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International conferences with The Kolo: WCCC bring together women and allies internationally
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Kolo Informed Practices have occurred across the world, in the "hottest spots" of life and environmental crisis.
Jalalabad, Afghanistan 2014
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The Kolo: Women’s Cross-Cultural Collaboration centers itself in collaboration. Below explore the ways we collaborate, modelling the motion of Moist Mother Earth.
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Conferences internationally bring together vast memory banks of experience and tacit knowledge for synthesis
With over 17 years of The Kolo: WCCC work in the field is synthesized and presented to peers and colleagues.
Since 1999, The Kolo: WCCC has been in the field, collaborating with war crimes survivors with the Kolo Trauma Treatment
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Over sixteen years in Bosnia with war crime surviviors, a synthesis has since produced two books