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CHAPTER 1

  1. UNFPA. 1994. "Principles" from the ICPD Programme of Action adopted at the International Conference on Population and Development. Cairo: UNFPA.
  2. UNFPA. n.d. State of World Population. New York: UNFPA.
  3. Sen, A. 2004. "How Does Culture Matter?" in Culture and Public Action, edited by V. Rao and M. Walton. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  4. See Chapter 2 for an extended discussion.
  5. UNESCO. 1997. Our Creative Diversity: Report of the World Commission on Culture. Paris: Oxford & IBH Publishing Co. / UNESCO Publishing.
  6. UNDP. 2004. Cultural Liberty in Today's Diverse World. New York: UNDP.
  7. UNFPA. Forthcoming 2008. "Indonesia: Ending violence against women and keeping the faith", in Programming to Address Violence Against Women: Eight Case Studies. New York: UNFPA.
  8. Ibid.
  9. LeBaron, M. 2003. "Culture and Conflict", in Beyond Intractability, edited by G. Burgess and H. Burgess. Boulder: Conflict Research Consortium, University of Colorado.
  10. UNFPA. 2004. Wole Sovinka, Nigerian Nobel Laureate, quoted in "Quotes on Culture and Culturally Sensitive Approaches". Website: http://www.unfpa.org/culture/quotes.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  11. UNFPA. 2004. Culture Matters: Working with Communities and Faith-based Organizations—Case Studies from Country Programmes. New York: UNFPA.
  12. Geertz, C. 1973. The Interpretation of Cultures: Selected Essays. New York: Basic Books.
  13. UNFPA. 2004. "Quotes on Culture and Culturally Sensitive Approaches". Website: http://www.unfpa.org/culture/quotes.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  14. Ross, M.H. 1997. "Culture and Identity in Comparative Political Analysis" in Comparative Politics: rationality, culture and structure, edited by M. Lichbach and A. Zuckerman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  15. Schalkwyk J. 2000. "Culture, Gender Equality and Development Cooperation". Unpublished paper prepared for Canadian International Development Agency.
  16. Bourdieu, P. 1980. The Logic of Practice. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  17. Ross, M.H. 1997. Op. cit.
  18. Chabal, P. and J. Daloz. 1988. Culture Troubles: Politics and the Interpretation of Meaning. London: Hurst and Company.
  19. Ibid.
  20. UNESCO. 2001. Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity. Paris: UNESCO.
  21. Sen, A. 2004. Op. cit.
  22. Bourdieu, P. 1980. Op.cit.
  23. UNFPA. 2004. Pastor Pax Tan Chiow Lian, quoted in "Quotes on Culture and Culturally Sensitive Approaches". Website: http://www.unfpa.org/culture/quotes.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  24. Said, E. 2003. Orientalism: Western Conceptions of the Orient, London: Penguin Books.
  25. Mohanty, C. 2003. Feminism Without Borders: Decolonizing Theory, Practising Solidarity. Durham: Duke University Press.
  26. Marshall, K. 2005. "Religious Faith and Development: Rethinking Development Debates". Paper presented at Religious NGOs and International Development Conference, Oslo, Norway, 7 April 2005. Website: http://www.vanderbilt.edu/csrc/PDFs%20and%20Jpgs/marshall-debates.pdf, accessed 15 June 2008.
  27. Knutsson, K.E. 2005. "Without Culture, No Sustainable Development: Some reflections on the topic". Unpublished paper presented at the seminar "Research Collaboration in the Fields of Culture and Sustainable Development", held at Stjernsund, Sweden in September 2000.
  28. United Nations. 1986. Declaration on the Right to Development (A/RES/41/128). New York: United Nations General Assembly.
  29. Harragin, S. 2004. "Relief and an Understanding of Local Knowledge: The Case of Southern Sudan", in Culture and Public Action, edited by V. Rao and M. Walton. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  30. Njoh, A. 2006. Tradition, Culture and Development in Africa. Burlington: Ashgate Publishing Company.
  31. Chabal, P. and J. Daloz. 1988. Culture Troubles: Politics and the Interpretation of Meaning. London: Hurst and Company.
  32. Geertz, C. 1983. Local Knowledge: further essays in interpretive anthropology. London: Perseus Books.
  33. Murray, S. 2001. Changing Culture, Changing Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  34. An-Na'im, A. 1990. "Problems of Universal Cultural Legitimacy for Human Rights", in Human Rights in Africa: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, edited by A. An-Na'im and F. M. Deng. Washington DC: Brookings Institution Press.

