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  • 1
    Book
    Book
    New York ; Oxford : Berghahn Books
    Format: vi, 292 pages
    ISBN: 9781785336164 , 9781789200881
    Series Statement: Studies in forced migration Volume 37
    Content: Providing nuanced accounts of how the social identities of men and women, the context of displacement and the experience or manifestation of violence interact, this collection offers conceptual analyses and in-depth case studies to illustrate how gender relations are affected by displacement, encampment and return. The essays show how these factors lead to various forms of direct, indirect and structural violence. This ranges from discussions of norms reflected in policy documents and practise, the relationship between relief structures and living conditions in camps, to forced military recruitment and forced return, and covers countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index. - Hier auch später erschienene unveränderte Nachdrucke
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe Gender, violence, refugees New York : Berghahn Books, 2017 ISBN 978-1-78533-617-1
    Language: English
    Subjects: Sociology
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    Keywords: Weiblicher Flüchtling ; Flüchtlingslager ; Gewalt gegen Frauen ; Geschlechterrolle
    Author information: Krause, Ulrike 1983-
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  • 2
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    Series Statement: World Bank E-Library Archive
    Content: Uganda currently hosts th ...
    Language: English
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  • 3
    Format: VII, 287 S , 24 cm
    ISBN: 9280810529
    Content: Ethics and International Affairs explores the extent and limits of contemporary international ethics and examines the ways in which the international community has responded to some of the most crucial challenges of the last ten years. At the center of the book is a discussion of how responsibility is viewed at individual, national, and international levels when facing the pressing problems of human rights, humanitarian intervention, environmental issues, considerations of gender, international economic justice, matters of war and peace, and the plight of refugees. While some authors revisit the very conception and interpretation of international ethics, others focus on the necessity to push for the better implementation and improvement of existing international norms. The result is an examination of how ethics are defined in today's specific contexts and how an understanding of the ethical may be developed from the articulation of the dilemmas encountered.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , International law as an approach to international ethics / Friedrich Kratochwil -- The ethics of modern diplomacy / Roberto Toscano -- Violence and ethics / Pierre Hassner -- Justice and international order / David Campbell -- Ethics and international human rights / Jack Donnelly -- Environmental ethics in international society / Oran R. Young -- Ethics, feminism, and international affairs / Kimberly Hutchings -- Ethics and refugees / Mark Gibney -- Does globalization have an ethical problem? / Ethan B. Kapstein
    Language: English
    Subjects: Political Science
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    Keywords: Internationale Politik ; Politische Ethik ; Aufsatzsammlung
    URL: Cover
    Author information: Coicaud, Jean-Marc 1957-
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  • 4
    Online Resource
    Online Resource
    Washington, D.C : The World Bank
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    Series Statement: World Bank E-Library Archive
    Content: In recent years, the world has seen a sharp rise in violence based on sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) in countries affected by fragility, conflict and violence (FCV). Today, consensual same-sex sexual acts and other aspects of SOGI remain criminalized in many of the countries experiencing the most pressing humanitarian crises, and those with the largest numbers of refugees and internally displaced people. In light of this, this discussion paper analyzes some of the development and protection challenges that sexual and gender minorities cope with in FCV-affected environments. The paper devotes special attention to the intersections between SOGI-based exclusion and access to basic services; to the challenges experienced by sexual and gender minorities in conditions of forced displacement; and to sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) as a frequently used weapon against these vulnerable groups. This paper contributes to the evidence base related to the most vulnerable in FCV-affected environments, and knowledge on SOGI-based exclusion vis-a-vis the development-humanitarian-peace nexus
    Language: English
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  • 5
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (43 pages)
    Content: Forced displacement has disrupted Syrian refugees' lives and exposed them to new communities and norms. This paper assesses how gender norms shape the lives of Syrian refugee adolescent girls in Jordan, using nationally representative data. Factor analysis is used to summarize a variety of beliefs and behavioral aspects of norms: gender role attitudes, justification of domestic violence, decision making, and mobility. The paper compares these outcomes by sex, nationality, and for adolescents versus adults. It complements the data on individual beliefs and behaviors with family and community beliefs and behaviors as proxies for others' expectations and behaviors. The paper then examines how own, family, and community gender norms relate to two key adolescent outcomes: domestic work and enrollment in school. The findings show that while gender role attitudes are similar across generations and nationalities, Syrian adolescent girls are particularly restricted in their mobility. Nonetheless, they have similar educational outcomes as boys and, after accounting for differences in socioeconomic status, as Jordanian girls. While gender inequality in domestic work is substantial, higher levels of own and mother's decision making predict lower domestic workloads, illustrating the linkages between different dimensions of gender norms and social and economic outcomes
