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Alle Wangen küssen - eine Auseinandersetzung mit Konflikt(lösung) im globalen Süden

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Dieses Kapitel ist aus der Perspektive einer schwarzen südafrikanischen Frau und langjährigen Aktivistin verfasst. Die Auseinandersetzung legt einen Schwerpunkt auf Südafrika, bezieht aber zudem andere Länder im globalen Süden ein.

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