The Global State of Female Human Rights & Women’s Humanitarian Issues: Inclusive security and aid policies correlates to genocide, gynocide,

Female Human Rights & Women’s Humanitarian Issues.

Conducted in the field Dr. Danica Anderson’s work and trauma research reveals women and children are the most vulnerable and in need of humanitarian aid with policies and rule of law that include them.

Gauging women’s global perceptions towards human rights and humanitarian issues assigns priorities and accountability.

Collections of women’s first person narratives and images conferences – events to the research focuses on women’s global perceptions concerning their human rights, humanitarian issues, diaspora to refugee crisis.

The responsibility to protect, support needs in the short- and medium-term, and long-term strategies for combating human rights violations and women’s humanitarian issues  so as to have  inclusivity of women’s and children’s needs or perspective.

  • Bosnian Muslim Women War Crimes & War Survivors Informed Trauma Care & Caregiving Intensives, Novi Travnik, Bosnia.
  • Apprenticeships & train the trainer in local communities informs & facilitates adaptation and resiliency in response to genocide, gynocide, femicide, catastrophic trauma and aftermath of a century of wars.
  •  Peaceful Dimensions Conference held in Novi Travnik, Bosnia cultivates South Slavic Female social collectives to grow collaborative efforts across ethnic divides, Girl Child, Youth & Mother/Grandmother Programs.
  • Afghan Women Project “Where is She?” a book in progress by Dr. Danica Anderson who was in Afghanistan 2013-14 with the Department of Defense seeks to provide  Solar powered computers for the All Female High School in Jalalabad and continued efforts to provide Afghan women with solar powered computers and training in rural areas.
  • Dr. Danica Anderson’s Field research, papers/books and intensives in Sub-Sahara Africa, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia & Serbia & Afghanistan.  Flights, lodgings, computer & camera equipment to per diem rates to perform research, studies and facilitate trauma intensives with local community level major caregivers; women.