Rebuilding dignified lives: Gender in peacebuilding in Burundi

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Rebuilding dignified lives: Gender in peacebuilding in Burundi

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The post-independence history of Burundi until 2005 has been largely marked by violent conflict and genocide, the numerous legacies of which continue to cast their shadow over Burundian society. The peacebuilding process remains a fragile one. Nonetheless, since the end of the civil war, Burundians at all levels have been rebuilding their individual and family lives as well as those of their communities.

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Henri Myrttinen and Pierre Claver Nsengiyumva

Publisher

International Alert

Date

2014

Language

English

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https://www.international-alert.org/publications/rethinking-gender-peacebuilding-burundi

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Gender_RethinkingGenderPeacebuildingBurundi_EN_2014.pdf

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Henri Myrttinen and Pierre Claver Nsengiyumva, “Rebuilding dignified lives: Gender in peacebuilding in Burundi,” Women's Knowledge Digital Library, accessed May 23, 2022, https://womensdigitallibrary.org/items/show/840.

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