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Women’s Political Representation in Sri Lanka: Leading towards Prosperity or Peril
Pujika Rathnayake

This paper argues that greater representation of women in Sri Lanka's parliament and local government institutions, and greater gender sensitivity in general, will have substantially positive implications for the country, including accelerating the post-conflict reconciliation and recovery process.

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Inclusive Transitional Justice through Truth Commissions: A Book Review
Amos Izerimana

Title: Getting the Truth out of Truth Commissions: Lessons Learned from Five Case Studies

Author(s): Johannes Langer (editor), Miguel Barreto Henriques, Pedro Valenzuela

Publisher: Editorial Bonaventuriana, 2018

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Strategies for building awareness for the potential of peace education in Cameroon
Ben Oru Mforndip

Peace education is yet to become a reality in Cameroon. This it seems because many persons do not know about it or better still because many persons are not aware of its benefits. Though unaware or ignorant about peace education, there are lots and lots of conditions that warrant the teaching of peace education in Cameroon. The purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the strategies for building awareness about peace education and to show that there are conditions that necessitate the teaching of peace education in Cameroon.

Keywords: Strategies, Building awareness, potentials, Peace, Education, Pedagogy.

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