Gender, sexuality, and violence in humanitarian crises

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Hilhorst, Dorothea; Porter, Holly; Gordon, Rachel;
(2018)

Abstract: Gender, sexuality, and violence have attracted significant attention in the sphere of humanitarianism in recent years. While this shift builds on the earlier Gender and Development approach and the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda, analytical depth is lacking... View more
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