Afghanistan. Focus on women - experiences from Norwegian funded NGO projects
Gender is an important cross cutting issue in Norwegian development assistance in general and, due to the special conditions, in Afghnaistan in particular. Gender considerations are part of most of the development projects, but vary in terms of specificity from agreement to agreement, and between the different channels of funding.
This review is intended to systematically collect information about the gender work of Norwegian supported NGOs and to compare them and, to the extent possible for a desk-review, assess their relevance,sustainability and results. The main intension is to produce experience based information as basis for future work of NGOs in particular and for other sectors in general, in silimar cultural, religious and socio-economic settings.
The end of protection? Cessation and the ‘return turn’ in refugee law
The “CIA’s Army”: A Threat to Human Rights and an Obstacle to Peace in Afghanistan
Suhrke Astri and Antonio De Lauri
A Good Ally - Norway and International Statebuilding in Afghanistan, 2001-2014
Mats Berdal, Astri Suhrke
Journal of Strategic Studies
Gender parity and the symbolic representation of women in Senegal
The Journal of Modern African Studies
Gender and Violence in Post-Conflict Settings
Handbook on Gender and Violence
Women and the Renegotiation of Transitional Governance Arrangements
Christine Bell, Robert Forster
Gender Mainstreaming in Ceasefires: Comparative Data and Examples
Robert Forster, Christine Bell
A Critique of the Humanitarian (B)order of Things
Antonio De Lauri
Journal of Identity and Migration Studies
The New Lost Boys of Sudan
POMEPS Studies : Youth Politics in the Middle East and North Africa.