Nicola Busse

Kurve Wustrow, Germany

Nicola Busse is a social Anthropologist based in Germany. She has ample experience in working in Human Rights and Peace building in various countries such as Guatemala, Zimbabwe, Kenia and Occupied Territory of Palestine and Israel.

Currently she is part of the international coordinator team for Kurve exploration project in Sudan: ”Strengthening the voices of multi marginalised Women in the Sudanese transitional process” since 2020.

Increased Political Participation of Multiple Discriminated Women in Sudan

Virtual Session 20Act

Marginalized Sudanese women advocating on involvement of multiple discriminated and excluded groups in the transformation processes currently taking place in Sudan as well as vis-à-vis international actors.

Nicola Busse is a social Anthropologist based in Germany. She has ample experience in working in Human Rights and Peace building in various countries such as Guatemala, Zimbabwe, Kenia and Occupied Territory of Palestine and Israel.

Currently she is part of the international coordinator team for Kurve exploration project in Sudan: ”Strengthening the voices of multi marginalised Women in the Sudanese transitional process” since 2020.

Increased Political Participation of Multiple Discriminated Women in Sudan

Virtual Session 20Act

Marginalized Sudanese women advocating on involvement of multiple discriminated and excluded groups in the transformation processes currently taking place in Sudan as well as vis-à-vis international actors.

The FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum is a series of events on current and overarching challenges and trends in peacebuilding. With the Peacebuilding Forum, we want to provide future-oriented impulses for the development of peacebuilding and strengthen the visibility and importance of the policy field in its entirety.

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