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Conflict, Transition and Possibilities for Peace in Nepal: Challenges to Engagement, Practice and Scholarship

Conflict, Transition and Possibilities for Peace in Nepal: Challenges to Engagement, Practice and Scholarship
(hosted in collaboration with Martin Chautari with support from University of Edinburgh and International Alert)
3–4 July, 2010, Kathmandu

A two-day workshop was held at Nepal Tourism Board with twelve presenters, six on the first day and the remaining on the second day, in order to stimulate dialogue on as well as evaluate the effects and outcomes of the policies and approaches mobilised for the peace process in Nepal. The papers presented at the workshop draw on critical aspects related to the peace process such as transformations in the Maoist movement; integration and rehabilitation of former combatants; addressing victims of the conflict; international aid, its influence and impacts on conflict transformation and peace building; civil society, its role and relations with the state in reconciliation processes.