CHAPTER 2

  1. An-Na'im, A. 1990. Toward an Islamic Reformation: Civil Liberties, Human Rights and International Law. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.
  2. United Nations. 1945. Charter of the United Nations. San Francisco: United Nations.
  3. United Nations. 1948. Universal Declaration of Human Rights. San Francisco: United Nations.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Ibid.
  6. Nyamu-Musembi, C. 2005. "Toward an Actor-Oriented Perspective on Human Rights", in Meanings and Expressions of Citizenship: Perspectives from the North and South, edited by N. Kabeer. London: Zed Books.
  7. Chanock, M. 2002. "Human Rights and Cultural Branding: Who Speaks and How", in Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in Africa, edited by A. An-na'im. London: Zed Books.
  8. American Anthropological Association. 1947. "Statement on Human Rights", American Anthropologist, 49: 539.
  9. Murray, S. 2001. Changing Culture, Changing Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  10. Nyamu-Musembi, C. 2005. "Toward an Actor-Oriented Perspective on Human Rights", in Meanings and Expressions of Citizenship: Perspectives from the North and South, edited by N. Kabeer. London: Zed Books.
  11. UNFPA. 2003. Addressing Violence against Women: Piloting and Programming. New York: UNFPA.
  12. UNFPA. 2008. Lao Tsu, quoted in Integrating Human Rights, Culture and Gender In Programming Trainer's Guide, Culture Training Workshop, Brasilia, Brazil, June 2008.
  13. Sen, A. 2004. "How Does Culture Matter?" in Culture and Public Action, edited by V. Rao and M. Walton. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  14. An Na'im, 1990. "Human Rights in the Muslim World: Socio-Political Conditions and Scriptural Imperatives" in Harvard Human Rights Journal, Volume 3, Spring: 20.
  15. An Na'im, A. 1992. "Toward a Cross-Cultural Approach to Defining International Standards of Human Rights", in Human Rights in Cross-Cultural Perspective, edited by A. An Na'im. Philadelphia: University of Philadelphia Press.
  16. UNFPA. 2008. Integrating Human Rights, Culture and Gender In Programming Trainer's Guide, Culture Training Workshop, Brasilia, Brazil, June 2008.
  17. An Na'im, 1990. Op. Cit.
  18. An Na'im, A. 1992. Op.cit.
  19. Thoraya Ahmed Obaid, Executive Director UNFPA.
  20. UNFPA. 2004. Culture Matters: Working with Communities and Faith-based Organizations—Case Studies from Country Programmes. New York: UNFPA.
  21. Nyamu-Musembi, C. 2002. "Are Local Norms and Practices Fences or Pathways? The Example of Women's Property Rights", in Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in África, edited by A. An Na'im. London: Zed Books.
  22. Clark, C. and M. Reilly. Rights-Based Approaches and Beyond: Challenges of Linking Rights and Participation. Sussex: Institute of Development Studies.
  23. UNFPA. 2008. Integrating Human Rights, Culture and Gender In Programming Trainer's Guide, Culture Training Workshop, Brasilia, Brazil, June 2008.
  24. United Nations. 2007. Report of the Special Rapporteur on violence against women, its causes and consequences – Intersections between culture and violence against women (A/HRC/4/34). New York: United Nations.

