Materials of the V International Gender Workshop “Gender and (Military) Conflicts in Easter-European Countries through Feminist Lenses”

Materials of the V International Gender Workshop “Gender and (Military) Conflicts in Easter-European Countries through Feminist Lenses”

Mar 31, 2018
Heinrich Boell Foundation
Place of Publication: Lviv, Ukraine
Date of Publication: February 2018
Number of Pages: 50
License: CC-BY-NC-ND 4.0
Language of Publication: English

Table of contents:

2 UNSCR 1325’s implementation: Achievements, gaps and ideas for improvement from the perspective of independent German and Swiss civil society and women´s rights

Joanna Barelkowska, German Women’s Security Council

Berlin, Germany

 

10 Co-optation of feminism: Gender, Militarism and the UNSC Resolution 1325

Anna Nikoghosyan Program Director, Society Without Violence NGO

Erevan, Armenia

 

21 Experiences of protracted displacement in narratives of Internally Displaced women from Abkhazia

Nargiza Arjevanidze, Visiting PhD student at the Department of Gender Studies within the Swedish Institute (SI) Visby Programme

Tbilisi, Georgia

 

26 Interplay of Gender and Nationalism

Case study: War Crimes in Bosnia & Herzegovina 1992-1995

Dr. Zarije Seizović, Professor of International Law Faculty of Political Sciences Sarajevo

Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

37 Ticking off the Czech Republic’s UN Commitment as Completed: Reflecting on the First Czech National Action Plan on Women, Peace and Security

Mila O’Sullivan, Researcher, Institute of International Relations

Prague, Czech Republic

 

Blanka Šimůnková, Consultant in Gender Justice and Development

Prague, Czech Republic

 

43 WOMEN STORIES OF ONE WAR: Why do we need to create women narratives as part of the process of writing history?

Irena Cvetkovic, Executive Director, Coalition Sexual and Health Rights of Marginalized Communities

Skopje, Macedonia

 

48 Justice comes after the war? War related sexual violence and legal nationalism in four countries of former Yugoslavia

 

Adriana Zaharijević, University of Belgrade, Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory

Belgrade, Serbia

Gordana Subotić, University of Melbourne

Melbourne, Australia

 

54 Abstracts and bio of the speakers of

International Gender Workshop – 2017

 

56 PROGRAMME