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2019, br. 23, str. 41-76
Rod i izbeglištvo: životi, prostori i svakodnevna iskustva žena u izbegličkom kampu Nakivale u ugandi
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e-adresamia.kisic@gmail.com
Ključne reči: žene izbeglice; rodno zasnovano nasilje; izbeglički kamp; Uganda; intersekcionalnost; feministička geografija
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Iako je cela izbeglička zajednica pogođena problemom nestabilnosti i nedostatka bezbednosti, žene su posebno vulnerabilne u situacijama izbeglištva. Tokom celog migracijskog puta, od ratom ili nepogodom pogođenih zemalja njihovog porekla, preko putovanja, do zemalja destinacije, one su u disproporcionalno većem riziku od opasnosti, pogotovo od rodno zasnovanog nasilja. Ovo uključuje i izbegličke kampove, gde su uznemiravanje, silovanje, zlostavljanje i eksploatisanje svakodnevne pojave u životima izbeglica u smeštenih njemu. Ovaj tekst će se fokusirati na jedan od tih kampova - izbeglički kamp Nakivale u Ugandi. Članak koristi teorijske okvire feminističke geografije kako bi sagledao rodom određeno iskustvo života u izbegličkom kampu i promatrao načine na koje rod oblikuje žensko iskustvo prostora, mobilnosti, promene okoline i kultura, odnosa u porodici itd. u njemu. Povrh toga, kroz same glasove žena izbeglica, tekst ima za cilj da prikaže kako rod upleten sa brojnim drugim identitetima može dodatno marginalizovati žene izbeglice i ugroziti njihovu bezbednost u kampu.
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