Ethics and Health Systems Research in 'Post'-Conflict Situations
Developing World Bioethics 2004 December; 4(2): 139-153
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Developing Capacity to Protect Human Research Subjects in a Post-Conflict, Resource-Constrained Setting: Procedures and Prospects Kennedy, S.B.; Harris, A.O.; Oudemans, E.; Young, L.; Kollie, J.; Nelson, E.S.; Nisbett, R.A.; Morris, C.; Bartee, N.; George-Williams, E.; Jones, J. (2006-10)
Gender and Conflict Resolution Practices in Post-Conflict Burundi: Interactions Between Macro- and Micro-Processes of Norms Change Orina, Heather (Georgetown University, 2014)Security Council Resolution 1325 is the current climax in the development of a global norm on women's participation in peace and security processes. Though Resolution 1325 placed women's equal participation in decision-making ...