To send content items to your account please confirm that you agree to abide by our usage policies if this is the first time you use this feature you will be asked to authorise cambridge core to connect with your account find out more about sending content to to send content items to your . Conflict related violence against women transforming transition aisling swaine cambridge cambridge university press 2018 332 pp 9999 cloth 3499 paper conflict related sexual violence crsv against women particularly rape committed by armed actors has received significant attention from policymakers practitioners and scholars over the last decade. Conflict related violence against women is often understood to mean sexual violence specifically rape used as a weapon of war but this is only one part of a broad continuum of gender violence which must be understood and addressed within and across conflict settings. Aisling swaine is the author of upcoming book conflict related violence against women transforming transitionher research impels readers to examine gendered aspects of violence and gender inequality intrinsically linked to power structures exacerbated during periods of conflict. Conclusion transforming transition en schemadescription by comparatively assessing violence against women in three conflict affected jurisdictions liberia northern ireland and timor leste conflict related violence against women empirically and theoretically expands current understanding of the form and nature of conflict related
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