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Genering the Tunisian transition : the rights of women in the context of the transitional justice system in Tunisia
This dissertation attempts to analyse the gender inclusiveness of the transitional justice process in Tunisia, more specifically the participation and influence of women in the Tunisian transitional justice mechanisms, ...
"Our struggle is not a choice!" : insecurities and protection strategies of women land right defenders. A Philippine case study on Leyte and Sicogon island
In the wake of increasing competition over natural resources, the killing of Human Rights Defenders promoting environmental justice or access to land has seen dramatic increase. Women land right activists, protecting their ...
Nahdlatul Ulama and democratisation in Indonesia
(Global Campus, 2016-11)
Nahdlatul Ulama (NU), was formed in 1926 to promote the interest of traditional Muslims of Indonesia, is currently the largest Muslim organization in the world with about 40 million members. This dissertation is the study ...