Liberia section added

26 January 2010: We've today added Liberia to the regions covered on Insight on Conflict. Liberia is still recovering from a brutal Civil War that lasted over a decade, ending in 2003, and over the coming months we will be adding information on the many active peacebuilding organisations there.

We've today added Liberia to the regions covered on Insight on Conflict. Liberia is still recovering from a brutal Civil War that lasted over a decade, ending in 2003, and over the coming months we will be adding information on the many active peacebuilding organisations there. Peacebuilding in Liberia came to wide public attention with the film 'Pray the Devil Back to Hell' in 2008, and the experiences of local peacebuilders there will certainly of great interest. Information for this section will be prepared by a new Local Correspondent, Siatta Scott-Johnson. We've only started the section, so don't have a huge amount of information there just yet, but please check back soon.

Posted by Ruairi Nolan, Insight on Conflict, 26 January 2010

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Bala Ango on July 20, 2010, 4:12 p.m.

certificate obtained during the United Mission in Liberia

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