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by Haleh Afshar,Deborah Eade

  • Author: Haleh Afshar,Deborah Eade
  • ISBN: 0855984872
  • ISBN13: 978-0855984878
  • ePub: 1159 kb | FB2: 1527 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Kumarian Press (December 2003)
  • Pages: 256
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Development, Women, and War: Feminist Perspectives (Development in Practice) ePub download

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Development, women, and war : feminist perspectives. Haleh Afshar, Deborah Eade. Preface Part 1 Introduction: War and peace: what do women contribute? Haleh Afshar The 'sex war' and other wars: towards a feminist approach to peace building Donna Pankhurst Women and wars: som. More).

Development, Women, and War Feminist Perspectives. Policy makers, practitioners, and academics discuss long-running conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Eastern Europe. Contributors survey feminist approaches to peacebuilding and conflict resolution, and present concrete policy measures to achieve these ends.

Under the influence of feminism, women writers started to articulate their experiences of female oppression and feminist longings.

Development, Women, and War: Feminist Perspectives. Through highlighting the current struggles facing women, a greater insight is revealed in the process of addressing the wounds caused by gender-based violence. Haleh Afshar. Women and wars: some trajectories towards a feminist peace. Martha Thompson and Deborah Eade. The human cost of war is something with which all readers of this volume are familiar, albeit vicariously. When analysing the role of gender in conflict, the first myth that needs to be exploded is that of the absence of women from the battleground. The international media bring the images of war right into our own homes.

Deborah Eade, Development in Practice

Deborah Eade, Development in Practice. n important set of reflections on the key issues and concerns about women and gender and development over the last three decades. It will no doubt be an important gender and development reference for those teaching undergraduate courses on development and policy-makers who are reflecting on where the field stands after three decades of gender and development projects and programs. Gale Summerfield is Director of the Women and Gender in Global Perspectives Program and Associate Professor in Human and Community Development at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.

* Surveys feminist approaches to peacebuilding and conflict resolution* Covers conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Eastern EuropePolicy makers, practitioners, and academics discuss long-running conflicts in the Middle East, Africa, and Eastern Europe. They highlight the shared experiences of women, and their potential to contribute both to war and to peace. Chapters survey feminist approaches to peace building and conflict resolution, and present concrete policy measures to achieve these ends. Underlying all the essays in this volume is a sense of the need to understand gendered power relations and the dynamics of social change.
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