This year’s PRAXIS focuses on those at the margins of society, whoare often left behind by international protection mechanisms, and shedslight on several key gaps in the international community’s approachesto conflict resolution, social cohesion, and reconciliation. In eacharticle, our authors bring challenges encountered in the field togetherwith recommendations for changes at the institutional level.
Human Security at the Margins
Liberia’s Truth Commission Report: Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights in Transitional Justice
Education Amidst Conflict: The Youth Challenge
Unsafe Haven: Security Challenges Facing LGBT Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Turkey
Neil Grungras, Rachel Levitan, and Amy Slotek
McMafia and Economic GangstersCorruption and Conflict: A Review of
Reflections on Liberian Refugee Repatriation from Ghana
Notes on U.S. Africa Command Operations in Mali
An Interview with Cynthia Enloe: The Gendered Dynamics of Foreign Policy
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