- oD 50.50
Peacebuilding describes an array of practices and actors, from state level and track two diplomacy to grassroots inter-communal activism and even interpersonal reconciliation or restorative justice. It is often thought of in terms of the direct intervention of third party actors such as international NGOs or UN peacekeeping missions in the aftermath of conflict, or the war to peace transition. Increasingly, local grassroots peacebuilding is gaining traction in policy and practitioner circles.
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