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This report is an outcome of the workshop "Aceh under martial law: Conflict, violence and displacement", held at the RSC on 20 May 2004. Coinciding with the announcement of the cessation of martial law in Aceh on the 19 May 2004 the workshop brought together academics and practitioners to exchange perspectives and expertise to focus analysis and debate on recent developments in Aceh. Participants explored obstacles and opportunities for the long-term resolution of this protracted conflict. The workshop format allowed for the kind of analytical reflection and advocacy orientation that, it is hoped, policy makers might find especially useful.

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