Gender, Governance and International Security


Pratt, Nicola Christine and Sophie Richter-Devroe, eds. 2014. Gender, Governance and International Security. London: Routledge.

Authors: Nicola Christine Pratt, Sophie Richter-Devroe


Introduction : critically examining UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security / Nicola Pratt and Sophie Richter-Devroe 
Sex, security and superhero(in)es : from 1325 to 1820 and beyond / Laura J. Shepherd 
No angry women at the United Nations : political dreams and the cultural politics of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 / Sheri Lynn Gibbings 
UNSCR 1325 and women's peace activism in the occupied Palestinian territory / Vanessa Farr 
Resolution 1325 and post-Cold War feminist politics / Carol Harrington --
"Women, peace and security" : addressing accountability for wartime sexual violence / Sahla Aroussi 
Configurations of post-conflict : impacts of representations of conflict and post-conflict upon the (political) translations of gender security within UNSCR 1325 / Laura McLeod 
Feminist knowledge and emerging governmentality in UN peacekeeping : patterns of co-optation and empowerment / Audrey Reeves 
Leveraging change : women's organizations and the implementation of UNSCR 1325 in the Balkans / Jill A. Irvine

Topics: Gender, Women, Governance, Post-Conflict, Security, UN Security Council Resolutions on WPS, UNSCR 1325

Year: 2014

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