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Abstract Highlighted in this article is a call for feminists to expand their level of intervention to include global awareness. Several projects are described as examples of feminists working as positive facilitators of change for victims and survivors of war.
Abstract This frank interview with the President of the Tribunal explores the issues of social power and the historical dehumanization of women during times of war and civil unrest. Gender bias as it relates to sexual assault in the context of a war is considered along with recent legal attempts...
Abstract This interview is with a previous Justice of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia and current Vice-President and Minister of the Environment of Costa Rica, Elizabeth Odio. Such issues as women's rights as human rights, the relationship of justice and recovery...
Abstract In this interview such issues as morality and integrity, the meaning of rape in various social contexts and the demand for justice from the international community are discussed. In addition to her role in the legal system, Viseur-Sellers discusses her experiences as an African-American...
Abstract The following is a brief summary of the main implications of the Foca indictment of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. This case is mentioned in the interviews with McDonald and Viseur-Sellers. It is of central relevance to the concept of justice in relation...
Abstract The experience of a Belgrade feminist now defined as Serbian by a government that she rejects is explored in this article. The organization, Women in Black Against War, of which she is a founding member, works to help women regain a sense of dignity as they move from victim to survivor....
Abstract The personal experiences of the author working with women's organizations in regions destabilized by war is the focus of this article. The author summarizes the results of a report commissioned by the Dutch government to analyze the state of para-professional work, describes her own...
Abstract In this article, the author shares both her personal and professional experiences in working with women and children who have been subjected to soul-destroying violence in the Former Yugoslavia in recent years.
Abstract This article presents a woman-centered approach to healing that is necessitated by trauma inflicted by armed conflict. The authors present a historical context within which they depict many of the daily consequences that citizens experienced. A training program was developed during a...
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