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PAR Girl Mothers

College of Arts and Sciences Gender and Women's Studies Program

PAR Publications

Veale, A., McKay, S., Worthen, M & Wessells, M. (2013)  Participation as Principle and Tool in Social Reintegration: Young Mothers Formerly Associated with Armed Groups in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Northern Uganda. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma, Volume 22, Issue 8,

 

Veale, A., McKay, S., Worthen, M & Wessells, M. (2013) Children of young mothers formerely associated with armed forces and groups in Sierra Leone, Liberia and northern Uganda.  in O Riordan, J., Horgan, D. & Martin S. (Eds). Early Childhoods in the Global South.  Oxford: Peter Lang.

 

Worthen, M., Onyango, G., Veale, A., Wessells, M., McKay, S. (2013) Facilitating War-Affected Young Mothers’ Reintegration: Lessons from a Participatory Action Research Study in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Uganda. International Journal of Social Science Studies 1(1): 145-149.

 

Reintegration of young mothers (PDF)
McKay, Susan, Veale, Angela, Worthen, Miranda, and Wessells, Michael (2012, Aug.).  Reintegration of young mothers. Forced Migration Review, FMR 40, http://www.fmreview.org/young-and-out-of-place/worthen-et-al.html.

 

Building meaningful participation in reintegration among war-affected young mothers in Liberia, Sierra Leone and northern Uganda
The importance of participatory approaches in the reintegration of former combatants.
McKay, Susan, Veale, Angela, Worthen, Miranda, and Wessells, Michael (2011, July).  Building meaningful participation in reintegration among war-affected young mothers in Liberia, Sierra Leone and northern Uganda. Intervention: International Journal of Mental Health, Psychosocial Work and Counselling in Areas of Armed Conflict, 9 (2), 108-124.

 

Gender-based insecurity and opportunities for peace: supporting the reintegration of young war-affected mothers.
McKay, Susan, Veale, Angela, Worthen, Miranda, and Wessells, Michael (2011, Oct.).  Gender-based insecurity and opportunities for peace: supporting the reintegration of young war-affected mothers. Disarmament Forum, 3, 35-45.

 

Final Report of the Study, June 2010
Community-Based Reintegration of War-Affected Young Mothers: Participatory Action Research (PAR) in Liberia, Sierra Leone & Northern Uganda (PDF)


Final Report of the Study, June 2010 - French Version
Community-Based Reintegration of War-Affected Young Mothers: Participatory Action Research (PAR) in Liberia, Sierra Leone & Northern Uganda - French Version (PDF)

Handbook on Participatory Methods for Community-Based Projects
Handbook on Participatory Methods for Community-Based Projects (PDF)
Onyango, G., Worthen, M. (2010). 

 
Handbook on Participatory Methods for Community-Based Projects - French Version
Handbook on Participatory Methods for Community-Based Projects - French Version  (PDF)
Onyango, G., Worthen, M. (2010).

I stand Like a Woman (PDF)  
Worthen, M., Veale, A., McKay, S., and Wessells, M. ‘I Stand Like A Woman’: Empowerment and Human Rights in the Context of Community-Based Reintegration of Girl Mothers Formerly Associated With Fighting Forces and Armed Groups. Journal of Human Rights Practice. January 2010. 2(1): 49-70


'I had no idea you cared about me': Empowerment of Vulnerable Mothers in the Context of Reintegration
(PDF)
Worthen, M., McKay, S., Veale, A., and Wessells, M. ‘I had no idea you cared about me’: Empowerment of Vulnerable Mothers in the Context of Reintegration. In Bård Mæland (ed.), Culture, Religion, and the Reintegration of Female Child Soldiers in Northern Uganda. New York: Peter Lang, 2010. 149-164.

"Participation as Principle and Tool in Social Reintegration: Young Mothers Formerly Associated with Armed Groups in Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Northern Uganda" has been published on Taylor & Francis Online. It is available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10926771.2013.823635.

 


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