Preventing Mass Sexual Violence in Asia-Pacific
The Prevention of Sexual Violence in Asia Pacific project is concerned with understanding the relationship between endemic violence against women with widespread and systematic sexual and gender based violence. We are documenting all reports of violence against women and girls in three countries: Philippines, Myanmar and Sri Lanka. The purpose is to understand the relationship between political violence, violence against women and spikes in sexual violence atrocities against these populations. The study covers 1998-2016.
List of Publications
Davies, S.E and J. True, 2017. “When There is No Justice: The Case of Conflict-Related Sexual and Gender-based Violence in Sri Lanka” International Journal of Human Rights 21, 8: 1320-1336.
Davies, S.E and J. True. 2017. “Connecting the Dots: Pre-existing Patterns of Gender Inequality and the Likelihood of Mass Sexual Violence.” Global Responsibility to Protect 9, 1: 65-85.
Davies, S.E and J. True. 2017. “The Politics of Counting and Reporting Conflict-related Sexual and Gender-based Violence.” International Feminist Journal of Politics 19, 1: 4-21.
Davies and J. True. 2017. “Norm Entrepreneurship in International Politics: William Hague and the Prevention of Sexual Violence in Conflict”, Foreign Policy Analysis 13, 3, 1: 701–721.
“Conflict in Asia and the Role of Gender-Based Violence.” In The State of Conflict and Violence in Asia.
San Francisco: Asia Foundation, 2017.
Davies, S.E, J. True and M. Tanyag. 2016. “How Women’s Silence Secures the Peace: Analysing Sexual And Gender-Based Violence in a Low Intensity Conflict. “ Gender and Development 24, 3: 459-473.
Davies, Sara and J. True. 2015. “The Pandemic of Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and the Political Economy of Gender Inequality.” In Nicola Henry, Anastasia Powell and Asher Flynn, eds. Rape Justice: Beyond the Realm of Law, Basingstoke: Palgrave.