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Field Dispatch: The Need for a Single Peace Process in Africa’s Great Lakes Region

From the Enough Project:

This report is based on recent field research conducted by Enough Project field staff in Uganda, at the site of the Kampala Peace Talks, and on the front lines of combat between the Congolese military and M23 rebels near the area of Mutaho, just north of Goma, North Kivu province. It addresses the escalating security situation in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and calls for a single, coordinated peace process to ensure peace in the region. 

By Aaron Hall  | Jul 31, 2013

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