Gender-based Violence in Emergencies
Author: Dharini Bhuvanendra, Rebecca Holmes, Sophie Read-Hamilton, Jeanne Ward, Alina Potts, Virginia Zuco, Dale Buscher, Aisha Bain, Marie-France Guimond, Claire Magone, Aurélie Lamazière, Sarah Cotton, Charlotte Nicol, Martha Thompson, Mary Okumu, Atema Eclai, Sarah House, Suzanne Ferron, Marni Sommer, Sue Cavill, Gina Pattugalan, Jean Casey, Kelly Hawrylyshyn
Overseas Development Institute (ODI)
This exchange focuses on gender-based violence (GBV) in humanitarian crises.
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Gender, Violence and Peace: A Post-2015 Development Agenda
Author: Hannah Wright, Sanne Tielemans
This brief proposes a way for including gender, peace and security in the Millennium Development Goals post-2015 framework.
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Conflicting Priorities in the Promotion of Gender Equality in Ethiopia
Author: Tom Lavers
United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD)
This paper talks about the legislation passed by the Ethiopian government granting equality between men and women in land rights, and a land registration program that requires the names of both husbands and wives on certificates.
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A Gender Sensitivity Resource Pack
Author: Nicola Johnston-Coeterier
This is a resource for facilitators who conduct outreach or training about gender and community safety-related issues at the local and district levels in Nepal, including violence against women and sexual violence.
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Are Malawian Adults Turning Pink?
Author: Tiyesere Mercy Jamali
This paper argues that Malawian adults’ opinions on the political leadership ability of women do not seem to be influenced by negative gender stereotypes.
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Gender and Dealing with the Past
Author: Sandra Rubli, Elisabeth Baumgartner
This paper examines the role of gender in “Dealing with the Past” (DwP) processes after a violent conflict, an authoritarian regime or an occupation.
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The Position of Women in the Armed Forces in the Western Balkans
Author: Muhamed Smajić, Željka Blagovčanin, Bekim Maksuti, Julijana Stojanova, Radmila Djakonović, Sanja Pejović, Mitar Kovač, Jovanka Šaranović, Dragan Tatomir, Ivan Zveržhanovski, Bojana Balon, Danijela Djurović
South Eastern and Eastern Europe Clearinghouse for the Control of Small Arms and Light Weapons (SEESAC)
This study provides statistical data on the participation of women in the armed forces of individual Western Balkan countries.
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Female Bodies and Masculine Norms
Author: Randi Solhjell, Ingvild Magnaes Gjelsvik
Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)
This report talks about gender perspectives in peace operations conducted by the UN and the African Union.
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