The politics of engagement
An interview with Liz O’Donnell
in Inside Accounts, Volume II
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This chapter details the experiences and efforts of a key political player in the peace process. Importantly, it also explores the role of women in an ostensibly male environment, how decision-making was influenced, how relations were developed, and questions what qualities and differences women brought to the peace process.


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