town from 1926 to 2011. It is based on the appreciation of the impact of British colonial rule in Nigeria as against the usual dismissive Marxist approach to studying European activities in Africa. The research methodology adopted is an interpretation of both primary... Continue here