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As well as profiling 700 peacebuilding organisations in 21 regions, we also feature debate and discussion on peacebuilding, as well as a range of resources and newsletters. Over the last year, we have published over 100 blog posts and published 12 editions of our Monthly Newsletter, featuring dozens of links to the latest in peacebuilding research. We have also launched our Peacebuilder Bulletin, going out monthly in English, French and Spanish to peacebuilding organisations around the world.
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