Constructing space for refugee voices in national peacebuilding processes
The search for sustainable peace after conflict has pushed refugees onto the global peacebuilding agenda, and these days it is common for national peacebuilding processes to extend their reach to those living in exile. This is significant because ordinarily, our modern political system considers the citizen the proper subject of political life, and refugees typically struggle to be seen and heard in national processes. This article examines two examples of refugee participation in...[Show more]
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