[Svrilist] SVRI Update: 24 03 11
Sexual Violence Research Initiative
svri at mrc.ac.za
Thu Mar 24 12:22:47 SAST 2011
Dear SVRI List Members
This SVRI Update contains a variety of sexual violence related research and resources. If you would like to have your sexual violence related resources included in the Update, please send your materials to svri at mrc.ac.za <mailto:svri at mrc.ac.za> by close of business Wednesday. For more information and resources on sexual violence and the Sexual Violence Research Initiative visit www.svri.org <http://www.svri.org> .
Today's SVRI Update includes the following:
[Summaries directly taken or adapted from source]
I. SVRI Online Discussion Forum: Multiple Perpetrator Rape, 11 March - 11 April 2011
II. SVRI Forum 2011: Moving the Agenda Forward, 10 - 13 October 2011, Cape Town, South Africa - Registration Now Open
III. SVRI Members Request: Gender Inequity Questions
IV. Sexual Violence in the News
VI. Online Publications/Resources
VII. Journal Articles
IX. Funding Links / Scholarships / Research Opportunities
I. SVRI Online Discussion Forum: Multiple Perpetrator Rape
The SVRI would like to invite you to participate and update you on the moderated SVRI Online Discussion on Multiple Perpetrator Rape. The discussion has been progressing at pace, so we wanted to briefly update the SVRI membership on the issues we've been considering (a fully summary of the discussions to date can be found on the forum) and reiterate our call for you to take part. We started the discussion by posing three questions, a brief summary of each is below:
1. Are all perpetrators of multiple perpetrator rape equally responsible for their actions?
We are beginning to discuss the different roles that a person might take in an MPR, there has been some consideration of Leaders and Followers, their different treatment needs and their risk of reoffending. Contributors are reporting that they suspect that leaders might be more deviant (sexually), callous, sadistic and more psychopathic. Emerging questions are: What is known about the men in MPR situations who stand up for the victim (so called defenders)? How are these men different to those who lead or just go along with the assault?
2. Multiple perpetrator rape is only a significant problem in certain populations/social groups?
We have agreed that MPR is not more problematic in particular ethnic or social groups. However the recent alleged MPR of an 11-year-old girl by at least 18 boys and young men in east Texas, USA seems to have stirred racial tensions which raise questions about perceptions of MPR which we'd like to discuss further.
3. How can we best tackle multiple perpetrator rape (in terms of: 1) prevention; 2) interventions with perpetrators; 3) supporting victims; 4) improving investigation and prosecution)?
We have had less discussion about how to tackle MPR so please let us know what you think needs to be done in this area in terms of research and practice. We're particularly interested in how we can use education to aid prevention.
To participate in this event register for the online discussion forum at: http://www.svri.org/svriforums/login!default.jspa?referrer=index.jspa <http://www.svri.org/svriforums/login!default.jspa?referrer=index.jspa> (registration is free). Do not hesitate to contact Miranda or Jessica for more information on this project. Email: j.woodhams at bham.ac.uk <mailto:j.woodhams at bham.ac.uk> or m.horvath at mdx.ac.uk <mailto:m.horvath at mdx.ac.uk> . Please come and contribute to the discussion that will be running until the 11th April.
II. SVRI Forum 2011: Moving the Agenda Forward, 10 - 13 October 2011, Cape Town, South Africa registration now open
The SVRI would like to invite researchers, policy makers, funders, survivors, gender activists, service providers and others to the SVRI Forum 2011 <http://www.svri.org/forum2011/index.htm> in Cape Town, South Africa. The Forum will provide participants with an opportunity to network, share ideas and exciting strategies, and to feed into important international campaigns currently underway to prevent and respond to sexual violence globally.
Registrations <http://www.svri.org/forum2011/registration.htm> are now open for the SVRI Forum 2011. Early registration closing date: 31 August 2011. Late registration closing date: 1 October 2011. Abstract submissions closes on 31 May 2-11. For a list of alternative funding sources to attend the Forum, please take a look at organisations providing travel and conference grants <http://www.svri.org/forum2011/TravelGrantLinks.pdf> . For questions or enquiries, email svri at mrc.ac.za <mailto:svri at mrc.ac.za> . We look forward to seeing you there!
III. SVRI Members Request: Gender Inequity Questions
The Ohio Department of Health would like to gather the following information:
1. What resources already exist that address the status of women/gender inequity? Resources may include organizations, tools, academic papers, websites, etc. (e.g., "The Status of Women in Your County: A Community Research Tool" by Misha Werschkul, Barbara Gault, Ph.D., and Heidi Hartmann, Ph.D., found here: http://www.iwpr.org/publications/pubs/the-status-of-women-in-your-county-a-community-research-tool <http://www.iwpr.org/publications/pubs/the-status-of-women-in-your-county-a-community-research-tool> )
2. Reflecting on your work, what tools and resources have you used that address gender inequity? What resources have you used in your work that could be tweaked to address gender inequity specifically?
