As the survey results on exposure to violence suggest, the war has caused widespread loss and trauma for Liberians. Addressing this legacy of violence is a critical element toward rebuilding a more peaceful and secure environment. The survey asked a series of open-ended questions to explore both what Liberians believe is necessary to build a lasting peace, and what should be done for survivors of the civil wars. A second series of questions sought to develop a better understanding of how post-war disputes are being resolved.
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