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  1. Research

    International Law: Modern Feminist Approaches

    Buss, Doris, and Ambreena Manji. 2005. International Law: Modern Feminist Approaches. Oxford: Hart Publishing.

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    Topics: Development, Environment, Feminisms, Gender, Masculinity/ies, Gender Mainstreaming, Humanitarian Assistance, International Law, International Human Rights, International Humanitarian Law IHL, Rights, Human Rights, Women's Rights

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    Child Soldiers: Changing a Culture of Violence

    Becker, Jo. 2005. “Child Soldiers: Changing a Culture of Violence.” Human Rights 32 (1): 16–18.

    Topics: Armed Conflict, Combatants, Child Soldiers, Development, Gender, International Law, International Human Rights, Rights, Human Rights

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    Gendering the International Asylum and Refugee Debate

    Freedman, Jane. 2007. Gendering the International Asylum and Refugee Debate. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK. http://link.springer.com/10.1057/9780230592544.

     

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    Topics: Development, Forced Migration, IDPs, Refugees, Economies, Gender, Women, Gender Analysis, International Law Keywords: political science, gender studies, political sociology, develpoment studies, migration, political economy

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    Security, Gender and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Need for a "Woman Question" When Engaging in Reconstruction

    Kfir, Isaac. 2012. “Security, Gender and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Need for a ‘Woman Question’ When Engaging in Reconstruction.” Texas Journal of Women and the Law 22 (1): 71–112.

     

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    Topics: Development, Gender, Gender Mainstreaming, Governance, Post-conflict Governance, International Law, Post-Conflict, Post-Conflict Reconstruction, Security

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    Access to Justice and Corporate Accountability: A Legal Case Study of HudBay in Guatemala

    Crystal, Valerie, Shin Imai, and Bernadette Maheandiran. 2014. “Access to Justice and Corporate Accountability: A Legal Case Study of HudBay in Guatemala.” Canadian Journal of Development Studies / Revue Canadienne D’Études Du Développement 35 (2): 285–303.

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    Topics: Corruption, Development, Extractive Industries, Gender-Based Violence, International Law, Justice, Sexual Violence, Rape, SV against women, Violence Regions: Americas, Central America, North America Countries: Canada, Guatemala Keywords: mining, Latin America, Chevron, HudBay, corporate social responsibility

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    Frictional Encounters in Postwar Human Rights: An Analysis of LGBTQI Movement Activism in Lebanon

    Nagle, John. 2019. "Frictional Encounters in Postwar Human Rights: An Analysis of LGBTQI Movement Activism in Lebanon." The International Journal of Human Rights 24 (4): 357-76.

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    Topics: Development, International Law, International Human Rights, International Organizations, LGBTQ, NGOs, Post-Conflict, Rights Regions: Africa, MENA, Asia, Middle East Countries: Lebanon Keywords: human rights, LGBTQ, post-conflict

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