CHAPTER 3

  1. Professor Cecilia Sardenberg contributed some of the text for this chapter and also wrote a background paper.
  2. UNFPA. 2008. Lao Tsu, quoted in Integrating Human Rights, Culture and Gender In Programming Trainer's Guide, Culture Training Workshop, Brasilia, Brazil, June 2008.
  3. United Nations. 1995. Beijing Platform of Action. New York: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for the Advancement of Women.
  4. UNFPA. 2008. Gender Equality: An End in Itself and a Cornerstone of Development. Website: http://www.unfpa.org/gender/index.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  5. United Nations. 1995. Beijing Platform of Action, op cit.
  6. United Nations. 1995. Beijing Platform of Action, op. cit. Articles 38-40.
  7. United Nations. 2000. "Women 2000: Gender Equality, Development and Peace for the Twenty-first Century". United Nations General Assembly Special Session, New York, 5-9 June 2000.
  8. United Nations. 2000. Millennium Declaration (A.55.2). New York: United Nations.
  9. UNFPA. 2005. Cultural Programming: Reproductive Health Challenges and Strategies in East and South-East Asia. New York: UNFPA.
  10. Hawthorne, S. M. 2006. Origins, Genealogies, and the Politics of Identity: Towards a Feminist Philosophy Of Myth. London: School of Oriental and Asian Studies.
  11. Spindel, Cheywa, Elisa Levy and Melissa Connor. 2000. With an End in Sight: Strategies from the UNIFEM Trust Fund to Eliminate Violence Against Women. New York: UNIFEM.
  12. IMF. 2000. Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper—Uganda's Poverty Eradication Action Plan Summary and Main Objectives. Kampala: Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development.
  13. Yates J. and J. Moncrieffe. 2002. Synthesis of Uganda's Participatory Poverty Assessment Cycle 1 Findings. London: Earthscan.
  14. Bachrach, P. and M. Baratz. 1962. "Two Faces of Power", in The American Political Science Review 56(4): 947-952.
  15. Ibid.
  16. Veneklasen, L. with V. Miller. 2002. A New Weave of Power, People and Politics. Warwickshire: Practical Action Publishing.
  17. Chanock, M. 2002. "Human Rights and Cultural Branding: Who Speaks and How?" in Cultural Transformation and Human Rights in Africa, edited by A. An-na'im. London: Zed Books.
  18. Chanock, M. 2002. Op. cit.
  19. UNFPA. 2005. Op. cit.
  20. Sardenberg C. 2007. "Negotiating Cultures: Promoting Gender Equality and Empowering Women". Background Paper for the State of World Population Report 2008, New York: UNFPA.
  21. In accordance with General Assembly Resolution A/RES/62/208, UNFPA's "operational activities are carried out for the benefit of programme countries, at the request of those countries and in accordance with their own policies and priorities for development".
  22. UNFPA. 1994. ICPD Programme of Action, para 1.15. New York: UNFPA.
  23. Veneklasen, L. with V. Miller. 2002. Op. cit.
  24. UNFPA. 2008. Integrating Human Rights, Culture and Gender In Programming Trainer's Guide, Culture Training Workshop, Brasilia, Brazil, June 2008.
  25. Veneklasen, L. with V. Miller. 2002. Op. cit.
  26. Banda and Chinkin, 2004. Gender, Minorities and Indigenous Peoples, London: MRG.
  27. Ibid.
  28. Ibid.
  29. UNFPA. 2008. Op. cit.
  30. Rao, V. and M. Walton, 2006. Culture and Public Action. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  31. Lavrin, A. 1998. "International Feminisms: Latin American Alternatives", in Gender & History, Vol. 10(3): 525.
  32. Ibid.
  33. Nyamu-Musembi, C. 2005. "An Actor Oriented Approach to Rights in Development", in Developing Rights? IDS Bulletin , Volume 36, Number 1. Sussex: Institute of Development Studies.
  34. Women, Faith and Development Alliance. "Mission". Website: http://www.wfd-alliance.org/AUmission.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  35. The African Women's Development and Communication Network (FEMNET). 2008. Website: http://www.femnet.or.ke/subsubsection.asp?ID=8, accessed 15 June 2008.
  36. UNFPA. 2008. Op. cit.
  37. IDS. 2008. Report on the Politicising Masculinities Symposium. Sussex: Institute for Development Studies. Website: http://64.233.169.104/search?q=cache:v_XjaZ2-FHEJ: www.siyanda.org/docs/esplen_greig_masculinities.pdf+IDS+2008,+Report+on+the
    +Politicising+Masculinities+Symposium&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=4&gl=us
    , accessed 15 June 2008.
  38. Ibid.
  39. Ibid.
  40. UNFPA. 2006. "Ending Violence Against Women". Website: http://www.unfpa.org/endingviolence/, accessed 15 June 2008.
  41. UNFPA. 2006. "Kindling Hope in Northern Ethiopia by Keeping Adolescent Girls in School", in UNFPA Feature. Website: http://www.unfpa.org/news/news.cfm?ID=947&Language=1, accessed 15 June 2008.