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Print Version: Krafft, Caroline How do Gender Norms Shape Education and Domestic Work Outcomes? The Case of Syrian Refugee Adolescents in Jordan Washington, D.C : The World Bank, 2021
    Language: English
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  • 6
    Format: Online-Ressource (37 p)
    Edition: 2013 World Bank eLibrary
    Content: Violent conflict, a pervasive feature of the recent global landscape, has lasting impacts on human capital, and these impacts are seldom gender neutral. Death and destruction alter the structure and dynamics of households, including their demographic profiles and traditional gender roles. To date, attention to the gender impacts of conflict has focused almost exclusively on sexual and gender-based violence. The authors show that a far wider set of gender issues must be considered to better document the human consequences of war and to design effective postconflict policies. The emerging empirical evidence is organized using a framework that identifies both the differential impacts of violent conflict on males and females (first-round impacts) and the role of gender inequality in framing adaptive responses to conflict (second-round impacts). War's mortality burden is disproportionately borne by males, whereas women and children constitute a majority of refugees and the displaced. Indirect war impacts on health are more equally distributed between the genders. Conflicts create households headed by widows who can be especially vulnerable to intergenerational poverty. Second-round impacts can provide opportunities for women in work and politics triggered by the absence of men. Households adapt to conflict with changes in marriage and fertility, migration, investments in children's health and schooling, and the distribution of labor between the genders. The impacts of conflict are heterogeneous and can either increase or decrease preexisting gender inequalities. Describing these gender differential effects is a first step toward developing evidence-based conflict prevention and postconflict policy
    Additional Edition: Buvinic, Mayra Violent Conflict and Gender Inequality
    Language: English
    URL: Volltext  (Deutschlandweit zugänglich)
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  • 7
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource
    Series Statement: eHRAF World Cultures
    Content: The Burundi collection provides historical, cultural and economic information on Burundi culture and society, circa 1907-1998. Documents that discuss the colonial period cover important themes including physical geography and material culture, ethnicity and social structure, law and custom, and gender roles and cultural ideals. Other documents deal with political processes and important historical events in the post independence period including the politics of genocide in the Great Lakes region. This includes R. Lemarchand's analysis of the genocide of Hutu by Tutsi in Burundi (1972), of Tutsi and Hutu by Hutu in Rwanda (1994) and of Hutu by Tutsi in Congo (1996-1997). Also included is a book by a professional anthropologist who lived among Burundian Hutu refugees in Tanzania. Malkki focuses on the ways the displacement of these Hutu refugees led to the creation of "essentialist" ethnic identities and the horrible violence generated both in Burundi and neighboring countries
    Note: The Barundi: an ethnological study of German East Africa - Hans Meyer - 1916 -- - The structure of the Barundi community: (Ruanda-Urundi Territory, Central Africa) - George Smets - 1946 -- - The study of native court records as a method of ethnological inquiry - R DeZ. Hall - 1938 -- - Culture Summary: Barundi - Albert Trouwborst - 2010 -- - Women of Burundi: a study of social values - Ethel M. Albert - 1963 -- - Purity and exile: violence, memory, and national cosmology among Hutu refugees in Tanzania - Liisa H. Malkki - 1995 -- - Genocide in the Great Lakes: which genocide? whose genocide? - RenT Lemarchand - 1998
    Language: English
    Subjects: Ethnology
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    Keywords: Burundi
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  • 8
    Book
    Book
    London ; New York ; Oxford ; New Delhi ; Sydney : Zed
    Format: x, 247 Seiten , Illustrationen
    ISBN: 9780755638994 , 9780755638987
    Content: "Recent years have seen increased scholarly and media interest in the movement of LGBTIQ persons, particularly those seeking protection in Europe and North America. While this has helped focus attention on the plight of individuals facing persecution, it has also reinvigorated racist tropes about sexual or gender rights in the Global South. In the case of Africa, the existence of anti-LGBTIQ laws and the prevalence of hetero-patriarchal discourses are regularly cited as evidence of the continent's inescapable savagery. Colonial notions of an uncivilised continent in need of salvation have been repackaged and repurposed for the twenty-first century, with LGBTIQ migrants serving as the ultimate case in point"
