Gender and disarmament: more reading

Publications

Preventing gender-based violence through arms control: tools and guidelines to implement the Arms Trade Treaty and UN Programme of Action

The Swedish arms trade and risk assessments: does a feminist foreign policy make a difference?

Women, weapons, and war: a gendered critique of multilateral instruments

Gender-based violence and the Arms Trade Treaty

Sex, gender, and nuclear weapons

Sex and drone strikes: gender and identity in targeting and casualty analysis (co-written with Article 36)

Women and explosive weapons

You Get What You Pay For

Fact sheet on gender and disarmament

Articles and interviews

Ray Acheson, “Profits of pain: stopping the war economy to stop wars,” Women’s Partnership Program, 26 November 2015

Ray Acheson and Rebecca Johnson, “The UN: are development and peace empty words?” openDemocracy, 24 September 2015

Imogene Mathers, “Women should be at the heart of peacebuilding talks,” SciDevNet, 22 September 2015

Christine Chinkin, Gender and the Arms Trade Treaty – A legal overview, Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, 2012

Carol Cohn with Felicity Hill and Sara Ruddick, “The relevance of gender for eliminating weapons of mass destruction,” Beyond arms control: challenges and choices for nuclear disarmament, New York: Reaching Critical Will of WILPF, 2010

Jennifer Nordstrom and Felicity Hill, “A Gender Perspective,” Nuclear Disorder or Cooperative Security?: U.S. Weapons of Terror, the Global Proliferation Crisis, and Paths to Peace, New York: Lawyers Committee on Nuclear Policy, Western States Legal Foundation, Reaching Critical Will of WILPF, 2006

 

 
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