GBV & Norm and Policy Implementation
This is a study of states’ responses to gender-based violence. Peace’s book, “Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence against Women in Africa” examines the factors that shape states’ implementation of international gender-based violence norms in Liberia and CÔte d’Ivoire. It draws on over 300 interviews with a range of individuals, including law enforcement officers and survivors of violence, to probe the factors that affect norm implementation at the street-level, with a focus on the roles of international organizations and women’s movements.
Peace A. Medie. 2020. Global Norms and Local Action: The Campaigns to End Violence against Women in Africa. Oxford University Press,.
Nana Akua Anyidoho, Gordon Crawford, and Peace A. Medie. 2020. ‘The Role of Women's Movements in the Implementation of Gender-Based Violence Laws’, Politics & Gender (first view).
Peace A. Medie and Shannon Drysdale Walsh, 2019. ‘International Organizations, NGOs, and Police Implementation of Domestic Violence Policies in Liberia and Nicaragua’, Politics & Gender (first view).
Peace A. Medie. 2019. ‘Introduction: Women, Gender, and Change in Africa’, African Affairs, pp. 1–7, doi: 10.1093/afraf/adz025.
Peace A. Medie. 2017. 'Rape Reporting in Post-Conflict Cote d'Ivoire: Accessing Justice and Ending Impunity,' African Affairs 116(464): 414-434..
Peace A. Medie. 2015. 'Women and Postconflict Security: A Study of Police Response to Domestic Violence in Liberia,' Politics & Gender 11(3): 478-498.
Peace A. Medie. 2013. 'Fighting Gender-Based Violence: The Women's Movement and the Enforcement of Rape Law in Liberia,' African Affairs 112(448): 377-397.
Peace A. Medie, ‘Women and Violence in Africa.' Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History. Oxford University Press, 2019.
Peace A. Medie, ‘The Police: Laws, Prosecutions, and Women’s Rights in Liberia.' in Nic Cheeseman (ed.), Politics in Africa: The Importance of Institutions. Cambridge University Press, 2018.