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  1. Research

    Girl Soldiers: Challenging the Assumptions

    Brett, Rachel. 2002. Girl Soldiers: Challenging the Assumptions. New York: Quaker United Nations Office.
    Abstract Available

    Topics: Combatants, Child Soldiers, Female Combatants, Gender, Girls

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    Child Soldiers: What About the Girls?

    Mazurana, Dyan, and Susan McKay. 2001. “Child Soldiers: What About the Girls?.” Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 57 (5): 30–35.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Gender, Girls

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    In Their Own Voices: Palestinian High School Girls and Their Memories of the Intifadas and Nonviolent Resistance to Israeli Occupation, 1987-2004

    Ricks, Thomas M. 2006. “In Their Own Voices: Palestinian High School Girls and Their Memories of the Intifadas and Nonviolent Resistance to Israeli Occupation, 1987-2004.” National Women’s Studies Association Journal 18 (3): 88–103.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Girls Regions: MENA, Asia, Middle East Countries: Palestine / Occupied Palestinian Territories

  4. Research

    Victims of Modern Warfare: Girl Child Soldiers

    Cutchin, Claudine, and Adena Rivas. 2009. “Victims of Modern Warfare: Girl Child Soldiers.” Journal for the Liberal Arts and Sciences 14 (1): 133-44.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Female Combatants, Gender, Girls

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    Profiles: The Plight of Girl Soldiers

    Roberts, Karen. 2005. “Profiles: The Plight of Girl Soldiers.” The American Journal of Nursing 105 (2): 102–3.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Gender, Girls

  6. Research

    Women and Girls Last? Averting the Second Post-Katrina Disaster

    Enarson, Elaine. 2006. "Women and Girls Last? Averting the Second Post-Katrina Disaster." In Understanding Katrina: Perspectives from the Social Sciences, online. Brooklyn: Social Science Research Council.

    Topics: Environment, Gender, Women, Girls Regions: Americas, North America Countries: United States of America

  7. Research

    Violence Against Girls in Africa During Armed Conflicts and Crises

    Holst-Roness, Florence Tercier. 2006. "Violence Against Girls in Africa During Armed Conflicts and Crises." Second International Policy Conference on the African Child: Violence Against Girls in Africa, Addis Ababa, May 11-12.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Gender, Girls, Gender-Based Violence Regions: Africa

  8. Research

    Low Schooling for Girls, Slower Growth for All? Cross-Country Evidence on the Effect of Gender Inequality in Education on Economic Development

    Klasen, Stephen. 2002. “Low Schooling for Girls, Slower Growth for All? Cross-Country Evidence on the Effect of Gender Inequality in Education on Economic Development.” The World Bank Economic Review 16 (3): 345–73.

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Class, Economies, Economic Inequality, Education, Gender, Women, Girls Regions: Africa, Central Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa, West Africa, Asia, East Asia, Middle East, South Asia

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    Gender Budgeting: Fiscal Context and Current Outcomes

    Stotsky, Janet G. 2016. “Gender Budgeting: Fiscal Context and Current Outcomes.” IMF Working Paper. Washington, D.C.: International Monetary Fund. 

    Abstract Available

    Topics: Development, Gender, Women, Girls, Gender Budgeting, Governance Keywords: gender budgeting, fiscal policy, fiscal administration

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    The Voices of Girl Child Soldiers Colombia

    Keairns, Yvonne E. 2003. The Voices of Girl Child Soldiers Colombia. New York: Quaker United Nations Office; Geneva: Quaker United Nations Office.

    Annotation Available

    Topics: Age, Youth, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Female Combatants, Gender, Girls Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Colombia

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