Violence has once again taken hold of the West African nation of Sierra Leone. A panel talks about conflicting perceptions of Sierra Leone’s problems, what went wrong this time around, and what actions by the international community could help.

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  • Isha Dyfan International Women's League representative to the United Nations
  • Salih Booker Executive Director of Africa Action

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