CHAPTER 4

  1. UNFPA. 1994. ICPD Programme of Action, adopted at the International Conference on Population and Development. New York: UNFPA.
  2. United Nations. 2006. Report of the Secretary-General: In-depth Study on all Forms of Violence Against Women. New York: United Nations.
  3. Men for Gender Equality Now—a Kenyan network of men working to end gender based violence. 2008. Website: http://www.changemakers.net/en-us/node/313, accessed 19 June 2008.
  4. International Development Research Center. 2008. Addressing Violence Against Palestinian Women. IDRC Bulletin. Website: http://www.idrc.ca/en/ev-5311-201-1-DO_TOPIC.html, accessed 19 June 2008.
  5. Inhorn, M. and F. Van Balen. 2002. Infertility around the Globe: New Thinking on Childlessness, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  6. Visaria, L., 2007. "Deficit of Girls in India: Can It be Attributed to Female Selective Abortion?" in Sex Selective Abortion in India, edited by T. Patel. Delhi: Sage Publications.
  7. Inhorn, M. and F. Van Balen. 2002. Infertility around the Globe: New Thinking on Childlessness, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  8. Ibid.
  9. UNFPA and UNICEF. "The Government of Guinea Bissau, in Partnership with UNICEF and UNFPA, Launches a Joint Programme for the Abandonment of Female Genital Mutilation Through Tostan Community-Led Strategy." Press Release, 9 June 2008, New York.
  10. Dudgeon, M. and M. Inhorn. 2004. "Men's influences on women's reproductive health: medical anthropological perspectives", in Social Science and Medicine. (59):1379-1395.
  11. UNFPA. 2006. "Lessons from the Field—Cambodia". Website: http://www.unfpa.org/culture/case_studies/cambodia.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  12. UNFPA. 2006. "Zimbabwe: Indigenous Christian Churches Make an About Turn on HIV Prevention", in New Feature. Website: http://www.unfpa.org/news/news.cfm?ID=786, accessed 15 June 2008.
  13. UNFPA. 2008. PreventionIs for Life, HIV/AIDS: Dispatches from the Field. New York: UNFPA.
  14. UNDP, Population Association, and UNFPA. 2007. The Dynamics of Honour Killings in Turkey: Prospects for Action. New York: UNFPA and UNDP.
  15. United Nations. 2006. Report of the Secretary-General: In-depth Study on all Forms of Violence Against Women. New York: United Nations.
  16. Ibid.
  17. UNFPA. 2006. "Maternal Morbidity: Surviving Childbirth, but Enduring Chronic Ill-Health." Maternal Health Fact Sheet. Website: http://www.unfpa.org/mothers/morbidity.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  18. UNFPA. 2008. "Good Neighbours: UNFPA Trains Nigerian Men and Women to Bring Better Reproductive Health to their Communities", in UNFPA Feature Story. Website: http://www.unfpa.org/news/news.cfm?ID=1087, accessed 19 June 2008.
  19. UNFPA. 2008. "Campaign to End Fistula—Sudan". Website: http://www.endfistula.org/sudan.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  20. UNFPA. 2008. "Campaign to End Fistula". Website: http://www.endfistula.org, accessed 15 June 2008.
  21. Ibid.
  22. United Nations. 1995. Beijing Platform of Action. New York: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Division for the Advancement of Women.
  23. United Nations. 2001. Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS. (A/26/2). New York: United Nations.
  24. Dudgeon, M. and M. Inhorn. 2004. Op. cit.
  25. Alan Guttmacher Institute. 2003. In Their Own Right: Addressing the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of Men Worldwide. New York: AGI.
  26. Weiss, E. and G.R. Gupta. 1998. Bridging the Gap: Addressing Gender and Sexuality in HIV Prevention. Washington, DC: International Center for Research on Women.
  27. Orubuloye, I.O. and J.C. Caldwell. 1993. "African Women's Control over their Sexuality in an Era of AIDS: A study of the Yoruba of Nigeria", in Social Science & Medicine (37):859-872.
  28. Mane, P. and P. Aggleton. 2001. "Gender and HIV/AIDS: What Do Men Have to Do with It?" Current Sociology 49(6): 23-37.
  29. Rivers, K. and P. Aggleton. 2001. Men and the HIV Epidemic. New York, United Nations Development Programme.
  30. Weiss, E. and G.R. Gupta. 1998. Op. cit.
  31. Rivers, K. and P. Aggleton. 2001. Op. cit.
  32. Magongo, B., S. Magwaza, V. Mathambo and N. Makhanya. 2002. "National Report on the Assessment of the Public Sector's Voluntary Counselling and Testing Programme". Durban: Health Systems Trust.
  33. Weiss, E. and G.R. Gupta. 1998. Bridging the Gap: Addressing Gender and Sexuality in HIV Prevention. Washington, DC: International Center for Research on Women.
  34. Hudspeth, J., W.D.F. Venter, A. Van Rie, J. Wing and C. Feldman. 2004. "Access to and early outcomes of a public South African antiretroviral clinic", in The Southern African Journal of Epidemiology and Infection 19(2): 48-51.
  35. Nachega, J., M. Hislop, D. Dowdy, M. Lo, S. Omer, L. Regensberg, R. Chaisson and G. Maartens. 2006. "Adherence to Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy Assessed by Pharmacy Claims Predicts Survival in HIV-Infected South African Adults", in Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 43(1): 78-84.
  36. Population Council. 2004. "Involving Young Men in HIV Prevention Programs: Operations research on gender-based approaches in Brazil, Tanzania, and India", in Horizons. New York: Population Council.
  37. Rivers, K. and P. Aggleton. 2001. Op. cit.
  38. Population Council. 2004. Op. cit.

