Civil Society: Participating in peace processes

Jan 2005
Peace processes which only include political and military players are potentially dangerous. Celia McKeon of Conciliation Resources explains why civil society's role is crucial in her chapter in 'People building peace II'.

The Mozambican peace process in perspective 

Jan 1998

Mozambique’s 16–year civil war ended in October 1992 with the General Peace Agreement signed in Rome. Politically stable for over a decade despite extreme poverty and social dislocation, the country’s peace negotiations and the lasting agreements that were reached deserve close study.

Sealing the past, facing the future: Trauma healing in rural Mozambique

The Mozambican peace process in perspective 
Jan 1998
Accord Mozambique: Sealing the past
Alcinda Honwana discusses how traditional healing practices are popular and bring stability to post-conflict communities, and how future justice mechanisms should be based on local demands.

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