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  1. Film

    Afghan Star

    Havana Marking, 2009, 87 min

    "After 30 years of war and Taliban rule, pop Idol has come to Afghanistan. Millions are watching the TV series ‘Afghan Star’ and voting for their favorite singers by mobile… see more

  2. Syllabus

    Gender in War and Peace

    Marlene Epp, University of Waterloo, Canada, 2007

  3. Syllabus

    Gender Justice and War

    Kimberly Hutchings, London School of Economics, United Kingdom, 2007

  4. Syllabus

    Gender, War and Peace

    Ayşe Gül Altınay, Sabancı University, Turkey, 2007

  5. Syllabus

    Issues in Peace and Development

    Ronni Alexander, Kobe University, Japan, 2007

  6. Syllabus

    Women, War, and Learning

    Shahrzad Mojab, University of Toronto, Canada, 2006

  7. Syllabus

    Gender Mainstreaming in Peacekeeping Operations and in Humanitarian Assistance

    Nadine Puechguirbal, University for Peace, Costa Rica, 2007

  8. Syllabus

    Gender, and Non-Violent Transformation of Conflict

    Anouk Guiné, University for Peace, Costa Rica, 2007

  9. Syllabus

    Feminisms and International Relations

    Jutta Weldes, Bristol University, United Kingdom, 2000

  10. Syllabus

    Contemporary Feminist Thought: Debates and Issues

    Terrell Carver, Bristol University, United Kingdom, 2007

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