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  1. Research

    War in the Blood: Sex, Politics and AIDS in Southeast Asia

    Beyrer, Chris. 1998. War in the Blood: Sex, Politics and AIDS in Southeast Asia. London: Zed Books.

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    Topics: Governance, Health, HIV/AIDS, Reproductive Health, Livelihoods, Sexual livelihoods, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Rights, Human Rights, Sexuality, Trafficking, Drug Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Sex Trafficking Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Cambodia, China, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam

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    Education, Diversity, and Inclusion in Burmese Refugee Camps in Thailand

    Oh, Su-Ann, and Marc van der Stouwe. 2008. “Education, Diversity, and Inclusion in Burmese Refugee Camps in Thailand.” Comparative Education Review 52 (4): 589–617.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Ethnic/Communal Wars, Displacement & Migration, Refugees, Refugee/IDP Camps, Education, Gender, Women, Nationalism, NGOs Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Myanmar, Thailand

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    Accessing Maternal Health Services in Eastern Burma

    Douoguih, Macaya. 2008. “Accessing Maternal Health Services in Eastern Burma.” PLoS Medicine 5 (12): 1645-6.

    Topics: Gender, Women, Health, Reproductive Health Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Myanmar

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    Burma and Cambodia: Human Rights, Social Disruption, and the Spread of HIV/AIDS

    Beyrer, Chris. 1998. “Burma and Cambodia: Human Rights, Social Disruption, and the Spread of HIV/AIDS.” Health and Human Rights 2 (4): 84–97.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Civil Wars, Health, HIV/AIDS, Rights, Human Rights, Violence Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Cambodia, Myanmar

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    Shan women and girls and the sex industry in South Asia; political causes and human rights implications

    Beyrer, Chris. 2001. “Shan women and girls and the sex industry in South Asia; political causes and human rights implications.” Social Science & Medicine 53, 543-50.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Civil Wars, Gender, Women, Girls, Health, HIV/AIDS, Rights, Human Rights, Women's Rights, Sexual Violence, Rape, Sexual Exploitation and Abuse, Sexual Slavery, Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Sex Trafficking Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Myanmar, Thailand Keywords: Shan, Burma, Trafficking, human rights, HIV/AIDS, sex industry

  6. Research

    Transborder Migration, Social Reproduction and Economic Development: A Case Study of Burmese Women Workers in Thailand

    Kusakabe, Kyoko, and Ruth Pearson. 2010. “Transborder Migration, Social Reproduction and Economic Development: A Case Study of Burmese Women Workers in Thailand.” International Migration 48 (6): 13–43. 

    Topics: Development, Displacement & Migration, Migration, Economies, Gender, Women, Livelihoods Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Myanmar, Thailand

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    The MOM Project: Delivering Maternal Health Services among Internally Displaced Populations in Eastern Burma

    Mullany, Luke C., Catherine I. Lee, Palae Paw, Eh Kalu Shwe Oo, Cynthia Maung, Heather Kuiper, Nicole Mansenior, Chris Beyrer, and Thomas J. Lee. 2008. “The MOM Project: Delivering Maternal Health Services among Internally Displaced Populations in Eastern Burma.” Reproductive Health Matters 16 (31): 44–56.

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    Topics: Displacement & Migration, IDPs, Gender, Women, Health, Reproductive Health Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Myanmar Keywords: antenatal care, childbirth, emergency obstetric care, misoprostol, internal displacement, Burma

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    Exploring Barriers to Higher Education in Protracted Refugee Situations: The Case of Burmese Refugees in Thailand

    Zeus, Barbara. 2011. “Exploring Barriers to Higher Education in Protracted Refugee Situations: The Case of Burmese Refugees in Thailand.” Journal of Refugee Studies 24 (2): 256–76.

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    Topics: Displacement & Migration, Refugees, Education, Rights Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Myanmar, Thailand

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    Narratives of Peace: Naga Women in the Self Determination Struggle

    Vamuzo, Meneno. 2012. “Narratives of Peace: Naga Women in the Self Determination Struggle.” InTensions Journal, no. 6, 1–23.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Gender Roles, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Peacebuilding, Peacekeeping, Peace Processes Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: India, Myanmar

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    We Did Not Realize about the Gender Issues. So, We Thought It Was a Good Idea: Gender Roles in Burmese Oppositional Struggles

    Hedström, Jenny. 2016. “We Did Not Realize about the Gender Issues. So, We Thought It Was a Good Idea: Gender Roles in Burmese Oppositional Struggles.” International Feminist Journal of Politics 18 (1): 61–79. doi:10.1080/14616742.2015.1005516.

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    Topics: Armed Conflict, Ethnic/Communal Wars, Civil Society, Ethnicity, Gender, Women, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Hierarchies, Military Forces & Armed Groups, Militarism, Non-state armed groups, Nationalism, Political Participation Regions: Asia, Southeast Asia Countries: Myanmar Keywords: nationalism, Myanmar, gender, ethnicity, conflict

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