The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice

Selected Reading

The 1985 U.N. Women's Conference and the Peace Tent

(1995). Documents 84-85, 87-94. The United Nations and the advancement of women (pp. 360- 425). New York, New York:  United Nations Department of Public Information.

Boutros-Ghali, B. (1995). Introduction. The United Nations and the advancement of women (pp. 5-6, 37-38, 45-46). New York, New York:  United Nations Department of Public Information.

Çagatay, N., Grown, C., & Santiago, A. (1986). The Nairobi Women’s Conference: Toward a global feminism? Feminist Studies, 12(2), 401-412.

Fulton, M. (1986). Peace is the way to peace. Canadian Women’s Studies, 7(1-2), 159-162. Goodwillie, D. (1986). Proclaiming Pacific issues in Nairobi. Canadian Woman Studies, 7(1-2), 134-135.

Jain, D. Introduction, Chapters 1-5. Women, Development, and The UN (pp. 4, 7-8, 40-42, 71- 72, 83, 87, 95-97, 104, 118-122, 148-151, 156). Bloomington and Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Vaughan, G. (2004). The Nairobi Peace Tent. Retrieved from http://www.gift- economy.com/articlesAndEssays/nairobiPeaceTent.html

Wolf-Konek, C. (1989). Nairobi. NWSA Journal, 1(4), 660-675.