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Suggested ReadingAnderlini, Sanam Naraghi. Women Building Peace, What They Do, Why It Matters, Boulder, Colorado Lynne Rienner, 2007.
Bannon, Ian, and Maria C. Correia. The Other Half of Gender: Men’s Issues in Development. Washington, DC : World Bank, 2006.
Cockburn, Cynthia. Publications and ongoing research available at www.cynthiacockburn.org.
Enloe, Cynthia. Bananas, Beaches, and Bases: Making Feminist Sense of International Politics. London: Pandora Press, HarperCollins, 1989.
Galtung, Johan. Peace by Peaceful Means; Peace and Conflict, Development and Civilization. Oslo: International Peace Research Institute, 1996.
Greenberg, Marcia and Andrea Zuckerman. “The Gender Dimensions of Post-Conflict Reconstruction: An Analytical Framework.” Gender and Development: An Oxfam Journal 12, no 3 (2004), http://www.genderaction.org
Hudson, Heidi. “Doing Security as Though Humans Mattered A Feminist Perspective on the Politics of Human Security.” Security Dialogue, Vol. 36, No 2, June 2005. ttp://www.arts.yorku.ca/politics/ncanefe/courses/pols4255/pdf/Week%208%20Hudson.pdf
Kumar, Krishna (ed.), Women and Civil War: Impact, Organizations, and Action. Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner, 2001.
Mazurana, Dyan, and Kristopher Carlson. From Combat to Community. Washington, DC: Hunt Alternatives Fund, 2004.
Mazurana, Dyan, and Susan McKay. Women and Peacebuilding: Essays on Human Rights and Development 8. Montreal, Canada: International Center for Human Rights and Democratic Development, 1999.
Moser, Caroline. Victims, Perpetrators, or Actors? Gender, Armed Conflict, and Political Violence. London: Zed books, 2001.
Paulson, Joshua. “Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Argentina, 1977-1983.” In Waging Nonviolent Struggle, Gene Sharp (ed.). Boston: Extending Horizon Books, 2005.
Piza-Lopez, Eugenia, and Susanne Schmeidl. Gender and Conflict Early Warning: A Framework for Action. London and Geneva: International Alert and Swiss Peace Foundation, 2002.
Potter, Antonia. “We the Women: Why Conflict Mediation is Not Just a Job for Men.” Opinion, October 2005. Geneva: Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue.
Tickner, J. Ann. Gender in International Relations: Feminist Perspectives on Achieving Global Security. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992.
“What is Your Research Program? Some Feminist Answers to International Relations Methodological Questions.” International Studies Quarterly 49 (1):1-21. http://www.genderandsecurity.umb.edu/Tickner.pdf
United Nations Inter-Agency Standing Committee. Women, Girls, Boys and Men. Different Needs, Equal Opportunities: A Gender Handbook for Humanitarian Action. New York. December 2006. See also their excellent, free online training.
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