Gender, Human Security and the United Nations : Security Language as a Political Framework for WomenNatalie Florea Hudson
This book examines the relationship between women, gender and the international security agenda, exploring the meaning of security in terms of discourse and practice, as well as the larger goals and strategies of the global women's movement
Print Book, English, 2009
Routledge, Gender, Human Security and the United Na, 2009
188 p. ; 234 x 156 mm.
1. Women, Peace and Security:Theoretical Underpinnings 3. The Security Framework in Practice: The Case of SCR 1325 4. Women and Children: Comparative Frameworks and Strategies within the Council 5. The United Nations Development Fund for Women: Working Its Way into the Security Sector 6. The United Nations Peacebuilding Commission: A Litmus Test for Assessing the Status of Women and Security 7. Conclusion References / An Introduction 2. Women' s Activism in the Context of the Security Debate