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Refugees, Gender and Human Security

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Bibliographic information:


Lammers, Ellen. 1999. Refugees, Gender and Human Security: A Theoretical Introduction and Annotated Bibliography. Utrecht: International Books. 




To supplement her discussion of the linkages among the concepts "refugees," "gender" and "human security," the author compiled an annotated bibliography of 241 references to published academic journal articles and studies.  The titles were selected if they related to gender and/or women, forced migration (rather than refugees, specifically), as well as some aspect of security, e.g., personal, health, political, legal, food, or economic.  The author provides references to specific bibliographic entries in her introduction to help demonstrate the thematic inter-relationships and to broaden the framework for discussing and reflecting on refugee issues. 









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