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Conflict-related sexual violence and international peace operations
(Global Campus, 2013-06)
Within the United Nations peace and security work, as well as in academic research, advocacy and policy initiatives concerned with peace and security, gender is mainly conceptualized as synonymous with women while sexual ...
Civil society in exile, reconciliation and the future of Syria: the role of the emerging Syrian civil society in Lebanon
(Global Campus, 2016-11)
As the polarised violent conflict in Syria continues without end in sight, Syrians continue to flee into neighbouring countries in search of safety and security. The displacement of Syrians en masse into Lebanon over the ...
Community intervention as a means to destigmatize child soldiers and permit reintegration: a comparison case study of Uganda and Iraq
(Global Campus of Human Rights, 2018)
The stigmatization of former child soldiers inhibits and prevents a child’s reintegration by re-victimizing and re-traumatizing the child and also making the child an outcast in their community. Additionally, there is ...
Delayed justice in El Salvador prospects for transitional justice 25 years after the signing of the peace accords
(Global Campus, 2017)
This thesis analyses the political transition process in El Salvador after its twelve-year civil war and the Transitional Justice mechanisms used in the post-conflict context: first the Truth Commission and then the amnesty ...