Gender, Violence, Human Rights, Peace: Activist / Research from Different Parts of the World

Thursday, July 17, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:20 AM
Room: 303
RC32 Women in Society (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Bandana PURKAYASTHA, University of Connecticut, USA and Akosua ADOMAKO AMPOFO, University of Ghana, Ghana
Miho IWATA, University of Connecticut, USA
Globalization and Third Way Theories: The Beleaguered Family and Marginalization of Women (Oral Presentation)
Taisha ABRAHAM, Delhi University, India

In the Name of the Rule of Law and Democracy: Institutional Restructuring of the State and Women's Rights in Iraq (Oral Presentation)
Deniz GÖKALP, American University in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Zeynep KAYA, London School of Economics, United Kingdom

How We Cope: The Study of the Gendered Dimensions of Conflict on Women in the Niger Delta Region (Oral Presentation)
Chioma Daisy ONYIGE, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

The Right of Women to a Free Violence City. a Case Study about Public Transportation in Mexico City (Oral Presentation)
Paula Carolina SOTO VILLAGRAN, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico

Domestic Violence and Rationality on Small Islands (Oral Presentation)
Jeanne DE BRUIJN, Free University , Netherlands; Frank KRIEK, Regioplan Amsterdam, Netherlands; Katrien DE VAAN, Regioplan Amsterdam, Netherlands

The Impact Of Economic Empowerment On Women's Risk Of Intimate Partner Violence In Turkey (Oral Presentation)
Isil BAYRAKTAR, Hacettepe University, Turkey; Ismet KOC, Prof. Dr., Turkey

Violence Against Female International Students and the Need for 'Gender Security' (Oral Presentation)
Helen FORBES-MEWETT, Monash University, Australia

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