In this reader's comment on our publication Berghof Handbook Dialogue No. 10 on Peace Infrastructures, the authors, using the case of Nepal, show how a perspective based on people's peace needs may help clarify the concept of Infrastructure for Peace. They also reflect on practical implications and potential developments in Nepal's peace sector.
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9 November is widely regarded as a kind of “day of destiny” for the Germans.
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- Author(s) Hans-Joachim Giessmann
Experience the stories of female ex-combatants from diverse political, religious, ethnic and national backgrounds.
- feature 27 May 2020
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