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How can approaches aimed at preventing Female Genital Mutilation be improved and developed using participatory methods with second-generation young people in the UK? (2020)
Thesis
Ali, S. How can approaches aimed at preventing Female Genital Mutilation be improved and developed using participatory methods with second-generation young people in the UK?. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/3221462

Background: There is considerable interest in Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) at global level, and within the United Nations Development Programme Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), goal 5.3 aims to eliminate all harmful practices, including reduc... Read More about How can approaches aimed at preventing Female Genital Mutilation be improved and developed using participatory methods with second-generation young people in the UK?.

Social and economic rights and transformative constitutionalism in Africa: Imperative of expanding the frontiers of judicial activism (2019)
Journal Article
Okogbule, N. S., & Brown, C. T. (2019). Social and economic rights and transformative constitutionalism in Africa: Imperative of expanding the frontiers of judicial activism. US-China Law Review, 16(2), 52-64. https://doi.org/10.17265/1548-6605/2019.02.002

Social and economic rights have undergone tremendous transformation over the years. Initially regarded with disdain and contempt, and as rights only to be realized progressively, these rights have increasingly become the cornerstone of activism in th... Read More about Social and economic rights and transformative constitutionalism in Africa: Imperative of expanding the frontiers of judicial activism.

It's harder for boys? Children's representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers in Zimbabwe (2015)
Journal Article
LeRoux-Rutledge, E., Guerlain, M. A., Andersen, L. B., Madanhire, C., Mutsikiwa, A., Nyamukapa, C., …Campbell, C. (2015). It's harder for boys? Children's representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers in Zimbabwe. AIDS Care, 27(11), 1367-1374. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2015.1093592

This study examines whether children in rural Zimbabwe have differing representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers based on the gender of those peers. A group of 128 children (58 boys, 70 girls) aged 10–14 participated in a draw-and-write exercis... Read More about It's harder for boys? Children's representations of their HIV/AIDS-affected peers in Zimbabwe.