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Women's rights in conflict and post-conflict scenarios: with a special focus on widowhood issues, Afghanistan, the DRC and the status of Kurdish women in Turkey

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Margaret Owen, who read law at Girton College in the ‘50s, is a human rights lawyer, founder and director of the international NGO Widows for Peace through Democracy (WPD) www.widowsforpeace.org, and also a founder member of GAPS -UK (Gender Action on Peace and Security). In recognition of her human rights work, especially on behalf of widows overseas, she was awarded an O.B.E this year.

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