Gender and Reparations: Understanding Women's Struggles for Justice Historical Memory and Redress
A Study of Gender and Reparation in postwar Guatemala, led by Professor Alison Crosby (York U/Canada) and Professor M. Brinton Lykes
The Gender and Reparations: Understanding Women's Struggles for Justice Historical Memory and Redress project is a project conducted jointly with York University in Toronto. It is led by Prof. Alison Crosby of York U. and BC CHRIJ Associate Director Prof. M. Brinton Lykes.
This project examines the nature and forms of reparation for women survivors of sexual violence during the 36-year long armed conflict in Guatemala, within a context of ongoing structural impunity, militarism and gender-based violence.
See the York U. project website for more information on the project.
Creativity as an intervention strategy with Mayan women in Guatemala
by M. Brinton Lykes & Alison Crosby