Listening to the silences : women and war
Print Book, English, 2001
Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, Leiden, 2001
XV, 276 p. ; 25 cm.
Foreword Navanethem Pillay; Acknowledgements; Preface Helen Durham and Tracey Gurd; Part I Listening to Women’s Voices: 1 The Cry of the Raped: 50 Years of Silence Jan Ruff-O’Herne; 2 The Roses Mimi Doretti; 3 Combat Operations in Iraq: An Australian Soldier’s Perspective Penny Cumming; 4 The Impact of Armed Conflict on Women Charlotte Lindsey;5 Sri Lanka First: The Business of Peace Neela Marikkar; 6 Women’s Role in Peacemaking: A Personal Experience Luz Méndez; Part II How Does Law and Practice Affect How We Hear Women’s Voices?: 7 Sexual Violence During Wartime Radhika Coomaraswamy; 8 Gender-Based Violence Among Conflict Affected Populations: Humanitarian Program Responses Jeanne Ward; 9 Reporting on Women During Armed Conflict: A Journalist’s View Maggie O’Kane; 10 International Humanitarian Law and the Protection of Women Helen Durham; 11 Women and Armed Conflict: The Response of International Humanitarian Law Judith Gardam; 12 The Jurisprudence of International War Crimes Tribunals: Securing Gender Justice for Some Survivors Kelly Askin; 13 The Other Voices: Interpreters and Investigators of Sexual Violence in International Criminal Proceedings Patricia Viseur-Sellers; 14 Small Conversations Can Lead to Big Changes Georgina McEncroe; 15 Facilitating Women’s Voices in Truth Recovery: An Assessment of Women’s Participation and the Integration of a Gender Perspective in Truth Commissions Hayli Millar; Part III How Can We Use Women’s Voices to Create and Perpetuate Peace and Security?: 16 Engendering the Peace Process: Women’s Role in Peace Building and Conflict Resolution Li Fung; 17 Fine Lines of Transformation: Afghan Women Working For Peace Rina Amiri; 18 Moving Beyond Silence: Women Waging Peace Swanee Hunt.