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TitleRethinking Transitional Gender Justice [electronic resource] : Transformative Approaches in Post-Conflict Settings / edited by Rita Shackel, Lucy Fiske
ImprintCham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
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Descript XXI, 384 p. online resource


This book draws together established and emerging scholars from sociology, law, history, political science and education to examine the global and local issues in the pursuit of gender justice in post-conflict settings. This examination is especially important given the disappointing progress made to date in spite of concerted efforts over the last two decades. With contributions from both academics and practitioners working at national and international levels, this work integrates theory and practice, examining both global problems and highly contextual case studies including Kenya, Somalia, Peru, Afghanistan and DRC. The contributors aim to provide a comprehensive and compelling argument for the need to fundamentally rethink global approaches to gender justice. Rita Shackel is Associate Professor of Law at The University of Sydney Law School, Australia. Her research program is broadly focused on evaluation and reform of legal and social justice processes, with a specific focus on sexual and gender based violence and the needs of victims and survivors especially women and children. Lucy Fiske is Senior Lecturer in Social and Political Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney, Australia. Her research focuses on forced migration, human rights and gender justice


Chapter 1. Introduction -- Section I: Rethinking Institutions -- Chapter 2. The Rise (and Fall?) of Transitional Gender Justice: A survey of the field -- Chapter 3. Ebola and Post Conflict Gender Justice: Lessons from Liberia -- Chapter 4. Making Clients Out of Citizens: Deconstructing women’s economic empowerment and humanitarianism in post conflict interventions -- Chapter 5. Using War to Shift Peacetime Norms: The example of forced marriage in Sierra Leone -- Chapter 6. More Than a Victim: Thinking through foreign correspondents’ representations of women in conflict -- Section II: Rethinking Interventions -- Chapter 7. WPS, Gender and Foreign Military Interveners: Experience from Iraq and Afghanistan -- Chapter 8. Addressing masculinities in peace negotiations: an opportunity for gender justice -- Chapter 9. Recalling Violence: gender and memory work in contemporary post-conflict Peru -- Chapter 10 -- ICC Prosecutions of Sexual and Gender Based Violence: Challenges and successes -- Section III: Learning from the Field -- Chapter 11. Speaking from the Ground: Transitional gender justice in Nepal -- Chapter 12: Quechua Women: agency in the testimonies of the CVR - Peru public hearings -- Chapter 13 -- The effects of indigenous patriarchal systems on women's participation in public decision making in conflict settings: the case of Somalia -- Chapter 14. ‘Women are not ready to [vote for] their own’: Remaking democracy, making citizens after the 2007 post-election violence in Kenya -- Chapter 15 -- ‘An education without any fear?’: Higher education and gender justice in Afghanistan -- Chapter 16. Transitioning with Disability: Justice for women with disabilities in post-war Sri Lanka -- Chapter 17. Conclusion

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