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Unveiling Women as Pillars of Peace Peace Building in Communities Fractured by Conflict in Kenya. An Interim Report.

Juma, Monica Kathina
June 4, 2015

Source: (2000) New York: Management Development and Governance Division, Bureau for Development Policy, United Nations Development Program

This monograph presents the experiences of peace workers, called hereafter “pillars of
peace,� in initiating and nurturing peace in post conflict situations in Kenya. It goes beyond the
familiar images of women as victims of war and documents the many ways women contribute to
rebuilding communities fractured by conflict. (excerpt)


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