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close this bookDevelopment in Conflict - The Gender Dimension (Oxfam, 1994)
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View the documentForeword
close this folderI. Development and conflict: The gender dimension
close this folder1. Understanding armed conflict
View the document1.1 Introduction
View the document1.2 Analysing conflicts
View the document1.3 Conflict as a process
View the document1.4 A new model of development
close this folder2 The gender dimensions of armed conflict
View the document2.1 Introduction
View the document2.2 Women's experience of conflict
View the document2.3 Changes in gender relations: power, conflict and transformation a. The potential for social transformation
close this folder3. Implementing gender sensitive responses to conflict
View the document3.1 Introduction
View the document3.2 Assessment, monitoring and evaluation
View the document3.3 Policy considerations in specific conflict-related situations
View the document3.4 Partnership issues
View the document3.5 Institutional issues
close this folderII. Case studies
close this folderA: The impact of armed conflict on gender relations
View the documentCase Study 1: Cambodia
View the documentCase Study 2: Somalia
View the documentCase Study 3: Uganda
close this folderB: The effects of conflict on women
View the documentCase Study 4: An overview
View the documentCase Study 5: A checklist
close this folderC. Meeting the support needs of women in conflict situations
View the documentCase Study 6: Sri Lanka
close this folderD. Working with partners on gender issues in conflict situations
View the documentCase Study 7: Burma
View the documentCase Study 8: The Philippines
close this folderE. The evolution of Oxfam's gender strategy in conflict
View the documentCase Study 9: Lebanon
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