3 edition of Conflict and displacement found in the catalog.
|Statement||Wydawnictwo i Drukarnia Libra|
|Publishers||Wydawnictwo i Drukarnia Libra|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 61 p. :|
|Number of Pages||98|
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IPV has also been documented among conflict-affected populations, including refugees and internally displaced persons IDPsand stress related to conflict may be a trigger for IPV or may exacerbate ongoing violence [—]. List of countries covered by ReliefWeb.
De Waal compares mortality figures from famines in the Darfur and Bahr al-Ghazal regions with an eye to the success of survival strategies in each case. Group cohesion is threatened in forced displacement, and often results in the short or long term dispersion of family and community.
We are thus inviting papers on any topic within the empirical, micro-level analysis of the intersection of violent conflict and socio-economic development. International NGOs are not alone in framing the humanitarian dimensions of the ongoing crisis in Sudan in socio-economic terms. This often placed women in unfamiliar settings where they faced economic disadvantages.
By reframing the climate—migration—conflict nexus around local resilience, we can see both mobility and immobility as precursors to security threats. We were also unable to interview young women between the ages of 15-18 years, despite evidence of need for inclusion of children in violence research. the Inter-American Court of Human Rights Carrillo-Santarelli• IHL also prohibits the use of certain weapons and requires the parties to the conflict to clear, remove or destroy explosive remnants of war in territories under their control, after the cessation of hostilities and as soon as feasible, making the environment safer for returnees.
For a concise yet thorough account of the developments leading to the contemporary crisis, see Douglas Johnson, The Southern Sudan London: The Minority Rights Group, 1988.
This adaptation of an indigenous survival Conflict and displacement wild food gathering to OLS dropzones requires no small amount of familiarity with the conditions and dangers involved. Of course, the two components of this safety net are distinguishable only in theory, not in practice. Women don't let them treat us Conflict and displacement way anymore. As important as this information is, it does not inform Conflict and displacement in any way about the nature and degree of socio-cultural loss—a dimension of existence fundamental to the survival and well-being of southern populations.
Cohen D, Green A, Wood E: Wartime Sexual Violence: Misconceptions, Implications, and Ways Forward. Breakdown of the safety net thus results from two distinct variables: one human, the other environmental. The research presented here is part of a larger study that attempts to overcome under-reporting and under-utilization of services among IDP and refugee populations .
Nonetheless, our findings related to the conflict setting are supported by research and NGO reports, including for example, child recruitment, threats, physical violence, torture and dismemberment [, ]. We don't let them decide for us anymore. Among the 160,000 Rwandan refugees in northern Tanzania in 1996, some 12,000 were unaccompanied minors 1996 World Refugee Survey, p.
Such conflict foments its own type of leveling by violently reducing different forms and expressions of cultural life to the same base and dehumanizing level whereby survival alone becomes a daily risk, a daily struggle.
Furthermore, there is now a broad consensus that violent political conflict and economic development are intertwined, and a fast-growing literature studies this relationship with micro-data.
[When asked if women who have had sexual violence are tested for HIV].
— Survivor 115 GBV service and reporting In the conflict setting, there were often minimal or no health or protection services.
Knowledge of local ecosystems, growth cycles, and edibility is essential to successful food gathering.
In humanitarian settings, individuals who have shared experiences can serve to provide support groups for survivors, provide peer education, and engage in community mobilization in others [—].
Often husbands and partners chose to stay with their farms, but were later displaced and joined their families in town.