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  1. Lecture

    Gender and Accountability: Challenges for Reform in Developing States

    Anne-Marie Goetz April 10, 2006

     Edited Transcript  

  2. Lecture

    ‘We Have to Do All the Pushing’: UN Gender Adviser Strategies for Implementing Gender Mainstreaming Policy in Peacekeeping Missions

    Colleen Keaney-Mischel April 24, 2006

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  3. Lecture

    Women and Political Participation in Post-Saddam Iraq: A Test Case for Democratic Transition?

    Nicola Pratt November 20, 2006

    Regions: MENA Countries: Iraq

     Edited Transcript  

  4. Lecture

    Working to Promote 1325 in Israel: Opportunities and Challenges Facing Activist Women and Isha L’Isha

    Paula Mills November 29, 2006

    Regions: MENA Countries: Israel

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  5. Lecture

    Gendering the War in Iraq

    Laura Sjoberg February 13, 2007

    Regions: MENA Countries: Iraq

     Edited Transcript  

  6. Lecture

    One Mandate, Many Policies: Lessons on Gender Mainstreaming in the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Refugees, the World Food Programme, and the Department of Peacekeeping Operations

    Ramina Johal March 5, 2007

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  7. Lecture

    Gentle Invasions: NGO Funding and the Manipulation of Civil Society within Transitional States

    Denise Horn February 19, 2008

    Regions: South Asia, Europe Countries: Estonia, Moldova, Thailand

     Edited Transcript  

  8. Lecture

    HIV/AIDS, Gender, and Armed Conflict

    Jennifer Klot March 14, 2005

  9. Lecture

    Israeli and Palestinian Women Together and Apart: Reflections on Strategies for Dealing with Conflict and Promoting Peace

    Lucy Nusseibeh April 18, 2005

    Regions: MENA Countries: Israel, Palestine / Occupied Palestinian Territories

  10. Lecture

    Women Leaders in Armed Opposition Groups on War, Protection, and Obligations under International Humanitarian and Human Rights Law

    Dyan Mazurana February 22, 2006


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