CHAPTER 5

  1. Sen A. 1993. "Capability and well-being", in The Quality of Life. A study prepared for World Institute for Development Economics Research, edited by M. Nussbaum and A. Sen. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2. UNDP. 2004. Human Development Report: Cultural liberty in today's diverse world. New York: United Nations Development Programme.
  3. World Bank. 2007. Socio-economic differences in health, nutrition and population within developing countries, An Overview, Country reports on HNP and poverty. Washington D.C.: World Bank.
  4. Ibid.
  5. Merrick, T. 2002. "Population and poverty: New views on an old controversy", in International Family Planning Perspectives. 28(1).
  6. Abbasi-Shavazi, M. 2002. "Recent changes and the future of fertility in Iran". Report presented at the United Nations Expert Group meeting on Completing the Fertility Transition (ESA/P/WP.172). New York: United Nations.
  7. Cleland, J. 1994. The determinants of reproductive change in Bangladesh: Success in a challenging environment. Washington D.C.: World Bank.
  8. Unnithan, M. 2004. "Conception technologies, local healers and negotiations around childbearing in Rajasthan". Chapter 5 in Reproductive Agency, Medicine and the State: Cultural Transformations in Childbearing, Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality. New York: Berghahn Books.
  9. UNFPA. 2006. "Facts About Safe Motherhood". Website: http://www.unfpa.org/mothers/facts.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
  10. WHO. 2004. Making pregnancy safer: The critical role of the skilled attendant—A joint statement by WHO, ICM and FIGO. Geneva: World Health Organization.
  11. WHO. 2008. "Proportion of births attended by a skilled health worker—2008 updates". Fact Sheet, Department of Reproductive Health and Research Fact Sheet. Geneva: World Health Organization.
  12. Wilder, J. 2008. "Ethiopia's Health Extension Program: Pathfinder International's support 2003-2007". Addis Ababa: Pathfinder International.
  13. UNAIDS. 2007. 2007 AIDS epidemic update—Joint report of UNAIDS and WHO. Geneva: Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS.
  14. United Nations. 2006. International migration and development, Report of the Secretary General (A/60/871). New York: United Nations.
  15. World Bank. 2008. Global Economic Prospects 2006. Technology Diffusion in the Developing World. Washington, D.C.: World Bank.
  16. Fajnzylber, P. and H. Lopez. 2006. Close to Home: The Development Impact of Remittances in Latin America. Washington D.C.: World Bank.
  17. UNFPA. 2006. State of World Population: A Passage to Hope—Women and International Migration. New York: UNFPA.
  18. Unnithan, M. 2004. Op. cit.
  19. Ibid.