Please respond to Amanda Suttle at amanda.suttle at odh.ohio.gov <mailto:amanda.suttle at odh.ohio.gov> before Monday, March 28th. Thank you for your assistance in this request.
IV. Sexual Violence in the News
Egyptian women Protesters Forced to Take 'Virginity Tests', Amnesty International, 23 March 2011: <http://www.amnesty.org/en/news-and-updates/egyptian-women-protesters-forced-take-%E2%80%98virginity-tests%E2%80%99-2011-03-23> Amnesty International has today called on the Egyptian authorities to investigate serious allegations of torture, including forced 'virginity tests', inflicted by the army on women protesters arrested in Tahrir Square earlier this month.
International Human Rights Hearing On Rape Epidemic In Haiti, Madre, 23 March 2011: <http://www.madre.org/index/press-room-4/press-releases-34/news/international-human-rights-hearing-on-rape-epidemic-in-haiti-600.html> At this Friday's hearing, the petitioners will underscore the constant threat of sexual violence faced by women and girls in Haiti's displacement camps and the need for immediate implementation of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights' recommendations.
Former Israeli President Katsav jailed for Seven Years, BBC News, 22 March 2011: <http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-12823306> The former Israeli President Moshe Katsav has been sentenced to seven years in prison on charges of rape and sexual harassment.
Impunity for Killers of Women in Strife-torn Kashmir, Inter Press Service News Agency, 21 March 2011: <http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=54930> Fracha Begam has been unable to come to terms with the deaths of her two teenage daughters, killed by unknown gunmen in the latest incident of violence against women in the Kashmir Valley.
United Nations Experts Call for Better Data Collection and Research on Violence against Children, UNICEF Press Centre, 11 March 2011: <http://www.unicef.org/media/media_57890.html> At a special event held during the current meeting of the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva today, UN experts called for better data and research on violence against children in order to strengthen government action for prevention and response to violence, including legislative reform to prohibit it in all its forms.
HIV/AIDS: Five ways to reduce women's vulnerability to HIV, IRIN Plus News, 8 March 2011: <http://plusnews.org/Report.aspx?ReportID=92135> Practices such as early marriage, FGM/C and human trafficking all increase women's vulnerability to HIV, but more accepted forms of violence, such as marital rape, also play a large part in increasing women's HIV risk.
60 Registered Rapes a Day, Inter Press Service News Agency, 1 March 2011: <http://ipsnews.net/news.asp?idnews=54802> It was just past 9 p.m. of Feb. 1 when guards of the Ernakulam-Shornur train found 23-year-old Soumya, an accountant, unconscious near the railway tracks at Vettikkattiri in Thrissur district, Kerala state.
Sex Trafficking in Latvia: <http://www.stopvaw.org/sex_trafficking_in_latvia.html> This new StopVAW page provides resources and information on sex trafficking in Latvia. [Source: Advocates for Human Rights].
Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence: <http://www.colorado.edu/cspv/> This resource facilitates the building of bridges between the research community and the practitioners and policy makers. [Source: Prevent-Connect].
Childhelp: <http://www.childhelp.org/> This leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect with a focus on prevention, intervention and treatment. [Source: Prevent-Connect].
The Virtual Knowledge Centre to End Violence against Women and Girls: <http://www.endvawnow.org/en/> This UN online resource has recently launched its Health Sector Module <http://www.endvawnow.org/en/modules/view/6-health.html#categories> page and its Legal Sector Module <http://www.endvawnow.org/en/modules/view/8-legislation.html> page to address violence against women and girls. [Source: UN Women].
Home Visiting Evidence of Effectiveness: <http://homvee.acf.hhs.gov/Default.aspx> This website contains all materials used by the Department of Health and Human Services to conduct a thorough and transparent review of the home visiting research literature and visiting programmes models.[Friendsnrc]
VI. Online Publications/Resource
Silent No More: The Untapped Potential of the Worldwide Church In Addressing Sexual Violence. Tearfund, 2011: <http://tilz.tearfund.org/webdocs/Tilz/HIV/Silent%20no%20more%20FINAL.pdf> This report, calls all churches to account and to action. It paints a painfully honest picture of the way churches have perpetuated a culture of silence around sexual violence and have largely failed to respond to the crisis and may even worsen the impact by reinforcing stigma and discrimination experienced by survivors. [Source: WUNRN].
