Engendering Wartime Conflict: Women and War Trauma

Engendering Wartime Conflict: Women and War Trauma

This report is a part of the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation (CSVR's) Violence in Transition Project (VTP). Past VTP research has focused on a number of fault lines for violence in the South African transition to democracy. The overall focus of the report is to investigate how war shapes gender relationships and gender-based violence in ways that are not always well recognized in the services offered to refugees or in broader asylum and peace-building processes.





Ingrid Palmary
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Ingrid Palmary is a former CSVR senior researcher. Her primary research topics relate to gender, violence and displacement.

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