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From a Refugee Camp to Bradford University

Tesfalem H. Yemane is a current Peace Sutdies MA at the University of Bradford. Originally from Eritrea, he is a scholar at risk and refugee. 1,010 more words


The challenges of Transitional Justice in Zimbabwe

In the contemporary world, many people are increasingly preoccupied and determined to deal with their past, so that it does not interfere with the present and blur the future. 3,808 more words


The Second Opportunity: Education, Peacebuilding, and Transformative Justice in Colombia

Traditionally, transitional justice and children’s education have been considered as two separate fields with little crossover. Education and children’s participation more broadly fit uneasily with legalistic paradigms of transitional justice, which prioritise fighting impunity, delivering truth and reparations, and top-down institutional reform. 3,132 more words


Cyprus closest to unification in 40 years

Cyprus is closer than ever to ending its four-decade-old partition and the two sides could agree on the text of a deal by May, followed by a referendum, a senior Turkish Cypriot official said on Wednesday. 649 more words

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Women, Peace and Security in Myanmar

The Annual Civil Society Dialogue on Women, Peace and Security was established in response to the release of the Australian National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security 2012-2018. 190 more words

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International peacebuilding capacity: taking the courageous option

Sometimes here in London, you wait an hour for a bus, then three come along at once. The UN seems to be facing a similar phenomenon: you wait several years for a policy review, and then ten come along at once…  Not only has the new set of… 1,269 more words