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  1. Voices From the Field: About Prosecution of Sexualised Violence in an International Context

    The report is a summary of a seminar held in Stockholm in October 2003.

    Thursday, January 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 281
  2. On the Battlefield of Women's Bodies: An Overview of the Harm of War to Women

    By the 1990s, 9 of 10 people who died in war from direct and indirect effects were civilians.

    Thursday, January 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 819
  3. Russian Federation/Chechnya: Briefing to the 60th Session of the UN Commission on Human Rights

    Objective

    Thursday, January 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 356
  4. Armed Conflict and Trafficking in Women

    Trafficking in human beings is flourishing.

    Thursday, January 1, 2004
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 371
  5. OCHA on the Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict

    Mr.

    Tuesday, December 9, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 479
  6. Security Council Briefing Notes on Gender Issues: Afghanistan

    Afghans have suffered twenty-three years of war that has seriously compromised the cultural, economic, social and pol

    Wednesday, October 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 321
  7. Constructing a Global Law- Violence Against Women and the Human Rights System

    This ethnographic analysis of one of the core human rights conventions suggests that despite the lack of enforceabili

    Tuesday, September 16, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 894
  8. Women in Aceh and Women's NGOs

    Nunuk is a member of the National Commission on Anti Violence Against Women, and the coordinator of a sub-commission

    Monday, September 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 869
  9. Letter to Paul Bremer Denouncing Women's Abductions in Iraq

    The following letter was written by Yanar Mohammed to Mr.

    Sunday, August 24, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 427
  10. Struggling through Peace: Return and Resettlement in Angola

    After three decades, hundreds of thousands of deaths and mass displacement of the civilian population, the death in F

    Friday, August 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 671
  11. Open Letter from the Kurdish Women Action Against Honour Killing

    With each day that passes since the fall of the Baathist regime, further revelations of past atrocities are laid bare

    Friday, July 25, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 901
  12. Open Letter From Kurdish Women Action Against Honour Killing on the Participation of Iraqi Women Post-Conflict

    Open letter from the Kurdish Women Action against Honour Killing to:

    Thursday, July 24, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 434
  13. Liberian Stories: A Population Caught in the Cycle of Violence and Displacement

    Random violence, looting, rape, forced recruitment, family separation and general chaos have been part of the daily l

    Tuesday, July 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 150
  14. Climate of Fear: Sexual Violence and Abduction of Women and Girls in Baghdad

    At a time when insecurity is on the rise in Baghdad, women and girls in Baghdad told Human Rights Watch that the inse

    Tuesday, July 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 430
  15. Briefing Note on Gender Issues for the Security Council Mission to the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi and Rwanda

    In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burundi and Rwanda, women and girls have been plagued by violence, loss of l

    Sunday, June 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 326
  16. Guidelines for Prevention and Response Sexual and Gender-Based Violence against Refugees, Returnees and Internally Displaced Persons

    In every community in the world there are people who have been affected by acts of brutality.

    Thursday, May 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 430
  17. Domestic Violence on the Thai-Burma Border: International Human Rights Implications

    Women from Burma who live in the camps along the Thai-Burma border are increasingly coming into contact with the conc

    Thursday, May 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 664
  18. Ten Reasons Why Militarism is Bad for Women's Health

    We are mired in a U.S.-led pre-emptive war against Iraq that violates international law and the UN Charter.

    Thursday, April 10, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 565
  19. ZIMBABWE: Focus on Rape As a Political Weapon

    "In a Dark Time", a documentary film about sexual abuse in Zimbabwe perpertrated by pro-government militia,

    Tuesday, April 8, 2003
    Pre 2015 News Archive61 351
  20. Reports/Policy Briefs89 490
  21. The Human Rights Situation in the Chechen Republic

    The human rights situation in the Chechen Republic is characterised by gross human rights abuses, violations of inter

    Thursday, March 13, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 357
  22. No Safe Place: Burma's Army and the Rape of Ethnic Women

    According to Burma's ruling military regime, the State Peace and Development Council (SPDC), Burma's army "safeg

    Saturday, March 1, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 655
  23. ANGOLA: Women, War and Reconciliation

    UAMBA, 27 February 2003 (IRIN) - "I came here to the quartering area to try and find my husband, the father of m

    Thursday, February 27, 2003
    Pre 2015 News Archive61 300
  24. "We'll Kill You if You Cry": Sexual Violence Widespread in the Sierra Leone Conflict

    The 75-page report, “'We'll Kill You If You Cry:' Sexual Violence in the Sierra Leone Conflict,” presents

    Tuesday, January 14, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs90 335
  25. Integration of the Human Rights of Women and the Gender Perspective: Violence Against Women

    Since the creation of the mandate on violence against women, its causes and consequences, in 1994 the world has achie

    Monday, January 6, 2003
    Reports/Policy Briefs89 484