Interrogating Gender and State in Local, National and Transnational Contexts

Friday, July 18, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:20 AM
Room: 302
RC32 Women in Society (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizers:
Evangelia TASTSOGLOU, Saint Mary┤s University, Canada and Margaret ABRAHAM, Hofstra University, USA
Cynthia JOSEPH, Monash University, Australia
Title of Paper: Multisided Violence and the State in the Lives of Guatemalan and Salvadoran Women (Oral Presentation)
Cecilia MENJ═VAR, Arizona State University, USA

Sexual Violence and the Issue of Comfort Women in Contemporary Japan (Oral Presentation)
Kazue MUTA, Osaka University, Japan

Addressing Domestic Violence in Canada and the United States: The Uneasy Co-Habitation of Women and the State (Oral Presentation)
Margaret ABRAHAM, Hofstra University, USA; Evangelia TASTSOGLOU, Saint Mary┤s University, Canada

Holding West African States to Task on Gender and Violence: Domesticating Unscr 1325 through National Action Plans and NGO Advocacy (Oral Presentation)
Josephine BEOKU-BETTS, Florida Atlantic University, USA; Akosua ADOMAKO AMPOFO, University of Ghana, Ghana; E. Njoki WAMAI, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

The Role of National Member States and the EU in Fighting Violence Against Women in 10 European Countries (Oral Presentation)
Consuelo CORRADI, Lumsa University, Italy; Heidi STOECKL, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom

Interrogating Violence Against Women and State Violence Policy through Gendered Intersectionalities and Intersectional Gender: Local, National and Transnational Contexts (Oral Presentation)
Jeff HEARN, Írebro University, Sweden; Sofia STRID, Írebro University, Sweden; Liisa HUSU, Írebro University, Sweden

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