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Первый авторNoor Samina
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ID450073
АннотацияSome nations have been experienced domestic armed conяict and that made the central point of the most of the research in international relations. Civil wars have became the widely used synonym for armed conяict in the world. Syria has busted in its third year of civil war which killed thousands of people and displaced millions.War is an inevitable reality of the cruel patriarchal system of male domination to oppressed other race, nations and used sexual violence against women as strategic war head. The violence against women in Syria fetched gendered security issues in the framework of international relations. This paper analysis the violence against women (VAW) in Syria should be characterized as security issue which required consideration and intervention in any way. Civil war and violence against women (VAW) not a new thing in the contemporary world where we claimed to be as civilized. Women are usually disproportionately affected by armed conяicts. During armed conяict, women have raped, brutally killed not only to threat women but also as an instrument of genocide. This research paper based on the violence against women (VAW) in current Civil War in Syria.
УДК355.01
Noor, S. War, Violence and Women: a Case Study of Syrian Civil War (2013-2014) / S. Noor // Журнал Сибирского федерального университета. Гуманитарные науки. Journal of Siberian Federal University, Humanities& Social Sciences .— 2016 .— №4 .— С. 29-40 .— URL: https://rucont.ru/efd/450073 (дата обращения: 20.01.2022)

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Humanities & Social Sciences 4 (2016 9) 733-744 ~ ~ ~ УДК 355.01 War, Violence and Women: a Case Study of Syrian Civil War (2013-2014) Samina Noor* Islamia University Bahawalpur Pakistan Received 12.01.2016, received in revised form 09.02.2016, accepted 28.02.2016 Some nations have been experienced domestic armed confl ict and that made the central point of the most of the research in international relations. <...> Civil wars have became the widely used synonym for armed confl ict in the world. <...> Syria has busted in its third year of civil war which killed thousands of people and displaced millions. <...> War is an inevitable reality of the cruel patriarchal system of male domination to oppressed other race, nations and used sexual violence against women as strategic war head. <...> This paper analysis the violence against women (VAW) in Syria should be characterized as security issue which required consideration and intervention in any way. <...> Women are usually disproportionately affected by armed confl icts. <...> During armed confl ict, women have raped, brutally killed not only to threat women but also as an instrument of genocide. <...> Keywords: Civil Wars, Arm Confl ict, violence against women (VAW), International Relations, Rape, UNHCHR (United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights). <...> Ban Ki Moon, secretary general of the UN March 2009 in the (United Nations) said on 6th International Herald Tribune, Sexual violence against women is a crime against humanity. <...> Sexual violence against women during armed confl icts now becomes war crimes with the adoption of +Statute of the International Criminal Court in Rome on 17 July 1998 and passing of Samina Noor. <...> Violence against women (VAW) during armed confl icts has a long dated history, and now have been taken as a security issue. <...> What is different from the past, only the world has able now to have the statistical data of suffered women during any Civil War and simply threw out for the international attention to the issues, though practically failed to protect women during such confl icts. <...> Violence Against Women (VAW) has spread like a plague, any country, nation, race, and region <...>