Our Publications


    • Glover, J. Liebling, H., Barrett, H. & Goodman, S. (2018). Persistence and Resistance of Harmful Traditional Practices (HTPs) Perpetuated against Girls in Africa and Asia. Journal of International Women's Studies.
    • Liebling, H. (2018) Personal Reflections on working with Survivors of Sexual and Gender-based Violence & Torture. In, In/visible Traumas: Healing, Loving, Writing. Pujolràs-Noguer, E & Hand, F. 
    • Liebling, H. (2018) Service Responses for Survivors of Conflict and Post-Conflict Sexual and Gender-Based Violence and Torture in the Great Lakes Region. Colleen O'Manique & Pieter Fourie (Eds.) Global Health and Security: Critical Feminist Perspectives. Routledge. 
    • Glover, J., Liebling, H., Goodman, S. & Barrett, H. (2017). The Psychological and Social Impact of Female Genital Mutilation: Journal of International Studies, 10, (2), 219-238. 10.14254/2071-8330.2017/10-2/16.
    • Glover, J., & Liebling, H. (2017) Reflections on research with survivors of female genital mutilation. Psychology of Women Section Review, 19, 1, 17-26.
    • Barrett, H (2017) Engaging Communities to implement behaviour change to end FGM in the EU: Lessons from the REPLACE Project. Pp. 23-28. In: Researching Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting. Leye, E & Coene, G (Eds) MAP-FGM Project, Vubpress Brussels University Press, Brussels. ISBN: 978 90 5718 7070.
    • Barrett, H (2017) Working with African Communities in the EU to end FGM: The REPLACE Approach. Pp. 285-292. In: Socio-cultural and legal aspects of FGM/C: transnational experiences of prevention and protection. Thrill, M (Ed). MAP-FGM Project. Dykinson S.L, Madrid. ISBN: 978-84-9148-385-4.
    • Alhassan, Y, Barrett, H, Brown, K & Kwah, K (2016) ‘Belief systems enforcing female genital mutilation in Europe’. International Journal of Human Rights in Healthcare, 9 (1), 29-40.    
    • Liebling H., Davidson, L., Canogura, G. & Ochola, G.. (2016) The Experiences of Survivors and Trauma Counselling Service Providers in northern Uganda: Implications for Mental Health Policy and Legislation. International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 49, 84-92.
    • Goodman, S., Burke, S., Liebling, H., & Zasada, D. (2015) 'I Can't Go Back Because If I Go Back I Would Die’: How Asylum Seekers Manage Talk about Returning Home by Highlighting the Importance of Safety'. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 25 (4), 327-339.
    • Barrett, H, Browne, K, Alhassan, Y & Beecham, D, (2015) The REPLACE Approach: supporting Communities to end FGM in the EU. A Toolkit. Pp 150. Coventry University. ISBN978184600062.
    • Barrett, H, Browne, K, Alhassan, Y & Beecham, D, (2015) The REPLACE Approach: supporting Communities to end FGM in the EU. Community Handbook. Pp 123. Coventry University. ISBN 9781846000638.
    • Liebling, H. (2015) 'Conflict and Post-Conflict Sexual Violence in Africa: Case Studies of Liberia, northern Uganda and eastern Democratic Republic of Congo'. A.R.
    • Ackerman. & R. Furman. (Eds). Sexual Crimes: Transnational Problems and Global Perspectives. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.
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