Wednesday, August 19, 2015

New Issue: International Review of the Red Cross

The latest issue of the International Review of the Red Cross (Vol. 96, no. 894, Summer 2014) is out. The theme is "Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict." Contents include:
  • Vincent Bernard & Helen Durham, Editorial: Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict: From Breaking the Silence to Breaking the Cycle
  • Voices and Perspectives: After sexual violence: paths to recovery
  • The ICRC's approach to sexual violence in armed conflict: In conversation with Peter Maurer
  • Elisabeth Jean Wood, Conflict-related sexual violence and the policy implications of recent research
  • Through the eyes of a detention doctor: Interview with Raed Aburabi
  • Chris Dolan, Letting go of the gender binary: Charting new pathways for humanitarian interventions on gender-based violence
  • Gloria Gaggioli, Sexual violence in armed conflicts: A violation of international humanitarian law and human rights law
  • Kim Thuy Seelinger, Domestic accountability for sexual violence: The potential of specialized units in Kenya, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Uganda
  • Paul Bouvier, Sexual violence, health and humanitarian ethics: Towards a holistic, person-centred approach
  • Doris Schopper, Responding to the needs of survivors of sexual violence: Do we know what works?
  • Françoise Duroch & Catrin Schulte-Hillen, Care for victims of sexual violence, an organization pushed to its limits: The case of Médecins Sans Frontières
  • Laura Heaton, The risks of instrumentalizing the narrative on sexual violence in the DRC: Neglected needs and unintended consequences