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Construction de la Paix en Colombien

Bulletin du Centre FrancoPaix article [in French] contributed by GDL member Diego Osorio, December 2016:

Construction de la paix et les besoins de transformations
sociales: le cas colombien

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Diego Osorio

Diego is an international advisor and consultant with 19 years of experience in fragile states, public administration and conflict and peace operations covering the UN, NATO, the World Bank, Canadian diplomacy and private sector ventures.

Diego has worked on fragility, social innovation, complex systems, institutional/social reconstruction, civil-military coordination and humanitarian issues in Afghanistan, Iraq, Kosovo, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Jordan, Timor Leste, Colombia, Pakistan, Indonesia (Banda Aceh), Liberia, Iraq and many other countries. He has also served as Senior Peacekeeping Officer at Global Affairs Canada.

He is an advisor to the Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue, an associate fellow of both the Raoul-Dandurand Chair in Strategic and Diplomatic Studies at the Université du Québec à Montréal and the Montreal Institute for Genocide and Human Rights Studies, and a lecturer/researcher in humanitarian action, reconciliation/mediation, post-conflict recovery and urban conflict at universities in Canada and abroad.

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