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Violent conflict, political settlement and intimate partner violence, Lessons from Northern Ireland

 Violent conflict, political settlement and intimate partner violence, Lessons from Northern Ireland Citation: Download the research report. Policy points: An understanding of inter-personal (‘domestic’) violence (IPV) that incorporates coercive and controlling behaviour related to threats of harassment and psychological abuse, alongside physical violence, is vital in both conflict and post-conflict situations. Given the investment in […]

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Moving Slowly to Regulate and Recognize: Human Rights Meets Intimate Partner Sexual Violence

Moving Slowly to Regulate and Recognize: Human Rights Meets Intimate Partner Sexual Violence McWilliams, M. and Ní Aoláin, F. (2016) Key points: • Structural and conceptual limitations of existing paradigms challenge public bodies’ address of rape by intimate partners. • International human rights law is slowly recognising intimate sexual violence as fully experienced and consequential human […]

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Women at the Peace Table: The Gender Dynamics of Peace Negotiations

Women at the Peace Table: The Gender Dynamics of Peace Negotiations Citation: Download the book chapter Policy points: For a meaningful and genuine transformation process to take place, women’s interests cannot be aspirational but must be central part of the constitutional and legislative guarantees. Abstract: Where violence and conflict have become the norm, negotiating an […]

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