Women, Bangladesh and International Security: Methods, Discourses, and Policies
Papers presented at a training workshop of Forum on Women in Security and international Affairs held at Dhaka in 2001; sponsored by Bangladesh Freedom Foundation.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
MARGINALITY MODES OF INSECURITY AND INDIGENOUS
6 other sections not shown
adivasi women Ahmed areas armed conflict Asian bazaar Bengali bhadraloks Biswas border Chittagong Hill Tracts citizens civilians context conventional countries crimes criminal Cynthia Enloe Dhaka Dinajpur discrimination disempowered Draupadi economic empowered ethnic exploitation fact female feminist forces gender girl children groups Human Rights human trafficking illegal Imtiaz Ahmed India indigenous women insecurity Interview issue Jalita Kolkata land light weapons major majoritarian male marginalized Marty and Simeen masculinity migration military Mohilas Muslim nuclear weapons o-bhadra o-bhadramohilas op.cit Oran organization Pahari Pakistan peace percent police political problem protection Quranic Rajshahi rape Rashmi Mahato regional religion religious reported researchers role rural Salma Sobhan Santals sexual Shusila situation small arms social society South Asia Sri Lanka structures targets things tion trafficked persons University University of Dhaka victims village violence against women vulnerable weaponisation woman women and children