WMO Conflict Insight

Welcome to WMO Conflict Insight, an expert’s hub where international exchange takes place. This section enables you to meet and connect with international high-end experts, activists, and researchers from the field of global peace, international mediation, and transcultural conflict management. For academic credits and citations, this blog journal holds the International Standard Serial Number – ISSN: 2628-6998. How to cite this journal: Author, Date of the post, WMO Conflict Insight, Title of the post, ISSN: 2628-6998, https://worldmediation.org/conflict-insight.

An outlook on the Sabarimala issue

The Sabarimala issue is a tug-of-war between women’s fundamental right to equality under article 14 and the believer’s right to freely practice religion under 24 and 25 of ‘The Constitution

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Wer laut ist, hat nicht immer Recht

Das ist alles garnicht so einfach. Eltern müssen heutzutage definitiv mehr leisten, als in früheren Zeiten. Oder anders gesagt, unser Leben ist anders strukturiert und verlangt uns mehr ab. Wie

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Biodiversity and Conflict in Nepal

The Government of Nepal is planning to construct a new international airport as the capacity of Nepal’s currently only international airport in Kathmandu has reached its limits. Apart from the

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The Bhutanese Refugee Crisis

According to Erdmann, conflict means two or more viewpoints, attitudes, expectations, or strategic approaches collide. Conflicts are a part of human relationships, on personal, industrial, community, national, or international level.

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The New Maoist Conflict In Nepal

Following a decade-long insurgency and a tumultuous peace process, a new conflict might be in the making in Nepal (Adhikari 2019). After the civil war ended in Nepal, the Government

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The Madhesi Conflict

Crisis on the Nepal-India border as blockade continues: Three million Nepalese children under the age of five are at risk of death due to a shortage of fuel, food, and

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