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Global Human Rights Clinic

2020

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Access Denied: Internet Access And The Right To Education In South Africa, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic Jan 2020

Access Denied: Internet Access And The Right To Education In South Africa, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic

Global Human Rights Clinic

No abstract provided.


Submission To The Special Rapporteur: Reports Of Abuse Of Migrant Children In U.S. Custody And Oversight Failures, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic Jan 2020

Submission To The Special Rapporteur: Reports Of Abuse Of Migrant Children In U.S. Custody And Oversight Failures, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic

Global Human Rights Clinic

No abstract provided.


Deadly Discretion: The Failure Of Police Use Of Force Policies To Meet Fundamental International Human Rights Law And Standards, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic Jan 2020

Deadly Discretion: The Failure Of Police Use Of Force Policies To Meet Fundamental International Human Rights Law And Standards, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic

Global Human Rights Clinic

No abstract provided.


Gender-Sensitive And Gender-Effective Strategies In Preventing And Countering Violent Extremism, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic, Mandel Legal Aid Clinic Jan 2020

Gender-Sensitive And Gender-Effective Strategies In Preventing And Countering Violent Extremism, University Of Chicago Law School - Global Human Rights Clinic, Mandel Legal Aid Clinic

Global Human Rights Clinic

For over two decades, the global community has endeavored to prevent and combat violent extremism. In that time, states and civil society partners have increasingly recognized women’s role in this effort as critical to its success. The effective engagement of women, representing half of the world’s population, is now understood as necessary to a “localized, credible, inclusive, and resonant strateg[y] to build resilience to extremism.”

However, gender-sensitive and gender-effective approaches to preventing and countering violent extremism (PCVE) have remained elusive. Women’s involvement in PCVE strategies continue to be largely marginal, often reinforcing harmful stereotypes, and sometimes resulting in negative consequences …