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Global Issues, Women and Justice : Institute of Criminology, Sydney, Monograph Series - Sharon Pickering

Global Issues, Women and Justice

Institute of Criminology, Sydney, Monograph Series

By: Sharon Pickering (Editor), Caroline Lambert (Editor)

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Global Issues, Women and Justice explores the ways women seek justice through the nation-state, global process and international criminal justice mechanisms. It draws on a diversity of academic and advocate voices in examining how women have accessed justice under conditions of globalisation, militarization and colonisation. Global Issues, Women and Justice will appeal to academics and activists as a valuable resource for research and provides numerous case studies of the ways women have mobilised to achieve justice which will be useful in both the classroom and in campaigning.

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This collection provides a rich and textured set of portraits of women struggling for justice around the globe. It gives feminists inspiration for their theorising and at the same time theoretical insights for their activism. - Professor Hilary Charlesworth, Australian National University

Global issues, women and justice Sharon Pickering and Caroline Lambert

Domestic Justice: Negotiating with the Nation-state Editors' introduction Women's rights and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission: an unfinished agenda Lyn Graybill Narrating women and asylum: hostile administrative-legal justice Sharon Pickering Militarisation, gender and ethnicity in Southern Mexico Lynn Stephen Living in the circle and thinking inside the square Nerida Blair

International Justice: Engaging with Global Processes Editors' introduction Partial sites and partial sightings: women and the UN human rights treaty system Caroline Lambert Aboriginal women's struggles for justice in Canada Evelyn Zellerer 'Engendering' development-centred, rights-based, equitable trade policy Marceline White Kader, compensation and justice: the need for a comprehensive analysis Fiona Haines and Cate Lewis Everybody's business: the privatisation of women's imprisonment Sharon Pickering and Michael Gard

International Criminal Justice: Engaging Women Activists Editors' introduction Challenging international law: the quest for justice of the former 'comfort women' Indai Lourdes Sajor All roads lead to Rome, but some are bumpier than others Alda Facio Untold numbers: East Timorese women and traditional justice Susan Harris Rimmer Index

ISBN: 9780975196717
ISBN-10: 0975196715
Series: Institute of Criminology, Sydney, Monograph Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: July 2004
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9  x 2.2
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 1