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Women & Peace

“Women’s organizing and the conflict in Iraq since 2003.” Al Ali, Nadja and Nicole Pratt. Feminist Review, vol. 88, 2008. Anderlini, Sanam Naraghi. Women Building Peace: What They Do, Why It Matters. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2007. Benard, Cheryl et al. “Women and Nation-building.” Rand Corporation. February 4, 2008. Benard, Cheryl, Kristen Cordell and Olga…

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Women & Security–Articles

Bastick, Meghan and Tobie Whitman. A Women’s Guide to Security Sector Reform, Geneva Center for the Democratic Control of Armed Forces (DCAF) and Inclusive Security, 2013. Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE). Gender and Security Sector Reform Toolkit – Tool 13: Implementing the Women, Peace and Security Resolutions in Security Sector Reform. PeaceWomen….

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Search for Common Ground

  Founded in 1982, Search for Common Ground works to transform the way the world deals with conflict – away from adversarial approaches and towards collaborative problem solving. They work with local partners to find culturally appropriate means to strengthen societies’ capacity to deal with conflicts constructively: to understand the differences and act on the…

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Traditional Justice

Afghanistan Human Development Report 2007, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). Barfield, Thomas. “Culture and Custom in Nation-Building: Law in Afghanistan.” Maine Law Review. 2008. 60 Me. L. Rev. 347. Chirayath, Leila, Caroline Sage and Michael Woolcock. Customary Law and Policy Reform: Engaging with the Plurality of Justice Systems. Washington, DC: World Bank. 2005. Corradi, Giselle….

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Al-Dawsari, Nadwa. “Tribes and AQAP in South Yemen.” Atlantic Council, June 5, 2014. Asfura-Heim, Patricio, “Tribal Strategies and Their Impact on Legal Pluralism in Iraq,” Center for Naval Analyses, n.d. Corstange, Daniel. (2008 November 22-25) Tribes and the Rule of Law in Yemen. Paper presented at 2008 Annual Conference of the Middle East Studies Association,…

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