Reconciliation in Sierra Leone: Local Processes Yield Global Lessons

Hoffman, Elisabeth

Volume 32, Issue 2. Summer Six years after the civil war in Sierra Leone, civilians still grapple with the consequences of atrocities committed by their neighbors. International peace-building efforts often neglect the grassroots level, but adopting traditional village practices of forgiveness and reconciliation has proven potential to heal fractured societal ties.

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