Information and Resources on Gender Equality and Gender Research in Norway

Publications
A selection of research publications on peace and development by gender researchers from Norway - published 1996-2010. Published research with gender perspective dated after 2006 can be found at Kilden.
Evaluation of the "strategy for women and gender equality in development cooperation (1997-2005)". (2005). Oslo: Norad.
Ericsson, K., & Simonsen, E. (2005). Children of World War II: the hidden enemy legacy. Oxford: Berg.
Eriksen, A. (2004). Silent movement: transformations of gendered social structures in North Ambrym, Vanuatu. Bergen: [A. Eriksen].
Hagene, T. (2002). Work and love, patronage and patriarchy: histories and memories of a cooperative and its women, Nicaragua 1983-2000 (Vol. 2002:12). Oslo: Oslo University College, Center for multicultural and international studies (SEFIA).
Haram, L. (1999). Women out of sight: modern women in gendered worlds : the case of the Meru of Northern Tanzania. Bergen: Department of Social Anthropology, University of Bergen.
Hoogensen, G., & Stuvoy, K. (2006). Gender, resistance and human security. Security Dialogue, 37(2), 207-228.
Johannessen, J. (2006). Gender, media and development : the role of the media in the cultural struggle of gender transformation in Tanzania. Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, Department of Sociology and Political Science.
Johannessen, J. (2006). Gender, media and development: the role of the media in the cultural struggle of gender transformation in Tanzania (Vol. 2006:52). Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Technology Management, Department of Sociology and Political Science.
Karamé, K. H., & Bertinussen, G. (2001). Gendering human security: from marginalisation to the integration of women in peace-building : recommendations for policy and practice from the NUPI-Fafo forum on gender relations in post-conflict transitions. Oslo: Fafo.
Karamé, K. H., Tryggestad, T. L., & Bertinussen, G. (2000). Gender perspectives on peace and conflict studies. Oslo: International Peace Research Institute.
Lexow, J., & Hansen, S. (2005). Gender and development - a review of evaluation reports 1997-2004. Oslo: Norad.
Lie, M. (2000). Two generations: Life stories and social change in Malaysia. Journal of Gender Studies, 9(1), 27-43.
Linstroth, J. P. (2010). Gender as a Category for Analysis in Nigel Young, ed. , The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace (volume 2) 226-234. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press.
Schjølset, A. (2010). NATO and the Women: Exploring the Gender Gap in the Armed Forces. PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO
Sinnes, A. T. (2005). Approaches to gender equity in science education: two initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa seen through a lensderived from feminist critique of science (Vol. no. 38). Oslo: Department of Teacher Education and School Development, Faculty of Education, University of Oslo.
Skard, T. (2003). Continent of mothers, continent of hope : understanding and promoting development in Africa today. London: Zed Books.
Skard, T. (2004). Afrique des femmes, Afrique d'espoirs. Paris: L'Harmattan.
Skard, T. (2004). Kontinent der Frauen und der Hoffnung : Entwicklung in Afrika verstehen und fördern. Heidelberg: Books on African studies.
Skard, T. (2005). Moeders van Afrika. Amsterdam: KIT Publishers.
Skjelsbæk, I. (2007). Gender Aspects of International Military Interventions: National and International Perspectives. PRIO Paper. Oslo: PRIO.
Skjelsbæk, I. (2007). Voicing Silence: A political psychological analysis of the aftermath of the Bosnian war rapes. Trondheim: Norwegian University of Science and Technology management, Department of Psychology.
Skjelsbæk, I. (2010) . The Elephant in the Room: An Overview of how Sexual Violence came to be seen as a Weapon of War. Report to the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Oslo: PRIO.
Skjelsbæk, I. & Tryggestad, T. L. (2009). Women in the Norwegian Armed Forces. Gender Equality or Operational Imperative?, Minerva Journal of Women and War 3(2): 34-51.
Skjønsberg, E. (2000). Handbook in gender and empowerment assessment : women & men. Oslo: NORAD.
Skålnes, S., & Holm-Hansen, J. (2005). Women Can Do It: an evaluation of the WCDI programme in the Western Balkans. Oslo: Norad.
Stølen, K. A. (1996). The decency of inequality: gender, power and social change on the Argentine prairie. Oslo: Scandinavian University Press.
Tronvoll, K. (1998). Negotiating conflicting identities : an outline for research into gender, ethnicity and nationalism in Eritrea and Ethiopia. Oslo: Institutt for menneskerettigheter, Universitetet i Oslo.
Tryggestad, T. L. (2010). The UN Peacebuilding Commission and Gender: A Case of Norm Reinforcement, International Peacekeeping 17(2): 159-171.
Tønnessen, L. & Roald, A. S. (2007). Discrimination in the Name of religious Freedom: the Rights of Women and non-Muslims after the comprehensive peace Agreement in Sudan. Bergen: Chr. Michelsen Institute.
Utenriksdepartementet. (1997). A strategy for women and gender equality in development cooperation. Oslo: The Ministry.
Wallacher, H. (2007). Gender Mainstreaming in Mine Action. PRIO Policy Brief 8. Oslo: PRIO.
Aasen, B., & Hellevik, S. B. (2005). Evaluation of the "strategy for women and gender equality in development cooperation (1997-2005)". Oslo: Norad.