Women give their perspectives on peace in east Sudan
The article explores the perspectives of women in Eastern Sudan on peace and conflict. It highlights the challenges faced by women in the region, including poverty, lack of education, and limited political participation. The article also discusses the historical context of conflict in Eastern Sudan and the role of international aid in the region. The researchers gathered the women’s perspectives through interviews and focus group discussions. The article concludes by emphasizing the importance of including women’s perspectives in peacebuilding efforts and addressing the root causes of conflict in Eastern Sudan.
This article was originally published by the Christen Michelsen Institute (CMI).
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