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Category: Women

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Annotated Bibliography: Sexual and Gender-based Violence against Women and Girls in Refugee and Internally-displaced Camps Carried Out by Men in Power


Documenting Sexual Violence in Conflict: Data and Methods. An Annotated Bibliography


Gender and Humanitarian Assistance: A Select Annotated Bibliography


Gender Based Violence Bibliography


The Gender Dimensions of Internal Displacement: Concept Paper and Annotated Bibliography


Gender-based Persecution as a Basis for Asylum: An Annotated Bibliography, 1993-2002


The Protection Concerns of Refugee Women: A Bibliography


Refugee Women and Girls: A Selective, Annotated Bibliography


Refugees, Gender and Human Security: A Theoretical Introduction and Annotated Bibliography


Select Bibliography: Refugee Women


Select Bibliography: Women


Selected Bibliography on Refugee Women, 1990-June 2005


Suffering and Resiliency of Refugee Women: An Annotated Bibliography 1980-2005


Women Refugees in International Perspectives 1980-1990: An Annotated Bibliography


Women Refugees in International Perspectives 1991-1999: An Annotated Bibliography




Country of Origin Information and Women: Researching Gender and Persecution in the Context of Asylum and Human Rights Claims


Literature Reviews:


A Review of the Health Status of Southeast Asian Refugee Women


The Silent Majority: Women as Refugees


The Vulnerable Women’s Project: Refugee and Asylum Seeking Women Affected by Rape or Sexual Violence - Literature Review


Women and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Issues and Sources


Women's Roles in Conflict Prevention, Conflict Resolution and Post-Conflict Reconstruction: Literature Review and Institutional Analysis



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