ACAS Bulletin

Women and War
(55/56)
by Association of Concerned Africa Scholars
Spring/Summer 1999
80 pages
Contents: Introduction to Women and War by Meredeth Turshen and Ousseina Alidou • Se Guérir de la Violence by Claudine Chaulet • Shadow Report on Algeria, Submitted to the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women by International Women's Human Rights Law Clinic and Women Living under Muslim Laws • The Kampala Declaration on Human Rights in Sudan by Conference on Human Rights in the Transition in Sudan • War Is Not Child's Play by Carol B. Thompson • Post-war Education in Liberia by Barbara B. Koffa • Femmes et Guerre en Casamance by Seynabou Mal • Women in Chad by Amnesty International • Challenging Violence:  Haitian Women Unite Women’s Rights and Human Rights by Anne Fuller • Active Support in Overcoming Fear of Women by Autonomous Women's Center Against Sexual Violence, Belgrade, Serbia • Femmes Touareg du Niger, Suite à la Rébellion by Zara Mahamane • Relation de l'État Nigérien avec la Société dans la Période de l'Après-geurre by Aichatou Ben Wahab • Women in the Sierra Leone Conflict by Elizabeth Bai-Marro • Final Report of the West African Workshop on Women in the Aftermath of Civil War • Atelier sur les Femmes et les Séquelles de la Guerre Civile en Afrique de l'Ouest Rapport Final • Declaration of African Women’s Anti-War Coalition • Declaration de la Coalition Anti-guerre des Femmes Africaines • The newsletter discusses the Association Culturelle d'Aide à la Promotion  Educative et Sociale, violence, Conference on Human Rights in the Transition, the Nigerien Association for Human Rights, Women and War in Casamance, Autonomous Women's Center Against Sexual Violence, NATO, the Cultural Association for Aid and Educational and Social Advancement, CODESRIA, the Tuareg rebellion, the Front for the Defense and Restoration of Democracy (FRDD), TANAT, the U.S. Campaign to Stop the Use of Child Soldiers, Human Rights Watch, the Islamic Salvation Front (FIS), the Women's Convention, the Commission on Human Rights resolution 1997/21, National Liberation Front (FLN), Ali Belhadj, Abdelkhader Moghni, Zazi Sadou, Khalida Messaoudi, Nabila Djahnine, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination, Anouar Haddam, the World Council of Churches (WCC), Save the Children Federation, Jesuit Refugee Service, Quaker United Nations Office, the Convention on the Rights of the Child, Desmond Tutu, Charles Taylor, the National Patriotic Front of Liberia, the Children Assistance Program, Don Bosco Homes, the West African Examination Council, the Assisted Enrollment Program, UNESCO, L'ACAPES (Association Culturelle d'Aide à la Promotion Educative et Sociale), Conseil d'Appui au Développement (CONGAD), Mouvement des Forces Démocratiques de Casamance (MFDC), the Forces Armées pour la République Fédérale (FARF), the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW), President Idriss Deby, the Virtuous Maids and Womens Ministry, Cheich Tidiane Diop, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the World Health Organization (WHO), the World Conference on Human Rights, the World Summit on Sustainable Social Development, International Conference on Population and Development, and the Fourth World Conference on Women.
Used by permission of several co-chairs of the Association of Concerned Africa Scholars.
Collection: Association of Concerned Africa Scholars Papers, Michigan State University Libraries Special Collections