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By Janet M. Powers,Marica Prozo

This e-book combines scholarly examine with first-person interviews to check the present country of ladies in Bosnia two decades after the Balkan War—their emotional restoration, their monetary scenario, and their customers for the longer term. It describes how of the worst concerns affecting Bosnian ladies this day are family violence and trafficking. either are being addressed effectively by means of Bosnian women’s corporations utilising abilities constructed past in dealing with rape and battle trauma. It demonstrates how those corporations shoulder a societal load that a variety of degrees of presidency haven't any will or finances to handle, and exhibits that during elements of primary Bosnia emotions nonetheless run excessive among Christians and Muslims. The authors argue that the place ethnic hostility persists in rural parts, winning peace construction may still comprise ethnic music and dance in addition to conversation groups.

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Circles on the Mountain: Bosnian Women in the Twenty-First Century

This publication combines scholarly examine with first-person interviews to envision the present nation of ladies in Bosnia 20 years after the Balkan War—their emotional restoration, their financial scenario, and their customers for the longer term. It describes how of the worst matters affecting Bosnian girls at the present time are household violence and trafficking.

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