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The UNESCO Courier: Post-conflict: Reconstructing for tomorrow
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The UNESCO Courier: Post-conflict: Reconstructing for tomorrowAfghanistan, Iraq, Lebanon, and Rwanda: after periods of conflict, reconstruction and reconciliation do not come so easily.

The latest issue of the UNESCO Courier takes an in-depth look at Post-conflict: Reconstructing for tomorrow.


  • Iraq: must cultural heritage be a casualty of war?
  • Lebanon: the scars of war
  • Iraq: when school isnít a safe place anymore
  • Rwanda: when women set the example
  • Post-conflict situations can be worse than the conflicts themselves
Read the UNESCO Courier, December 2006 issue

Document Type Online Magazine
Author(s) UNESCO
Website (URL) http://www.unesco.org/en/courier
Publisher UNESCO
Publication Year 05-12-2006
Series Title The UNESCO Courier
Related UNESCO Themes Human Rights
Keywords conflict, post-conflict

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