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Gender-based violence /

edited by Geraldine Terry with Joanna Hoare.

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Names: Terry, Geraldine. | Hoare, Joanna.
Published: Oxford : Oxfam, 2007.
Series: Working in gender & development
Topics: Gender-based analysis. | Women - Violence against - Developing countries. | Women - Crimes against - Developing countries. | Women - Legal status, laws, etc. - Developing countries.
Online Access: http://bibpurl.oclc.org/web/21341
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Tackling violence against women : a worldwide approach / Ceri Hayes -- Gender-based violence and property grabbing in Africa : a denial of women's liberty and security / Kaori Izumi -- No more killings! Women respond to femicides in Central America / Marina Prieto-Carrón, Marilyn Thomson, and Mandy Macdonald -- Sexual violence during firewood collection : income-generation as protection in displaced settings / Sarah K. Chynoweth with Erin M. Patrick -- Negotiating violence and non-violence in Cambodian marriages / Rebecca Surtees -- Social policy from the bottom up : abandoning FGC in sub-Saharan Africa / Peter Easton, Karen Monkman, and Rebecca Miles -- Constructing an alternative masculine identity : the experience of the Centro Bartolomé de las Casas and Oxfam America in El Salvador / Susan Bird, Rutilio Delgado, Larry Madrigal, John Bayron Ochoa, and Walberto Tejeda -- 'We can' : transforming power in relationships in South Asia / Mona Mehta and Chitra Gopalakrishnan -- Gender violence in schools : taking the 'girls-as-victims' discourse forward / Fiona Leach and Sara Humphreys -- Gender-based violence in and around schools in conflict and humanitarian contexts / Meena Poudel and Ines Smyth -- A tale of two cities : shifting the paradigm of anti-trafficking programmes / Smarajit Jana, Nandinee Bandyopadhyay, Mrinal Kanti Dutta, and Amitrajit Saha.
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Table of Contents for: Gender-based violence