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Womens rights in the implementation of the victims' and land restitution law : the transformative potential of gender justice in the land restitution programme in Colombia
This paper studies the existence of elements of gender justice in the ongoing land restitution process in Colombia, in order to analyse the potential of the Land Restitution Programme to contribute to the elimination of ...
Improving women participation in the Lebanese political system: patriarchal culture vs women quota. If we agree that patriarchal culture is one main factor of discrimination, is the women quota political system to reduce its effect?
The patriarchal and androcentric system in Lebanon is one of the main root-causes for women backward situation and inequalities. Lebanon is currently discussing in the parliament the drafting of a long due electoral law. ...
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 ...
The impact of biometric systems at EU outside borders on the human rights of irregular migrating women
At first glance, new technologies seem to be the ideal solution for a lot of issues. Namely, technology has been providing the EU border management to be able to cope with the vast number of irregular migrants arriving ...
Tackling the patriarchy: the football pitch as a transformative field for girls and women
The aim of this thesis is to investigate the transformative power of football for women and girls. It will first conceptualise football as a space for male hegemony and power, and hence of interest to feminists. This ...