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Enduring Impunity

This book forges a new way to speak about our unfinished business, presenting the
voices of 140 women survivors of torture and other forms of gender-based violence
from Indonesia, Timor-Leste and Myanmar. Together with a handbook on
participatory research, the two publications provide a long-awaited innovation. The
books present a new approach and new knowledge about how women experience
impunity in conflict and post-conflict settings in Southeast Asia. Through the stories
of survivors, we see the vicious relationship between violence and poverty. To
counter this spiral of victimization, the handbook offers a collection of activities to
“unlearn” the practices together with survivors, that nurture impunity.


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