Healing the psychological wounds of gender-related violence in Latin America: a model for gender-sensitive work in post-conflict contexts
This article presents a model of healing which conceptualises and addresses the psychological effects on women of gender-related violence in the post-conflict context. The model is drawn from the experience of an El Salvadorian NGO, Las Dignas, and from key insights from gender and development literature.
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