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Portrait Nina Gren. Photo: Emma Lord.

Nina Gren

Senior lecturer

Portrait Nina Gren. Photo: Emma Lord.

Concerning UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT) : gender helpdesk assignment about the Occupied Palestinian Territories and UN Security Council Resolution 1325

Author

  • Nina Gren

Summary, in Swedish

This study concerns UN Security Council’s Resolution 1325 and its relevance in the OPT. By reviewing statistics and reports as well as acknowledging socio-cultural understandings of gender relations, it shows how men and women become affected by violence in different ways. In general, women are affected more indirectly than men by violence committed by the Israeli Defence Forces. However, the violence within Palestinian society affects women to a large extent. The findings are related to resolution 1325 and some recommendations are given.

Publishing year

2008-01

Language

English

Document type

Report

Publisher

Stockholm: SIDA

Topic

  • Social Anthropology

Status

Unpublished