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Gender Peace And Conflict

Author: Inger Skjelsboek
Publisher: SAGE
ISBN: 9780761968535
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Gender is increasingly recognized as central to the study and analysis of the traditionally male domains of war and international relations. The book explores the key role of gender in peace research, conflict resolution and international politics. Rather than simply add gender and stir the aim is to transcend different disciplinary boundaries and conceptual approaches to provide a more integrated basis for research and study. To this end Gender, Peace & Conflict uniquely combines theoretical chapters alongside empirical case studies, to demonstrate the importance of a gender perspective to both theory and practice in conflict resolution and peace research.

Gender Peace And Conflict

Author: Inger Skjelsbæk
Publisher: Sage Publications Ltd
ISBN: 9780761968528
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Demonstrates the key role of a gender perspective - both practically and theoretically - in conflict resolution, peace research and international relations.

Gender Peace And Conflict

Author: Dan Smith
ISBN: 9781446220290
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Demonstrates the key role of a gender perspective - both practically and theoretically - in conflict resolution, peace research and international relations.

Gender Peace And Security

Author: Fredline M'Cormack-Hale
Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 1849290741
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Examines women's role in both conflict and post-conflict reconciliation. It describes how UNSCR 1325 provides support for women in peace-building processes and provides case studies of how it has been implemented in selected countries, including the benefits of NAPs and women's involvement in their adoption.

Gender Mainstreaming In Conflict Transformation

Author: Rawwida Baksh-Soodeen
Publisher: Commonwealth Secretariat
ISBN: 9780850927542
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Issues of socio-economic development, democracy and peace are linked to gender equality. This book argues that gender equality needs to be placed on the policy and programme agenda of the entire spectrum of peace and conflict-related initiatives and activities to achieve conflict transformation.

Gender Conflict And Peace In Kashmir

Author: Seema Shekhawat
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139916769
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This book demonstrates that gender is a key component of conflict and peace discourse. The marginalization of women in conflict and peace is all pervasive. Kashmir is a mirror image of this global scenario. Kashmiri women aided the militant movement in significant ways though they did not take part in direct combat. They played key roles to sustain and nourish the movement – as protestors, protectors and motivators, and facilitators. Their experiences of participation in the conflict, however, remain subdued by the dominant masculinist discourse. Kashmiri women are excluded from the militancy discourse as contributors as well as from peacemaking discourse as stakeholders. The study interrogates theory and practice of women's participation in conflict and argues that changed gender-roles during conflict do not necessarily revolutionize socially ascribed norms. The book also examines the experiences of women in sustaining conflict to make a case for their due place in negotiating formal peace.

Gender Peacebuilding And Reconstruction

Author: Caroline Sweetman
Publisher: Oxfam
ISBN: 9780855985332
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This collection of articles explores conflict prevention through development projects in places where resources are scarce, and age-old agreements between groups come under strain.

The Oxford Handbook Of Gender And Conflict

Author: Fionnuala Ní Aoláin
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199300984
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Traditionally, much of the work studying war and conflict has focused on men. Men commonly appear as soldiers, commanders, casualties, and civilians. Women, by contrast, are invisible as combatants, and, when seen, are typically pictured as victims. The field of war and conflict studies is changing: more recently, scholars of war and conflict have paid increasing notice to men as a gendered category and given sizeable attention to women's multiple roles in conflict and post-conflict settings. The Oxford Handbook of Gender and Conflict focuses on the multidimensionality of gender in conflict, yet it also prioritizes the experience of women, given both the changing nature of war and the historical de-emphasis on women's experiences. Today's wars are not staged encounters involving formal armies, but societal wars that operate at all levels, from house to village to city. Women are necessarily involved at each level. Operating from this basic intellectual foundation, the editors have arranged the volume into seven core sections: the theoretical foundations of the role of gender in violent conflicts; the sources for studying contemporary conflict; the conflicts themselves; the post-conflict process; institutions and actors; the challenges presented by the evolving nature of war; and, finally, a substantial set of case studies from across the globe. Genuinely comprehensive, this Handbook will not only serve as an authoritative overview of this massive topic, it will set the research agenda for years to come.

Gender As Category Of Analysis In Conflict And Peace Mediation

Author: Karina Oborune
Publisher: GRIN Verlag
ISBN: 3640640500
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Literature Review from the year 2010 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Peace and Conflict Studies, Security, grade: A-, Central European University Budapest, course: Gender, Politics and Intersectionality in Europe , language: English, abstract: The purpose of this literature review is to look at gender as a category of analysis in conflict and peace mediation. The analysis will provide the material basis for a research paper on “Gender and Conflict: Genocide in Rwanda” in the course “Gender, Politics and Intersectionality in Europe”. I put forward the thesis statement that genocide in Rwanda should be analysed in gender-specific terms and on different levels (individual, community) andat different phases (open-conflict, post-conflict). I have focused on papers by Cordula Reimann, who has a particular interest in largely hidden gender-specific sub-context of violent conflicts and their resolution. The literature review is divided into three parts. I begin with defining ‘gender’. The second part is the analysis of women’s and men’s different roles at various levels and phases of conflict. The third part deals with the question of what kind of checklist and indicators we need to take into account while analysing conflict in gender specific dimensions.

Gender And Peacebuilding

Author: Maureen P. Flaherty
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 0739192612
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Along with provocative theoretical and critical analyses of gender in Peace and Conflict Studies, this book shares concrete examples of peacebuilding work by women from various corners of the world book and highlights the need for a gendered lens in peacebuilding work