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Dear WDR team Is anything going to be written about in situations like Nepal and Darjeeling, woman were actively recruited or joined resistance movements? Some of the reasons why women played a relatively active role in these conflicts were: 1. They joined voluntarily, and believed in the cause 2. They were forced. 3. They joined in some cases in frustration perhaps, or desperation as they lost loved ones. 4. In the case of Maoists, it is said that the leadership believed that women made better leaders than men and had more discipline. Look forward to hearing about any material that you will be covering, the debates, issues and concerns, particularly about the challenges of reconciliation and reintegration during the transition period. Best Rima