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Land DispoAlthough a cross-cutting consortium theme, this page contains studies that focus on gender issues in the JSRP’s research locations. These studies and papers were informed by the evidence and literature reviews conducted at the consortium’s outset.



Gordon, R. Hilhorst, D. and Porter, H.E.  (eds) ‘Gender, Sexuality and Violence in Humanitarian Crises’, Special Issue of Disasters, Vol 42:S1, (January 2018)



Douma, Nynke, Hilhorst, Dorothea and Matabaro, Jocelyne (2016) ‘Getting the balance right? Sexual violence response in the DRC: A comparison between 2011 and 2014’ Secure Livelihoods Research Consortium (SLRC) and the Justice and Security Research Programme (JSRP).



Hopwood, Julian, Porter, Holly and Saum, Nangiro (2015) ‘Karamojong Women and the Extremes of Insecurity‘JSRP Paper 27

Kirk, Tom (2015) Taking Local Agency Seriously: Practical Hybrids and Domestic Violence in Timor-Leste, International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 22(3).

Porter, Holly (2015) Mango Trees, Offices and Altars: The Role of Relatives, Non-governmental Organisations and Churches After Rape in Northern Uganda, International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 22(3).

Porter, Holly (2015) ‘After rape: Comparing civilian and combatant perpetrated crime in northern Uganda’, Women’s Studies International Forum.

Porter, Holly (2015) ‘“Say no to bad touches”: Schools, sexual identity and sexual violence in northern Uganda’, International Journal of Educational Development 41.



Jayasundere, Ramani and Valters, Craig (2014) ‘Women’s Experiences of Local Justice: community mediation in Sri Lanka‘JSRP Paper 10.

Kirk, Tom (2014) ‘Legal Aid Lawyers and Paralegals: Promoting Access to Justice and Negotiating Hybridity in Timor-Leste‘, JSRP Paper 14.



Chinkin, Christine and Kaldor, Mary (2013) ‘Gender and New Wars’, Journal of International Affairs 67(1).

Seckinelgin, Hakan and Klot, Jennifer, F. (2013) ‘From Global Policy to Local Knowledge: What is the Link between Women’s Formal Political Participation and Gender Equality in Conflict-affected Contexts?’, Global Policy.



Allen, Tim and Storm, Laura (2012) ‘Quests for therapy in northern Uganda: healing at Laropi revisited’Journal of Eastern African Studies, Vol 6(1).

Porter, Holly E. (2012)  ‘Justice and Rape on the Periphery: the supremacy of social harmony in the space between local solutions and formal judicial systems in northern Uganda’Journal of Eastern African Studies, Vol 6(1).

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