Africa’s forgotten war: The Western Sahara conflict
Africa’s forgotten war: The Western Sahara conflict Author: Mihir Yedur Much of Africa was born into conflict due to hasty and problematic decolonization mandates that were undertaken by colonial powers in response to growing pressure from the UN and a large part of the civilized world. Apart from leaving questions
Food Security and Conflicts. Case Study: Anglophone Crisis, Cameroon
Food Security and Conflicts. Case Study: Anglophone Crisis, Cameroon Author: John Carlvin Piyinchu There is a tragic link between conflict and hunger and how it still pervades far too much of the world. We need better and quicker access in all conflict zones, so we can get to more of
Peace and World History: A Historiographic Review
Peace and World History: A Historiographic Review Author: Ross Ryan Translated into English by Silvana Gordillo González Most world history books are really histories of collective violence, especially war. There are many reasons for this, including the undisputable transformative power of violence to create and destroy social and political systems,
Ojos de Migrante
Ojos de Migrante Autor: Carlos Palomino I Los ojos no juzgan, estos no segregan. Desconocen de arbitrariedades. Los ojos ofrecen un vaso de agua y siempre sostienen un abrigo. Los ojos no muestran intolerancia. II Los ojos de migrante reflejan esperanza, la mascarilla los resalta, los torna un faro en
“I don’t even know whether he is still alive or not”: Enforced disappearances in Indonesia
“I don’t even know whether he is still alive or not”: Enforced disappearances in Indonesia Author: Aldo Marchiano Kaligis “Until today, I still keep my son’s National Identity Card and his name on the Family Card. So how can I forget him? How can the government forget him?“ When I
Statelessness in the Dominican Republic: A Challenge to Achieving Peace
Statelessness in the Dominican Republic: A Challenge to Achieving Peace Author: Micely Díaz Espaillat Translated into English by Silvana Gordillo González September 23, 2013, marked a milestone in the legitimization of institutional racism in the Dominican Republic. The Dominican Constitutional Court, supreme body for the interpretation and control of the
Africa’s forgotten war: The Western Sahara conflict
Food Security and Conflicts. Case Study: Anglophone Crisis, Cameroon
Peace and World History: A Historiographic Review
Ojos de Migrante
“I don’t even know whether he is still alive or not”: Enforced disappearances in Indonesia
Statelessness in the Dominican Republic: A Challenge to Achieving Peace
Vacuna ¿Para todas las personas? Desigualdades estructurales en Latinoamérica
El coronel tiene quien le escriba
Positive Peace: A Quantitative Approach to Peacebuilding
Apps del Ciclo Menstrual y el Derecho a la Privacidad
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