The human rights of women impacted by war

For Lois A. Herman, of WOMEN'S UN REPORT NETWORK – WUNRN, the human rights of women impacted by war are the following:

  • Civil & Political Rights
  • Economic, Social & Cultural Rights
  • Life & Personal Security - Freedom from Violence
  • Health - Physical & Mental + Reproductive Health
  • Food, Water, Sanitation
  • Education - Women & Children
  • Land, Housing/Shelter, Property
  • Work - Economics - Poverty
  • Citizenship-Nationality
  • Freedom of Religion or Belief
  • Internal Displacement
  • Refugee Status
  • Freedom of Expression
  • Life & Survival of Self,

Her organization has been researching on the impacts of war in women:

  • Israel-Palestine - Women in the Crossfire of Conflict - Jerusalem
  • Syria - inside & across borders, little girls are starving, hungry, dying
  • Iraq - women on the frontlines of war - looking for the missing
  • Afghanistan - women & war
  • Zimbabwe - starving mothers flee across the border to escape conflict
  • Somalia - hungry women in war
  • Comfort women - world war ii sex slavery by japanese military
  • Women in black - global movement for peace & justice
  • Pakistan - fighting continues - displaced women & children
  • Georgia-ossetia - conflict - sudden internal displacement
  • Congo - rape epidemic raises trauma of war
  • Argentina - mothers of the plaza de mayo –Mothers of "the disappeared”
  • Chechnya-russia - women Post-conflict status
  • India-kashmir - "half widows"
  • Iraq’s war widows
  • Yemen - the female faces of the dire humanitarian crisis
  • Afghanistan - women reporters under threat
  • Indian women UN peacekeepers hailed in Liberia
  • Humanitarian impact of nuclear weapons: unspeakable suffering - women
  • Syria conflict - mother's face of trauma - attacks on civilians

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