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Title: Gender, Law, and Security
Authors: Liechtenstein Institute on Self Determination
English, Beth
Buckinx, Barbara
Aiello, Jack
Aronoff, Maya
Chotrani, Dina
Docampo, Isabel
Kalinowska, Kasia
Ninan, Rebekah
Sakha, Sarah Ariyan
Quinn, Caitlin
Wu, Angela
Keywords: Gender
Sexual Violence
Reproductive Rights
Issue Date: Aug-2018
Series/Report no.: Student Research Series;1
Abstract: This volume is a sampling of research conducted by student fellows in the Project on Gender in the Global Community (GCC) at the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University. Over the course of the 2017-18 academic year, GGC fellows pursued independent, academically rigorous research around a topic of their choosing. The papers in this volume represent a variety of disciplines and methodologies, and the range of work undertaken by students throughout the year—some in connection to course work, junior policy seminars and senior theses, others as stand-alone research papers, and still others as short framing essays intended to serve as starting points for larger long-term research projects. The volume is divided into three sections focusing on 1) conflict and sexual violence, 2) political and social empowerment, and 3) reproductive rights.
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