Targeting the Sex Buyer. The Swedish Example: Stopping Prostitution and Trafficking Where it All Begins. Kajsa Claude and the Swedish Institute, 2010: <http://www.si.se/upload/Human%20Trafficking/Targeting%20the%20sex%20buyer.pdf> This publication deals with the country's efforts to combat prostitution and human trafficking for sexual purposes. [Source: IGWG].
Criminalizing Sexuality: Zina Laws as Violence against Women in Muslim Contexts. Hosseini Z.M. Violence is Not Our Culture, 2010: <http://www.stop-stoning.org/files/Mir_Hosseini.pdf> This paper aims to contribute to the development of a contextual and integrated approach to the abolition of Zina laws. [Source: WUNRN].
The World's Women 2010: Trends and Statistics. United Nations Statistics Division, 2010: <http://unstats.un.org/unsd/demographic/products/Worldswomen/WW2010pub.htm> The current issue highlights the differences in the status of women and men in eight areas - population and families, health, education, work, power and decision-making, violence against women, environment and poverty. [Source: AWID].
Silent Shrieks: A Situational Analysis of Violence against Street Children in Karachi. Murtaza A and Asif Habib R, 2010: <http://www.childtrafficking.com/Docs/murtaza__habib_10_shrieks_0311.pdf> The purpose of this situational analysis is to document the patterns and magnitude of violence against street children in Karachi and provide groundwork for further researches. [Source: Childtrafficking Gateway].
Development of a Resource Manual on Violence against Women with Disabilities. Women With Disabilities Australia (WWDA), 2007: <http://www.awid.org/News-Analysis/New-Resources2/A-New-Resource-Women-With-Disabilities-Australia-WWDA-Development-of-a-Resource-Manual-on-Violence-Against-Women-With-Disabilities> This report details the process and achievements of the Resource Manual on Violence against Women with Disabilities Project and is constructed in line with WWDA's Project Plan. [Source: AWID].
Child Sexual Abuse. Andrews G, Corry J, Slade T, Issakidis C and Swanston H. In: Ezzati M, Lopez A, Rodgers A, Murray CJL, eds. Comparative Quantification of Health Risks: Global and Regional Burden of Disease Attributable to Selected Major Risk Factors. World Health Organization,1851- 1940, 2004: <https://www.who.int/publications/cra/chapters/volume2/1851-1940.pdf> This chapter summarizes the evidence of a relationship between child sexual abuse and subsequent mental disorder.
Rapid Assessment of the Incidence of Child Abuse in Zambia. Children In Need Network (CHIN) and United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), December 2001: <http://www.unicef.org/evaldatabase/files/ZAM_01-008.pdf> This report establishes the levels of child abuse in Zambia and investigates the conditions that make children vulnerable to abuse.
VII. Journal Articles
Please note, to obtain a full copy of a journal article you may write to the author given as the contact person by the respective publishing house to request a copy.
Indivisibility of Accountability and Empowerment in Tackling Gender-Based Violence: Lessons from a Refugee Camp in Rwanda. Ho, A and Pavlish, C. Journal of Refugee Studies 24(1). 2011: <http://www.raiseinitiative.org/library/search.php?search_id=706> This article critiques the current accountability framework with its emphasis on transparent policy, surveillance mechanisms, and response to violations. [Source: RAISE Intiative].
Facing Medical Care Problems of Victims Of Sexual Violence in Goma/Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Baelani I, Dünser M.W. Confl. Health; 5(1): 2, 2011: <http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5b%5d=citjournalarticle_256257_28> This article identifies hospital facilities and resources available to treat victims of sexual violence in Goma, the capital city of the North Kivu province. [Source: SafetyLit].
Sexual and Physical Violence against Female Sex Workers in Kenya: A Qualitative Enquiry. Okal J, Chersich M.F, Tsui S, Sutherland E, Temmerman M, Luchters S. AIDS Care; ePub, 1-7, 2011: <http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5b%5d=citjournalarticle_256198_8> This qualitative study documents FSW's experiences of violence in Mombasa and Naivasha, Kenya. [Source: SafetyLit].
Risk and Protective Factors Distinguishing Profiles of Adolescent Peer and Dating Violence Perpetration. Foshee V.A, McNaughton Reyes H.L, Ennett ST, Suchindran C, Mathias J.P, Karriker-Jaffe K.J, Bauman K.E, Benefield T.S. J. Adolesc. Health; 48(4): 344-50, 2011: <http://www.safetylit.org/citations/index.php?fuseaction=citations.viewdetails&citationIds%5b%5d=citjournalarticle_259106_21> This article determines whether risk and protective factors from five domains based primarily on social learning and social control theories were associated with violence profiles, whether factors distinguishing profiles varied by gender, and which of the domains was most important in distinguishing profiles. [Source: SafetyLit].
