Kup women for peace: women taking action to build peace and influence community decision-making
Women have played, and continue to play, a prominent and critical role in conflict resolution and peace-making processes in many different parts of the world. Women in the highlands of Papua New Guinea are no exception. Drawing on my experience as a founding member of Kup Women for Peace, I shall discuss the origins, character and progress of some recent womens initiatives in Simbu Province directed at stopping endemic tribal fighting and building the foundations of a just and sustainable...[Show more]
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