SOUTH ASIAN STRATEGIC STUDIES AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

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Violence Against Women in Politics: Surveillance System

South Asia Partnership International
2006

The Guidebook on VAWIP Surveillance System emerges as a tool for implementing VAWIP Surveillance System...read more

 
Unfolding the Realities: Silenced Voices of Women in Politics

South Asia Partnership International
2007

Political participation of women in the state structure and mechanisms in South Asia is still a far dream...read more

 
Incidents that Changed the Course of Women Politicians

South Asia Partnership International
2007

This case study reveals the major causes for the low political participation of women in politics. It...read more

 
Combating Violence Against Women in Politics: Revisiting policies, politics and participation (Proceeding Report)

South Asia Partnership International
2009

South Asia has been classified as the worst region in terms of indicators with the highest rates of different...read more

 
WOMEN AND LAND: Securing Rights for Better Lives

Debbie Budlender, Eileen Alma
2011

Land is an important source of security against poverty across the developing world, but, in many places,...read more

 
Global Monitoring Checklist on Women Peace and Security; Afghanistan • Democratic Republic of Congo Nepal • Northern Ireland • Sri Lanka

Gender Action for Peace and Security (GAPS)
2009

The Global Monitoring Checklist is a pilot research project designed to contribute towards international...read more

 
Law and Order Situation and Gender-based Violence Bangladeshi Perspective

Lailufar Yasmin
2000

As we have entered the new millennium, the rights and status of women in society have gained paramount...read more

 
Sri Lanka: Women’s Insecurity in the North and East


2011

Women in Sri Lanka’s predominantly Tamil-speaking north and east are facing a desperate lack of security...read more

 

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