Gender Aspects of Conflict Interventions: Intended and Unintended Consequences

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Olsson, Louise; Karen Hostens; Inger Skjelsbæk; & Elise Fredrikke Barth (2004) Gender Aspects of Conflict Interventions: Intended and Unintended Consequences, Report to Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Oslo.

​​​​This report is a study of how gender dimensions shape and are shaped by international conflict interventions. Through case studies the report investigates ways in which the interventions have intended and unitended gender consequences. The report makes policy recommendations based on the analysis.

Table of contents: 

  • Executive Summary 
  • Chapter one: Introduction: Norms and Reality of Gender Interventions
  • Chapter two: The United Nations Mission in Eritrea/Ethiopia - Gender(ed) Effects 
  • Chapter three: The NATO Stabilization Force in Bosnia and Herzegovina: A Military Intervention Facing New Civilian Challenges
  • Chapter four: The Temporary International Presence In Hebron: A Civilian International Observer Mission 
  • Chapter five: Conclusion: Implications for Norwegian Authorities
  • Appendix A: Windhoek Declaration and Namibia Plan of Action
  • Appendix B: UN Security Council Resolution 1325 (2000) 
  • List of Abbreviations