Salvation or Suffering? Analyzing the Impact of UN Peacekeeping Operations on Health and Safety of Women in Post-Conflict Environments
Division: Social Sciences
Dept/Program: Political Science
Document Type: Undergraduate Student Research
Mentor(s): Alex Weisiger
Date of this Version: 01 May 2019
Drawing from the experiences of the United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) and United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Sierra Leone (UNAMSIL), this study examines the impact of UN peacekeeping operations on the health and safety of women and girls in post-conflict environments. By combining findings from the four indicators of access to the provision of health care, state of maternal health, disarmament of women and girls, and the prevalence of sexual exploitation and abuse, this study will illustrate that neither mission led to disproportionately better outcomes for women and girls following mission deployment.
International Relations | Political Science
Hariri, Alicia Y., "Salvation or Suffering? Analyzing the Impact of UN Peacekeeping Operations on Health and Safety of Women in Post-Conflict Environments" 01 May 2019. CUREJ: College Undergraduate Research Electronic Journal, University of Pennsylvania, https://repository.upenn.edu/curej/233.
Date Posted: 20 May 2019