8 Sep
Peace in Afghanistan, the Civil Society Way | IPS
By Giuliano Battiston
More than a decade after the fall of the Taliban, Afghanistan is still in the midst of an irregular war. Talking peace is difficult because no one quite knows who to talk to.
The efforts gain significance coming ahead of the UN General Assembly meeting Sep. 14 on promoting a culture of peace. As officials talk, more ground-level efforts are being led by civil society groups.
FULL ARTICLE (IPS)
Photo: UK Ministry of Defence/Flickr

Peace in Afghanistan, the Civil Society Way | IPS

By Giuliano Battiston

More than a decade after the fall of the Taliban, Afghanistan is still in the midst of an irregular war. Talking peace is difficult because no one quite knows who to talk to.

The efforts gain significance coming ahead of the UN General Assembly meeting Sep. 14 on promoting a culture of peace. As officials talk, more ground-level efforts are being led by civil society groups.

FULL ARTICLE (IPS)

Photo: UK Ministry of Defence/Flickr

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