The Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
904
Utgivningsdatum
2019-02-07
Förlag
OUP USA
Medarbetare
True, Jacqui
Dimensioner
260 x 177 x 57 mm
Vikt
1646 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780190638276
The Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security (inbunden)

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Passed in 2000, the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and subsequent seven Resolutions make up the Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) agenda. This agenda is a significant international normative and policy framework addressing the gender-specific impacts of conflict on women and girls. The Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security brings together scholars, advocates, and policymakers to provide an overview of what we know concerning what
works to promote women's participation in peace and security, what works to protect women and girls from sexual and gender-based violence and other human rights violations, and what works to prevent conflict and rebuild societies after conflict drawing on women's experiences and knowledge of building peace from
local to global levels.
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Sara E. Davies is Associate Professor and Australian Research Council (ARC) Future Fellow in the School of Government and International Relations at Griffith University. She is also co-founder and co-editor of quarterly issued international journal Global Responsibility to Protect. Jacqui True is Professor of Politics & International Relations and Australian Research Council Future Fellow in the School of Social Sciences at Monash University. She is also an editorial board member of International Feminist Journal of Politics; International Studies Review; Global Responsibility to Protect; Political Science; and Women, Politics & Policy. She is the author of The Political Economy of Violence Against Women and co-editor of Scandalous Economics.

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Acknowledgments List of Contributors Part I. Concepts of WPS 1. Women, Peace, and Security: A Transformative Agenda? Sara E. Davies and Jacqui True 2. Peace and Security from a Feminist Perspective J. Ann Tickner 3. Adoption of 1325 Resolution Christine Chinkin 4. Civil Society's Leadership in Adopting Resolution 1325 Sanam Naraghi Anderlini 5. Scholarly Debates and Contested Meanings of WPS Fionnuala D. Ni Aolain and Nahla Valji 6. Advocacy and the WPS Agenda Sarah Taylor 7. WPS as a Political Movement Swanee Hunt and Alice Wairimu Nderitu 8. Locating Masculinities in WPS Henri Myrttinen 9. WPS and Adopted Security Council Resolutions Laura J. Shepherd 10. WPS and Gender Mainstreaming: Practice, Purpose, and Problems Karin Landgren 11. The Production of the 2015 Global Study Louise Olsson and Theodora-Ismene Gizelis Part II. Pillars of WPS 12. WPS and Conflict Prevention Bela Kapur and Madeleine Rees 13. What Works in Participation Thania Paffenholz 14. What Works (and Fails) in Protection Hannah Doenges and Janosch Kullenberg 15. What Works in Relief and Recovery Jacqui True and Sarah Hewitt 16. Where the WPS Pillars Intersect Marie O'Reilly 17. WPS and Female Peacekeepers Natasja Rupesinghe, Eli Stamnes, and John Karlsrud 18. WPS and SEA in Peacekeeping Operations Jasmine-Kim Westendorf 19. WPS and Peacekeeping Economies Kathleen M. Jennings 20. WPS in Military Training and Socialization Helena Carreiras and Teresa Fragoso 21. WPS and Policing: New Terrain Bethan Greener 22. WPS, States, and the National Action Plans Mirsad Miki Jacevic Part III. Institutionalizing WPS 23. WPS inside the United Nations Megan Dersnah 24. WPS and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Sexual Violence in Conflict Eleanor O'Gorman 25. WPS and Human Rights Council Rashida Manjoo 26. WPS and International Financial Institutions Jacqui True and Barbro Svedberg 27. WPS and the International Criminal Court Jonneke Koomen 28. WPS and North Atlantic Treaty Organization Stefanie von Hlatky 29. WPS and the African Union Toni Haastrup 30. WPS and the Association of South East Asian Nations Ma. Lourdes Veneracion-Rallonza 31. WPS and Pacific Islands Forum Sharon Bhagwan-Rolls and Sian Rolls 32. WPS and Organization of American States Mary K. Meyer McAleese 33. WPS and Civil Society Annika Bjoerkdahl and Johanna Mannergren Selimovic 34. WPS and Transnational Feminist Networks Joy Onyesoh Part IV. Implementing WPS 35. Delivering WPS Protection in All Female Peacekeeping Force: The Case of Liberia Sabrina Karim 36. Securing Participation and Protection in Peace Agreements: The Case of Colombia Isabela Marin Carvajal and Eduardo Alvarez-Vanegas 37. WPS and Women's Roles in Conflict-Prevention: The Case of Bougainville Nicole George 38. Women in Rebellion: The Case of Sierra Leone Zoe Marks 39. Protecting Displaced Women and Girls: The Case of Syria Elizabeth Ferris 40. Donor States Delivering on WPS: The Case of Norway Inger Skjelsbaek and Torunn L. Tryggestad 41. WPS as Diplomatic Vocation: The Case of China Liu Tiewa 42. Women Controlling Arms, Building Peace: The Case of the Philippines Jasmin Nario-Galace 43. Where Pillars Intersect (or Fail): The Case of WPS in Afghanistan Claire Duncanson and Vanessa Farr 44. Mainstreaming WPS in the Armed Forces: The Case of Australia Jennifer Wittwer Part V. Cross-Cutting Agenda? Connections and Mainstreaming 45. WPS and Responsibility to Protect Alex J. Bellamy and Sara E. Davies 46. WPS and Protection of Civilians Lisa Hultman and Angela Muvumba Sellstroem 47. WPS, Children, and Armed Conflict Katrina Lee-Koo 48. WPS, Gender, and Disabilities Deborah Stienstra 49. WPS and Humanitarian Disasters Sarah Martin and Devanna de la Puente 50. WPS, Migration, and Displacement Lucy Hall 51. WPS and LGBTI Rights Lisa Davis and Jessica Stern 52. WPS and CEDAW, Optional Protocol, and General Recommendations Catherine O'Rourke with Aisling Swaine 53. Women's Roles in CVE Sri Wiyanti Eddyono with Sara E. Da