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International Campaign Against Honour Killings Website

Conference: "Combating Patriarchal Violence Against Women - Focusing on Violence in the Name of Honour". Stockholm, 7-8 Decmeber, 2004.

  • Concluding Remarks and a Call for Action from the Chair
  • Theoretical Debates

    Agnes, Flavia. 1995. State, Gender and the Rhetoric of Law Reform. Bombay: Research Centre for Women's Studies, S.N.D.T. Women's University.

    Andersson, Annika. 2003. Honor Killings: The Survival of Patriarchy in Different Societies. Lund: University of Lund.

    Awad, Amani M. 2002. "Gossip, Shame, and Honor Killing: A Case for Social Constructionism and Hegemonic Discourse." Social Thought and Research, vol 24 nos 1-2: 39-52.

    Clark, Kate. 1995. "The right to know: human rights and access to reproductive rights information." Women Against Fundamentalisms 7: 47.

    Enloe, Cynthia. 2000. "Masculinity as Foreign Policy Issue." Foreign Policy in Focus 5 (36): 1-7.

    Feldman, Rayah. 1995. "Reply to Gayatri Chakravorty Spivak." Women Against Fundamentalisms 7: 5-7.


    Hoffman, John. 2001. Gender and Soverignty: Feminism, the State and International Relations. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

    Maris, Cees and Saharso, Sawitri. 2001. "Honour Killing: A Reflection on Gender, Culture, and Violence." The Netherlands Journal of Social Sciences vol 37, no.1: 52-73.

    Mojab, Shahrzad. 2005. "The Particularity of ‘Honour’ and the Universality of ‘Killing’ :
    A Feminist Pedagogy."
    Fourth Annual Symposium on Diaspora, Islam and Gender.  

    Molyneux, Maxine. 1985. "Legal Reform and Socialist Revolution in Democratic Yemen: Women and the Family." International Journal of the Sociology of Law 13: 147-172.

    Peristiany, J.G., ed. 1966. Honour and Shame: The Values of Mediterranean Society. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

    Sangari, Kumkum, and Sudesh Vaid. 1985. "Sati in Modern India: A Report." Sangari, Kumkum, and Sudesh Vaid eds. Women and Culture. Mumbai: Research Centre for Women's Studies 165-181.


    Sever, Aysan and Gokcecicek, Yurdakul. 2001. "Culture of Honour, Culture of Change: A Feminist Analysis of Honor Killings in Rural Turkey." Violence Against Women, vol 7, no 9: 964-999.


    Shamiry, Naguib. 1984. "The Judicial System in Democratic Yemen." Pridham, B.R., ed. Contemporary Yemen: Politics and Historical Background. London: Croom Helm 175-194.


    Simsek, Sefa. 2000-2001. "The Disembedded Custom: Intrafamily Murders for Sexual Honor in Turkish Metropolises." U.U. Fen-Edebiyat Fakultesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi 2: 61-74.


    Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty. 1995. "Public Hearing on Crimes Against Women." Women Against Fundamentalisms 7: 3-4.



    Amnesty International, International Secretariat. 2004. 'Turkey: Women Confronting Family Violence.' London


    Amnesty International, International Secretariat. 1999. 'Pakistan: Violence Against Women in the Name of Honour.' London.

    Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, School of Oriental and African Studies. International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights. 2002. Intiatives to Address 'Crimes of Honour'. London.


    Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, School of Oriental and African Studies. International Centre for the Legal Protection of Human Rights. 2003. Selected International Human Rights Materials Addressing 'Crimes of Honour'. London.


    Organisation Mondiale Contre la Torture (OMCT). Report prepared for the 30th Session of the Committee Against Torture. 2003. 'Violence Against Women in Turkey'. Geneva.


    Refugee Women's Resource Project: Asylum Aid. 2002. Refugee Women and Domestic Violence: Country Studies. London.


    The Independent Organization of Women in Sulaymaniya. 2000. Honor Killing: Catalogue of Horror in Iraq. KurdishMedia.


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