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index , Introduction. Framing African Queer and Trans Mobilities: Absences, Presences and Challenges -- Labyrinthine Wanderings: Queering Mobility in Impossible Geographies / Yara Ahmed -- Telling a Different Story: On the Politics of Representing African LGBTQ Migrants, Refugees and Asylum Seekers / John Marnell -- Along the Pink Corridor: Histories of Queer Mobility Between Maputo and Johannesburg (Ca. 1900-2020) / Caio Simões de Araújo -- An Ethical Dilemma: When Research becomes 'Expert Testimony'/ Agathe Menetrier -- 'Sheep in a Pen': How the Externalisation of EU Borders Impacts the Lives of Gay Refugees in Morocco / Marien Gouyon -- Homophobia as Public Violence: Politics, Religion, Identity and Rights in the Lives of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual Asylum Seekers from Cameroon / Charlotte Walker-Said -- 'Where is Home?' Negotiating Comm(unity) and Un/Belonging Among Queer African Migrants on Facebook / Godfried Asante -- What is Private about 'Private Parts'? On Navigating the Violence of the Digital African Trans Refugee Archive / B Camminga -- Ties that Matter: Queer Ways of Surviving a Transit Country / Gonca Şahin -- 'Kindness is a Distant and Elusive Reality': Charting the Impacts of Discrimination on the Mental and Sexual Wellbeing of LGBT Refugee Youth in Kenya / Emanuel Munyarukumbuzi, Margaret Jjuuko and James Maingi Gathatwa -- Differential Movements: Lesbian Migrant Women's Encounters with, and Negotiations of, South Africa's Border Regime / Verena Hucke -- Debunking the Liberation Narrative: Rethinking Queer Migration and Asylum to France / Florent Chossière
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe, PDF ISBN 9780755639014
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Online-Ausgabe, EPUB ISBN 9780755639007
    Language: English
    Subjects: Ethnology , Sociology
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    Keywords: Subsaharisches Afrika ; LGBT ; Mobilität ; Aufsatzsammlung
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  • 9
    Format: vi, 292 Seiten , 23 cm
    Edition: First paperback edition
    ISBN: 9781789200881
    Series Statement: Studies in forced migration volume 37
    Content: Providing nuanced accounts of how the social identities of men and women, the context of displacement and the experience or manifestation of violence interact, this collection offers conceptual analyses and in-depth case studies to illustrate how gender relations are affected by displacement, encampment and return. The essays show how these factors lead to various forms of direct, indirect and structural violence. This ranges from discussions of norms reflected in policy documents and practise, the relationship between relief structures and living conditions in camps, to forced military recruitment and forced return, and covers countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.
    Note: Originally published: 2017 , Literaturangaben , Register , Conceptualizing Gender, Violence and Refugees , UNHCR Policy on Refugee Women : A 25-Year Retrospective , Victims of Chaos and Subaltern Sexualities? : Some Reflections on Common Assumptions about Displacement and the Prevalence of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence , Refugees, Global Governance and the Local Politics of Violence against Women , 'Solidarity' and 'Gender Equality' as a Discourse of Violence in Sweden : Exclusion of Refugees by the Decent Citizen , Spatializing Inequalities : The Situation of Women in Refugee Centres in Germany , 'Faithing' Gender and Responses to Violence in Refugee Communities : Insights from the Sahrawi Refugee Camps and the Democratic Republic of Congo , Formidable Intersections : Forced Migration, Gender and Livelihoods , Experiencing Gender, Violence, Refuge , Escaping Conflicts and Being Safe? : Post-conflict Refugee Camps and the Continuum of Violence , Lost Boys, Invisible Girls : Children, Gendered Violence in Wartime and Displacement in South Sudan , Military Recruitment of Sudanese Refugee Men in Uganda : a Tale of National Patronage and International Failure , Gender, Violence, and Deportation : Angola’s Forced Return of Congolese Migrant Workers , The Romance of Return : Post-exile Lives and Interpersonal Violence Over Land in Burundi
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9781785336171
    Language: English
    Author information: Krause, Ulrike 1983-
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  • 10
    E-Resource
    E-Resource
    New York ; Oxford : Berghahn Books
    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (vi, 292 Seiten)
    ISBN: 9781785336171
    Series Statement: Studies in forced migration Volume 37
    Content: Providing nuanced accounts of how the social identities of men and women, the context of displacement and the experience or manifestation of violence interact, this collection offers conceptual analyses and in-depth case studies to illustrate how gender relations are affected by displacement, encampment and return. The essays show how these factors lead to various forms of direct, indirect and structural violence. This ranges from discussions of norms reflected in policy documents and practise, the relationship between relief structures and living conditions in camps, to forced military recruitment and forced return, and covers countries in Africa, Asia and Europe.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe ISBN 978-1-78533-616-4
    Language: English
    Subjects: Sociology
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    Keywords: Weiblicher Flüchtling ; Flüchtlingslager ; Gewalt gegen Frauen ; Geschlechterrolle
    Author information: Krause, Ulrike 1983-
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