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Transitional justice or transitional injustice? : a gendered analysis of transitional justice, with a case study on Bosnia and Herzegovina
This work will seek to prove that even though women are left out of transitional justice processes, and their agency is left unrecognized, through their own initiative they prove to be active agents of change and work ...
Conflict-related sexual violence : the darker side of the history and the untold herstory of conflicts under international human rights law
Conflict-Related Sexual Violence (CRSV) has been recognised as a selfstanding crime that can threaten international security and impede the restoration of a sustainable international peace. Even though it is punishable ...
Women’s access to inheritance property rights for their economic empowerment in Albania
This work focuses on a much-neglected issue: the links between inheritance property rights, economic empowerment and domestic violence in Albania. It outlines why in Albania, where, despite of having a progressive gender ...
We are all in this together: benefits and challenges of business-NGO collaboration on women’s rights for sustainable development
International corporations have become as powerful as many states around the world, but they often remain detached from respecting, protecting, and fulfilling human rights. In this thesis, engagement of a broader range of ...
Syrian refugee women and girls forced into marriage in Turkey : existing national and international law instruments and their effectiveness
Millions of Syrians have been forced to leave their country after the Syrian War, the most horrific humanitarian plight of recent years. More than 5 million Syrians had to flee to neighboring countries due to lack of life ...
Microaggressions and islamophobia in employment : Turkish and Moroccan Muslim women in Belgium’s labor market
The high unemployment rate of ethnic minorities in Belgium is alarming, particularly for Turkish and Moroccan Muslim women, who face penalties for their gender, ethnicity and religion. Their experiences with microaggressions ...