Understanding Feminism: Considerations for Nurses Working to End Violence against Women. Fontenot H.B and Fantasia H.C. J Forensic Nurs, 7(1):27-31, 2011: <http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21348931> This paper reviews the basic concepts of feminism and provides examples of viewing violence research and forensic nursing practice through this theoretical lens. [Source: MedAdvocates].
Online Discussion: UN WOMEN E-Discussion With Young African Women, 15 - 26 March 2011. <http://www.moremiinitiative.org/> This e-discussion is a mechanism to engage young African leaders, practitioners and stakeholder groups in a regional dialogue on specific aspects of the UN WOMEN Strategic Plan. [Source: AWID].
Speakers Tour: Women Confronting Violence and Impunity in Guatemala For Women's Right to Live with Sandra Morán, 28 March 2011, Washington, D.C., USA. <mailto:jpoche at juarezassociates.com> Join the SID-Washington Gender in Development Workgroup at an event featuring internationally recognized human rights activist, Sandra Morán, who has worked with the Guatemalan women's and feminist movement for the past 20 years. For more information, contact Janel Poché at jpoche at juarezassociates.com <mailto:jpoche at juarezassociates.com> . [Source: IGWG].
Breaking Out of the Box: Redefining Masculinity, 1 - 3 April 2011, Florida, USA. <http://www.nomas.org/node/35> This conference will address men's perception and misperception around issues concerning consent, rape, and bystander intervention. Registration now open. [Source: Prevent-Connect].
Virtual Forum: Atención a la Salud de los Hombres: Desafío Para los Programas y Servicios de Salud Desde la Perspectiva de Género, 6 - 8 April 2011. <http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=7xen87bab&v=001u8SjZbUCyfM2tzpGqIjnW36odajW7znp7hlIXOE2BImldq8N8BmVpNLx8e3NKWOddAn4PnY4msIDQQqVbPjG3TNzdLNa2KfwW8v-VINK6fc%3D> This Forum by Development Connections will focus on men's health: challenge for health programs and services from a gender perspective. The Forum will take place in Spanish and space is limited.
The Developing Science of Violence and Abuse: Toward a New Understanding, 15 and 16 April 2011, Minnesota, USA. <http://www.avahealth.org/> This conference is designed to accelerate the adoption of teaching about violence and abuse by highlighting new research and its implications. [Source: Prevent-Connect].
Training Course: Men Can Stop Rape, From Theory to Practice Training, 13 - 15 July 2011, Washington D.C., USA. <http://www.mencanstoprape.org/calendar2702/calendar_show.htm?doc_id=1531210> Through interactive group exercises, role-playing, and multi-media presentations, "From Theory to Practice" prepares participants with the necessary skills to motivate men to take a more active role in challenging attitudes and behaviors that support rape and other forms of men's violence against women.
Training Course: Coalition for Sexual and Bodily Rights in Muslim Societies, 16 - 23 July 2011, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. <http://www.wwhr.org/meetings_confs_workshops.php> This course was designed as a comprehensive curriculum on sexuality, sexual and reproductive health and rights with an in depth discussion on the linkages between research and practice. To apply please contact csbrinstitute at wwhr.org <mailto:csbrinstitute at wwhr.org> . Deadline for applications: 15 April 2011. [Source: AWID].
For more events visit: http://www.svri.org/calendar.htm <http://www.svri.org/calendar.htm>
IX. Funding Links / Scholarships / Research Opportunities
Call for Papers: WHO/PLoS Collection - No Health Without Research. <http://www.ploscollections.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pmed.1001008;jsessionid=BDDC77C8BEF224F84F306DB99E32573D.ambra01> This call is for a joint WHO/PLoS collection on the theme of the 2012 World Health Report on Research for Health. Ideally, studies or reports should not be merely descriptions of activities but should include evaluation of the impact of initiatives after their implementation. [Source: Equidad].
Call for Nominations: The Darroch Award for Excellence in Sexual and Reproductive Health Research. <http://www.guttmacher.org/media/nr/2011/02/28/index.html> The Guttmacher Institute is calling for candidates who are emerging as leading researchers in the field and whose work demonstrates these strengths. The award, offered once every two years, includes a $2,500 prize. Deadline for nominations: 16 May 2011. [Source: AWID].
