Gender Perspectives on Small Arms and Light Weapons: Regional and International Concerns
Monday, July 1, 2002
Bonn International Center for Conversion; Vanessa A. Farr; Wendy Cukier; Hon. Zoë Bakoko Bakoru; Jane Sanyu Mpagi; Amani El Jack; Ruth Ojambo Ochieng; Olive C. Kobusingye; Kiflemariam Gebre-Wold
This publication gives a comprehensive overview of how local gender ideologies not only determine attitudes to small arms but underpin social and political practices which make women more vulnerable to violence everywhere.
Gender Perspectives on Small Arms and Light Weapons: Regional and International Concerns, Farr et al, 2002
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