Women, Peace and Conflicts in Traditional African Society - Understanding the contradictions related to violence against women in Central Africa

Jean-Jacques Purusi Sadiki

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Africa remains the region in the world where conflicts and massive violations of human rights, and in particular violence against women, have remained the highest world-wide, since the Second World War. The continent is also subject to the highest number of local and international efforts aimed at struggling against these tragedies which destroy all activities for reconstruction and prevent progress towards Security Consul Resolutions 1325, 1612, etc.
and the Millennium Development Goals. Paradoxically and despite many actions in the field, each year more than 11 000 women become rape victims in the provinces of Kivu in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, a region where an over abundance of natural resources have for generations been one of the triggers of persistent "economic conflicts" and where incredible suffering is inflicted on the local population abandoned to a sad fate.
In this regard women are a particular target of gender based violence. But despite difficulties of ail sorts, women remain upright and determined to survive and change their situation and that of their communities. This book, one of the first of this type of analysis written on this topic, analyses the strength and the importance of women in the corridors of power and their role in mechanisms for conflict resolution, prevention and transformation in the past, particularly in the Great Lakes region before the arrivai of Europeans on the continent.
It likewise sheds light on nome aspects of the past for a better comprehension of the situation in the Great Lakes region both historically and in the present, and also allows a look at a future which may promote the struggle for women's rights and a better protection of human rights.
    • The political sociology of the Great Lakes region
    • Women in the socio-political evolution of the Great Lakes
    • Women in the face of political violence
    • Women in Conflict Management
  • Date de parution : 01/06/2010
  • Editeur : L'Harmattan
  • ISBN : 978-2-296-25385-8
  • EAN : 9782296253858
  • Format : PDF
  • Nb. de pages : 170 pages
  • Caractéristiques du format PDF
    • Pages : 170
    • Protection num. : Digital Watermarking
    • Imprimable : Autorisé
    • Copier coller : Autorisé

Biographie de Jean-Jacques Purusi Sadiki

Jean Jacques Purusi is an expert in human rights, specialised in questions of gender equality, conflict management, and security sector reform. He is a founding member and Director of Operations of the International Committee for Conflict Management (ICCM) and visiting professor in several universities, among which the Advanced Institute for Pedagogy in Bukavu, Democratic Republic of Congo. He has participated in and coordinated several international programmes, such as UNIFEM and the UN Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Africa located in Lome (Togo).
He has participated in United Nations peace keeping missions in several countries : in Liberia, Sudan, Haiti and Kosovo.

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