Gender Justice, Remedy and Reparation

Dyan Mazurana

April 27, 2016

Chancellor’s Conference Room, Quinn Administration Building, 3rd Floor, UMass Boston

Dyan Mazurana will discuss her research on the intersection of gender and women’s and children’s rights with processes of justice, remedy and reparation for serious crimes committed during armed conflict and under authoritarian regimes.  She’ll share findings from interviews with several hundred women and girl victims of war crimes and crimes against humanity and explore how their insights inform justice, remedy and reparation priorities and processes.
Dyan Mazurana’s areas of specialty include women, children and armed conflict, documenting serious crimes committed during conflict, and accountability, remedy and reparation. Her most recent book is Research Methods in Conflict Settings: A View From Below (Cambridge University Press, 2013) with Karen Jacobsen and Lacey Gale. She has published more than 80 scholarly and policy books, articles, and international reports in numerous languages.  She serves as an advisor to a number of governments, UN agencies and NGOs regarding protection of children and women during armed conflict and remedy and reparation in the aftermath of violence. She has worked in Afghanistan, the Balkans, Nepal and southern, west and east Africa. 
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