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Gender-Based Violence Publications

  • 16 Days Campaign Analytical Report (2012)
    This campaign report reflects data collected through the 2012 16 Days Post-Campaign survey on the theme, “From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Let’s Challenge Militarism and End Violence Against Women!”
  • 2012 16 Days Take Action Kit (2012)
    Each year, the Center for Women’s Global Leadership produces a “Take Action Kit” that participants can use to help plan their own campaign activities.
  • 16 Days Campaign Analytical Report (2011)
    This campaign report reflects data collected through the 2011 16 Days Post-Campaign survey on the theme, “From Peace in the Home to Peace in the World: Let’s Challenge Militarism and End Violence Against Women!”
  • 2011 16 Days Take Action Kit (2011)
    Each year, the Center for Women’s Global Leadership produces a “Take Action Kit” that participants can use to help plan their own campaign activities.
  • Strengthening Resistance: Confronting Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS (2006)
    Researched, written, and edited by Rothschild, C., Reilly, M. & Nordstrom, S. Designed as an overview of the most salient issues, this publication is meant for activists and policy makers alike who may be familiar with HIV/AIDS, violence against women or human rights, but not necessarily the nexus across all of these areas.
  • Gender Violence and Women's Rights in Africa (1994)
    This significant document compiles the ideas and strategies put forth by some of Africa's foremost women's human rights activists at a symposium convened by the Center for Women's Global Leadership, while presenting a theoretical and strategic framework for addressing women's human rights.
  • Gender Violence: A Development and Human Rights Issue (also available in Spanish and French) (1991)
    By Bunch, C. & Carrillo, R. This book is intended to promote international discussion of critical conceptual and strategic questions regarding women's human rights and the development of a human rights agenda that incorporates women's perspectives and experiences.

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