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Towards a typology of wartime rape

Release Date

2010-10

Language

  • English

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BICC brief 43 “Towards a Typology of wartime rape” aims at developing a typology of wartime rape as a first step toward understanding the different consequences of this form of violence in war. This typology is based on the examination of wartime rape in Bosnia and Herzegovina and El Salvador as well on a review of the literature on ten additional country cases of wartime rape (Cambodia, Colombia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Liberia, Nepal, Papua New Guinea/ Bougainville, Peru, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Timor Leste). BICC brief 43 is the result of a research project, which was funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).

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@techreport{IsikozluMillard, author = "Elvan Isikozlu and Ananda S. Millard", title = "Towards a typology of wartime rape", latexTitle = "Towards a typology of wartime rape", publisher = "BICC", number = "43", institution = "BICC", type = "BICC Knowledge notes", year = "2010", address = "Bonn", }

Document-Type

BICC Knowledge notes

Publisher

BICC

Place

Bonn

Countries/Region

Bosnia-Herzegovina , Cambodia , Congo, Democratic Republic of the , El Salvador , Liberia , Nepal , Papua New Guinea , Peru , Rwanda , Sierra Leone , Timor-Leste , Colombia