War, rape, domestic violence, child sexual abuse and loss challenge all those affected to find ways to come to terms with and transcend their experience. This book strives to offer new understandings.
Elspeth McInnes is Associate Professor of Sociology in the School of Education at the University of South Australia. Her work focuses on educator knowledge of family violence and abuse, parental separation and divorce and the social policies addressing these issues. Anka D. Mason is an independent human rights legal scholar and activist. Her work focuses on issues of body, gender, violence, and rights advocacy within conflict and post-conflict communities.