The Missing Peace Symposium 2013 brought together some of the most innovative thinkers working in this field of research. Panelists, young scholars, guest speakers, and participants research, and hail from, Africa, Asia, North and South America, and Europe. Their work and research covers all aspects of sexual violence in conflict and post-conflict setting, including the root causes of violence, the enviorments that perpetuate violence, and the impacts of sexual violence on all aspects of life.
Below, are some additional resources for those interested in deepening their understanding of the topics being covered by the Missing Peace Symposium.
- Askin, Kelly D. "A Decade of the Development of Gender Crimes in International Courts and Tribunals: 1993 to 2003"
- Dolan, Chris. "Working with Men and Boy Survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Volence in Forced Displacement"
- Ellsberg, Mary. "Violence against Women in Melanesia and Timor-Leste"
- Ellsberg, Mary. "Sexual Violence and Expolitation in Conflict Situations"
- Engle, Karen. "Calling in the Troops: The Uneasy Relationship Among Women's Rights, Human Rights, and Humanitarian Intervention"
- Engle, Karen. "Judging Sex in War"
- Garcia-Moreno, Claudia and Charoltte Watts. "Violence against women: an urgent public health priority"
- Garcia-Moreno, Claudia. "WHO Multi-country Study on Women's Health and Domestic Violence against Women"
- Heathcote, Gina. "Naming and Shaming: Human Rights Accountability in Security Council Resolution 1960 (2010) on Women, Peace and Security"
- Makanyengo, Margaret. "APHIA II, Nairobi"
- Mantilla, Julissa. "The Truth Comission in Peru: Trying to heal open wounds"
- Nordås, Ragnhild. "Sexual Violence in African Conflicts"
- Seelinger, Kim Thuy. "Violence Against Women and HIV Control in Uganda: A Paradox of Protection?"
- Skjelsbæk, Inger. "Victim and Survivor: Narrated Social Identities of Women Who Experienced Rape During the War in Bosnia-Herzegovina"