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Conflict and Humanitarianism

Panel Gender, Sexuality and Violence in humanitarian crises - Dorothea Hilhorst, Dyan Mazurana and Teddy Atim
1. Implementing MISP (Minimum Initial Service Package) for reproductive and sexual health services for the flood affected people in Bangladesh: A case study - masum masum al jaki
2. Innovative Social Work: Benefits of International Cooperation for Intervention and Prevention of Domestic Violence and its Traumatic Implications - Dror Netzer, Dr. Finkelstein Michal, Dr. MD Pach Miller Lleni
3. Moral Spaces and Sexual Transgression: the “Event,” the “Ordinary,” and “logics” of sexual violence in northern Uganda - Holly Porter
4. GENDER, SEXUALITY AND VIOLENCE IN HUMANITARIAN CRISIS: AN APPRAISAL OF THE NIGERIAN CHIBOK GIRLS UNDER THE ENCLAVE OF BOKO HARAM - ibrahim sheriff ghali
5. The many faces of transactional sex: Women’s agency, livelihoods and risk factors in humanitarian contexts: A Literature Review - Constance Formson and Dorothea Hilhorst
6. Surviving the post conflict: Female survivors of conflict related sexual violence in northern Uganda - Teddy Atim
7. Prostitution and transactional sex in South Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: practices and underlying factors - P. Isumbisho, D. Hilhorst, J. Ruhamya, et al.
8. Getting the balance right? Sexual violence response in the Democratic Republic of Congo; A comparison between 2011 and 2014 - Nynke Douma, Dorothea Hilhorst and Jocelyn Matabaro
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