Building Resilience and Resistance to Child, Early, and Forced Marriage through Acquiring Skills Findings from Implementation Research in Nigeria

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Author: Judith-Ann Walker Publications: Global Economy & Development Working Paper 129 Date: August, 2019 Building Resilience and Resistance to Child, Early, and Forced Marriage through Acquiring Skills Findings from Implementation Research in Nigeria (pdf)

‘We Were Controlled, We Were Not Allowed to Express Our Sexuality, Our Intimacy Was Suppressed’: Sexual Violence Experienced by Boys

[Seulement disponible en anglais] Research Handbook on Child Soldiers (Mark A. Drumbl & Jastine C. Barrett eds., Edward Elgar Publishing 2019) Washington & Lee Legal Studies Paper No. 2019-01# Authors: Erin K. Baines, Evelyn Amony, Omer Aijazi Date: January 14, 2019 Abstract Why are academic and policy discourses on child soldiers relatively silent on sexual violence … Lire la suite‘We Were Controlled, We Were Not Allowed to Express Our Sexuality, Our Intimacy Was Suppressed’: Sexual Violence Experienced by Boys

Spaces of international gender justice: a reply to Baldez and DeLaet

[Disponible en anglais seulement] Author: Annie Bunting, Law & Society, York University, Toronto, Canada Source: Global Discourse ABSTRACT In assessing the effectiveness of international human rights law to achieve meaningful gender equality, Lisa Baldez and Debra DeLaet offer two complementary yet different case studies. De Laet argues that despite the rhetoric and promise of international … Lire la suiteSpaces of international gender justice: a reply to Baldez and DeLaet

Gender politics and geopolitics of international criminal law in Uganda

[Disponible en anglais seulement] Author: Annie Bunting, Law & Society, York University, Toronto, Canada Journal: Global Discourse Published online: 19 Nov 2018 ABSTRACT This paper explores the views of victim survivors – both men and women – on the current prosecution of Dominic Ongwen at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity, including the crime … Lire la suiteGender politics and geopolitics of international criminal law in Uganda

The Expressive Nature of Law: What We Learn from Conjugal Slavery to Forced Marriage in International Criminal Law

Disponible seulement en anglais Authors: Annie Bunting and Izevbuwa Kehinde Ikhimiukor Source: International Criminal Law Review, Volume 18, Issue 2, pages 331 – 353 Publication Year : 2018 DOI: 10.1163/15718123-01802004 ISSN: 1567-536X E-ISSN: 1571-8123 Abstract: The March 2016 Confirmation of Charges Decision of the Pre-Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court in Prosecutor v. Dominic Ongwen characterized the practice of … Lire la suiteThe Expressive Nature of Law: What We Learn from Conjugal Slavery to Forced Marriage in International Criminal Law

Buried in the Heart Women, Complex Victimhood and the War in Northern Uganda

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Part of Cambridge Studies in Law and Society Author: Erin Baines, University of British Columbia, Vancouver ISBN: 9781316502099 Series: Cambridge Studies in Law and Society Subjects: Humanitarian Law, Socio-Legal Studies, Law In Buried in the Heart, Erin Baines explores the political agency of women abducted as children by the Lord’s Resistance Army in northern Uganda, forced … Lire la suiteBuried in the Heart Women, Complex Victimhood and the War in Northern Uganda

Contemporary Slavery Popular Rhetoric and Political Practice

Contemporary Slavery Popular Rhetoric and Political Practice Edited by Annie Bunting and Joel Quirk SERIES: Law and Society UBC Press Contemporary slavery has recently and unexpectedly emerged as a source of both popular fascination and a spur to political mobilization. This volume brings together a cast of leading experts to carefully explore how the history … Lire la suiteContemporary Slavery Popular Rhetoric and Political Practice

Récente publication : « Le mariage forcé au sein de l’Armée de résistance du Seigneur (LRA), Rapport de pays sur l’Ouganda »

Uganda Country report

[Disponible en anglais seulement] By Teddy Atim, with Grace Acan, Jane Etap, and Annie Bunting Conjugal Slavery in War (CSiW) Research Partnership KEY FINDINGS The purpose of this country report is to share the findings of interviews with 48 female survivors of the conflict in northern Uganda. The interviewed women were all abducted, held captive … Lire la suiteRécente publication : « Le mariage forcé au sein de l’Armée de résistance du Seigneur (LRA), Rapport de pays sur l’Ouganda »