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Hilde Wallacher

Hilde Wallacher holds a master’s degree in the theory and practice of human rights from the University of Oslo. She has done research on gender-based violence, gender mainstreaming in mine action, and arms trade and disarmament issues at the Peace Research Institute Oslo. She is currently working for Norwegian Church Aid as a political adviser on humanitarian affairs.

Research areas:  Inclusivity and gender

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Facilitating dialogue between Filipina and Colombian women
Quilt by women\'s group in Manila, by morocconmary under CC license on Flickr Hilde Wallacher 22 November 2012
On May 16th 2012 PRIO hosted the Oslo leg of the Conciliation Resources European Tour, in co-opoeration with NOREF and the Forum for Women and Development (FOKUS). An audience composed of researchers, activists and practitioners in the field of peace and women’s rights listened to a self-reflective, nuanced and interesting set of accou... more  

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