CHAPTER 6

  1. Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. 2008. SIPRI Yearbook 2008: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  2. El Jack, A. 2003. Gender and Armed Conflict. Sussex: Institute of Development Studies.
  3. Women for Women International. 2007. "Ending Violence Against Women in Eastern Congo: Preparing Men to Advocate for Women's Rights", in Women for Women Quarterly Report, Winter 2007. Website: http://www.womenforwomen.org/news-women-for-women/files/MensLeadershipFullReport_002.pdf, accessed 15 June 2008.
  4. Byrne, B. 1996. "Towards a gendered understanding of conflict", in Institute for Development Studies Bulletin 27(3) 31–40. Sussex: IDS.
  5. The Advocates for Human Rights. 2008. "Sexual Assault During Armed Conflict". Stop Violence Against Women website: www.stopvaw.org/Sexual_Assault_During_Armed_Conflict.html, accessed 15 June 2008.
  6. Dolan, C. 2002. "Collapsing Masculinities and Weak States", in F. Cleaver, ed., Masculinities Matter. London: Zed Books.
  7. Byrne, B. 1996. Op. cit.
  8. UNICEF, UNFPA, UNIFEM. 2008. A Rapid Assessment of Gender-based Violence During the Post-Election Violence in Kenya. New York: UNICEF, UNFPA, UNIFEM.
  9. Dolan, C. 2002. Op. cit.
  10. United Nations. 2000. "United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security." (S/RES/1325). New York: United Nations.
  11. United Nations. 2000. Windhoek Declaration and the Namibia Plan of Action on Mainstreaming a Gender Perspective in Multidimensional Peace Support Operations. Adopted in Windhoek, Namibia on 31 May 2000. Website: www.un.org/womenwatch/osagi/wps/windhoek_declaration.pdf, accessed 15 June 2008.
  12. El Jack, A. 2003. Gender and Armed Conflict. Sussex: Institute of Development Studies.
  13. UNFPA. 2006. Women are the Fabric: Reproductive Health for Communities in Crisis. New York: UNFPA.
  14. Byrne, B. 1996. Op. cit.
  15. El Jack, A. 2003. Op. cit.
  16. Ibid.
  17. Ibid.
  18. Ibid.
  19. Ibid.
  20. UNICEF, UNFPA, UNIFEM. 2008. Op. cit.
  21. Ibid.
  22. Best, M. and P. Hussey. 2005. A Culture of Peace: Women, Faith and Reconciliation. London: Catholic Institute for International Relations.
  23. Byrne, B. 1996. Op. cit.
  24. Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children. 2008. Disabilities among Refugees and Conflict Affected Populations. New York: Women's Commission.
  25. Women for Women International. 2007. Op. cit.
  26. Magcalen-Fernandez, E. 2006. Conflict, State Fragility and Women's Reproductive Health: The Case of Basilan, Philippines. Washington DC: USAID.
  27. Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children. 2008. Disabilities among Refugees and Conflict Affected Populations. New York: Women's Commission.
  28. The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life. 2008. "Ugandan Religious Leaders Set Aside Rivalries in Pursuit of Peace". News Update. Washington DC: Pew Forum. Website: http://pewforum.org/news/display.php?NewsID=14725, accessed 20 June 2008.
  29. UNFPA. 2006. Op. cit.
  30. Catholic Relief Services. 2008. Newsletter. Website: http://crs.org/peacebuilding/dialogue.cfm, accessed 19 June 2008.
  31. Islamic Relief Worldwide. 2008. Website: http://www.islamic-relief.com/, accessed 19 June 2008.
  32. UNFPA. 2008. "Protecting Reproductive Health in Times of Crisis". UNFPA Fact Sheet. Website: http://www.unfpa.org/emergencies/rh.htm, accessed 15 June 2008.
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  34. Women for Women International. 2006. "Psychosocial Challenges and Interventions for Women Affected by Conflict", in Critical Half: Bi-Annual Journal of Women for Women International. 4(1): Summer 2006. Website: http://www.womenforwomen.org/documents/CH5.pdf, accessed 15 June 2008.
  35. Ibid.
  36. International Crisis Group. 2006. "Beyond Victimhood: Women's Peacebuilding in Sudan, Congo and Uganda." Africa Report No. 112, 28 June 2006. Website: http://www.crisisgroup.org/home/index.cfm?id=4185&f=1, accessed 15 June 2008.
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  38. Ibid.
  39. Women for Women International. 2006. Op. cit.
  40. Ibid.


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