4 edition of Gender, rights, and security found in the catalog.
Gender, rights, and security
|Statement||[editor], Siddhartha Sarkar.|
|Contributions||Sarkar, Siddhartha, 1973-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||2009305483|
Gender equality: Women’s rights in review 25 years after Beijing. Marking the 25th anniversary of the adoption of the Beijing Platform for Action, as well as the first time that progress on the implementation of the Platform is reviewed in light of the Agenda for Sustainable Development, this report takes an integrated approach to reporting on progress, gaps, and challenges related to. Novick finds that this accessible book provides a strong argument for further scholarship on gender throughout the security literature. International Security and Gender. Nicole Detraz. Polity. April Find this book: Security studies have become ever more cluttered in .
Gender and security sector reform is an emerging subfield of security sector reform (SSR) that is both practical and conceptual. SSR generally is a comprehensive framework within which all or part of a state's security sector undergoes a process of transformation in order to bring it more into line with principles such as democratic oversight, good governance and the rule of law. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Gender.
Cyber Crime and the Victimization of Women: Laws, Rights and Regulations is a unique and important contribution to the literature on cyber crime. It explores gendered dimensions of cyber crimes like adult bullying, cyber stalking, hacking, defamation, morphed pornographic images, and electronic blackmailing. The unfinished business of our time Women and girls represent half of the world’s population and, therefore, also half of its potential. Gender equality, besides being a fundamental human right.
The book argues for a re-conceptualisation of gendered violence in conjunction with security, in order to avoid partial and highly problematic understandings of rights practical by: Women, Gender, and Human Rights is the first collection of essays that encompass a global perspective on women and a wide range of issues, including political and domestic violence, education, literacy, and reproductive rights.
Most of the articles were written expressly for this volume by internationally known experts in the fields of government, bioethics, medicine, public affairs, literature, 5/5(2). This volume examines the specific gender roles in peace and security.
The authors analyse the implementation process of United Nations Security Council Resolution in various countries and discuss systemic challenges concerning the Women, Peace and Security agenda. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Contributed articles on Gender development and social issues predominantly in Indian context.
In this Book. The nature of human security is changing globally: interstate conflict and even intrastate conflict may be diminishing worldwide, yet threats to individuals and communities persist.
Large-scale violence by formal and informal armed forces intersects with interpersonal and domestic forms of violence in mutually reinforcing ways. Gender, Violence and Human Security is an important contribution to the literature on human security, as well as human rights and human development.
It confronts the short-comings of human security as a concept, particularly its broad definition of security/insecurity and the. This book defines the relationship between gender and international security, analyzing and critiquing international security theory and practice from a gendered perspective.
Gender issues have an important place in the international security landscape, but have been neglected both in the theory and practice of international security. For a Foreign Policy Based on Human Rights and Gender Equality: The Need for Action by the German Foreign Office on Implementation of the “Women, Peace and Security” Agenda Pages About this book.
Introduction. This volume examines the specific gender roles in peace and security. The authors analyse the implementation process of.
The book deepens and broadens current security discourses, encouraging serious consideration of alternatives to the present global security system that functions to advantage state security over human security, a system the contributors perceive to be.
04 Gender and Security The consideration of gender in security risk management is very important, given the reality that men and women face varying levels of exposure to speciﬁc situational threats (e.g. male staff are statistically more affected by violent crimes, while female staff are more affected by.
Introduced with a foreword by Martin Scheinin, former UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and Counter-Terrorism, the volume examines a wide range of gendered impacts of counter-terrorism measures that have not been theorized in the leading texts on terrorism, counter-terrorism, national security, and human rights.
Gender, National Security Cited by: 3. This book defines the relationship between gender and international security, analyzing and critiquing international security theory and practice from a gendered perspective.
Gender issues have an important place in the international security landscape, but have been neglected both in the theory and practice of international security/5.
Gender, Human Security and the United Nations Security language as a political framework for women Natalie Florea Hudson The Struggle for the West A divided and contested legacy Christopher S. Browning and Marko Lehti Gender and International Security File Size: 2MB.
Review of "Gender, Violence and Security" by Laura J. Shepherd (London: Zed Books, ). Drawing together theoretical work on discourses of gender violence and international security, sexualised violence in war, gender and peace processes, and the domestic-international dichotomy, this book develops a discourse-theoretical analysis.
The Consortium’s work aims to use knowledge about gender and security to end armed conflicts and build sustainable international peace. We seek to further the development of new knowledge on the topics of gender, armed conflict and security, while also bridging the gap between the scholarly research community and policy makers.
Book chapterFull text access. Chapter 1 - History of Women in Security Liz Martinez. Pages Abstract For many years, service in the military or law enforcement has been the stepping stone to a security career.
For a long time, the typical service member or police officer was male. The training manual on Gender and Security, designed and compiled by DCAF, was produced in the framework of the UN Women Cross-regional Programme, entitled “Women Connect Across Conflicts: Building Accountabil-ity for Implementation of UNSCR,” which was funded by the European Size: 1MB.
The Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security Edited by Sara E. Davies and Jacqui True Oxford Handbooks.
Provides a comprehensive overview of the Women, Peace, and Security agenda, as well as the gender-specific impacts of conflict and violence.
The author investigates UN Security Council Resolutionpassed in to address gender issues in conflict areas, in order to examine the discursive construction of security policy that takes gender seriously. In doing so, she argues that language is not merely descriptive of social/political reality but rather constitutive of it.
A human rights and gender sensitive approach in the daily activity of the police, armed forces, border agencies and other security sector actors, strengthens their overall effectiveness and responsiveness.
When security providers pay attention to the needs and rights of both women and men.The book addresses the fundamental questions of what feminist legal theory is, what rights are, who the subject of rights is and how a human rights document can be read in a gender-conscious way.
It explores issues such as the legal regulation of sexuality and prosecution .diverse voices in national security and conflict prevention and regional security. Prior to joining Ploughshares Fund inshe worked with a variety of international education, gender, human rights and security organizations, holding positions in both development and research.
She has a Master’s of Science in Global.