05 December 2013

Thematic Focus: Gender Issues

Upcoming event & opportunity:

Researching Gender-based Violence: Methods and Meaning, London, 17-21 February 2014 [info]
- Payment deadline is 20 January 2014.

Constraints on Executive Power: Explaining Variation in the Acceptance of Asylum-Seekers and Refugees, London, 21 January 2014 [info]
- Focus is on the role of rape in women's asylum claims in the UK; free event, but registration required.


"Everyday Resilience: Narratives of Single Refugee Women with Children," Qualitative Social Work, vol. 12, no. 5 (2013) [eprint via QUT]

Gender Issues in Conflict and Humanitarian Action, Humanitarian Policy Note (Oxfam, Nov. 2013) [text]

Gender, Migration and Categorisation: Making Distinctions between Migrants in Western Countries, 1945-2010 (Amsterdam University Press, 2013 [open access text]
- See esp. chapter 4, "A Gender-blind Approach in Canadian Refugee Processes:  Mexican Female Claimants in the New Refugee Narrative."

*A Little Less Conversation, A Little More Action, Please (RI Blog, Dec. 2013) [text]

"Make it Work!: Training Manual for Sexual Health Promotion and Prevention of Sexual and Gender-based Violence in the European Reception & Asylum Sector," European Journal of Public Health, vol. 23, suppl. 1 (2013) [free full-text]

Oxfam Minimum Standards for Gender in Emergencies (Oxfam, Nov. 2013) [text]

Sexual and Gender-based Violence in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: Opportunities for Progress as M23 Disarms? (Africa in Focus Blog, Nov. 2013) [text]

Towards an International Convention against Violence against Women (IntLawGrrls, Dec. 2013) [text]

Trust Women Conference, London, 3-4 Dec. 2013 [info]
- Watch for livestream archive.

UNHCR: Recognize Rape as a Form of Persecution (Devex, Dec. 2013) [text]

Violence against Women and Girls in Emergencies, Humanitarian Policy Note (Oxfam, Nov. 2013) [text]


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