Research Opportunity: IDRC Doctorate Research Awards Competition. <http://publicwebsite.idrc.ca/EN/Funding/Competitions/Pages/CompetitionDetails.aspx?CompetitionID=10> The International Development Research Centre IDRC - Canada offers research awards twice a year in April and November to Canadians, permanent residents of Canada, and citizens of developing countries pursuing doctoral studies at a Canadian university. Applications close: 1 April 2011. [Source: Equidad].
Fellowship Opportunity: Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World. <http://www.owsdw.org/> Postgraduate training fellowships are now open for women scientists from Sub-Saharan Africa and Least Developed Countries at Centres of Excellence in the South. Deadline for applications: 31 July of each year. [Source: Wigsat-l]
Funding Opportunity: Harvard University. <http://cfar.globalhealth.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k58622&tabgroupid=icb.tabgroup104220> The Harvard University CFAR is pleased to announce a Request for Proposals for clinical and basic science HIV/AIDS research awards beginning 1 August 2011. Application closing date: 23 May 2011.
Funding Opportunity: United Nations Voluntary Trust Fund for Victims of Human Trafficking 2011 Small Grants Facility. <http://www.unodc.org/unodc/en/human-trafficking-fund/2011-Small-Grants-Facility.html> The Grant aims to provide tangible support, through established channels, to victims of trafficking in persons. The design of the Grants Facility drew from lessons learned from a pilot project hosted under the auspices of UN.GIFT. Applications close: 30 April 2011. [Source: AWID].
SVRI Funding Links Page: For details on funders who have funding sources available for research on sexual violence visit: http://www.svri.org/funding.htm <http://www.svri.org/funding.htm>
Senior Technical Adviser, P5 <http://careers.un.org> / United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime / Programme Office Palestine, East Jerusalem.
Consultant, Young Feminist Wire (Trilingual) <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-at-AWID/Consultant-Young-Feminist-Wire-Trilingual> / The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) / Toronto, Canada (preferred, but flexible) / Closing date: April 10, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Young Feminist Activism Manager <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-at-AWID/Young-Feminist-Activism-Manager> / The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) / Location: Toronto, Mexico City or Cape Town (preferred, but flexible) / Closing date: April 3, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Volunteer - Administrative Support <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-at-AWID/Volunteer-Administrative-Support> / The Association for Women's Rights in Development (AWID) / Toronto, ON, Canada / Closing date: April 3, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Program Intern <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Program-Intern> / Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) / Washington, DC, USA / Closing date: April 1, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Communications Officer, part-time (0.8) <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Communications-Officer-part-time-0.8> / The International Women's Development Agency (IWDA) / Melbourne, Australia / Closing date: March 28, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Gender and Agriculture Consultant <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Gender-and-Agriculture-Consultant> / The International Center for Research on Women (ICRW) / Nairobi, Kenya. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Senior Gender Advisor <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Senior-Gender-Advisor> / Futures Group / Washington, DC, USA. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Gender Advisor <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Gender-Advisor> / Futures Group / Washington, DC, USA. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Gender Adviser <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Gender-Adviser> / EBRD / London, UK / Closing date: March 25, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Gender Specialist (DPF post) <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Gender-Specialist-DPF-post> / UNDP / Nairobi, Kenya / Closing date: March 31, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Lead Trainer <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Lead-Trainer> / UNDP / Location: Home-based / Closing date: March 28, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Consultant: Knowledge Coordinator <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Consultant-Knowledge-Coordinator> / UNDP / New York, NY, USA / Closing date: March 28, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Customer Service & Sales Coordinator <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Customer-Service-Sales-Coordinator> / Women Make Movies (WMM) / New York, NY, USA. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Family Project Assistant <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Family-Project-Assistant> / Human Rights Campaign / Washington, DC, USA. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Multi-Media and Online Coordinator <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Multi-Media-and-Online-Coordinator> / Women for Women International / Washington, DC, USA / Open until filled. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Equality Advisor (with Responsibility for Gender Based Violence) <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Equality-Advisor-with-Responsibility-for-Gender-Based-Violence> / Concern Worldwide / Dublin, Ireland / Closing date: April 4, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Staff Attorney <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Staff-Attorney> / Women's Link Worldwide / Bogotá, Colombia or Madrid, Spain / Closing date: April 1, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
Senior Attorney and Director of the Gender Justice Observatory <http://www.awid.org/Get-Involved/Jobs-Around-the-World/Senior-Attorney-and-Director-of-the-Gender-Justice-Observatory> / Women's Link Worldwide / Bogotá, Colombia or Madrid, Spain / Closing date: April 1, 2011. [Source: AWID Resource-Net Jobs: Monday 21 March 2011].
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