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Profiles in resilience: The experiences of women seeking shelter in Pakistan.

A/prof. Filomena Critelli

Gender-based violence is the most wide-spread and socially tolerated of human rights violations (United Nations Population Fund, 2005). lt compromises the health of women and serves as a barrier to the full participation and capacity development of women throughout the world (United Nations Development Program, 2003, UNDP, 2006, wHo, 2005, United Nations Population Fund, 2000). Abuse of rights and violence against women and girls is widespread in Pakistan (Amnesty lnternational, 2002, Jilani and Ahmed, 2004). Gender violence in Pakistan takes a variety of forms, some of which are similar to the West, and others more specific to the culture (Hassan, 1995, Jilani and Ahmed, 2004, Amnesty lnternational, 1999, 2002).

Recorded: October 2009, Dubrovnik - Cavtat, Croatia.
Coping & Resilience International Conference

Organiser: The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice

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A/prof. Filomena Critelli

EDUCATION
2003 Ph.D., Social Welfare, University at Albany
1977 Master of Social Work, University at Buffalo
1974 Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Buffalo State College

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
2005- present Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo
1994 – 1996 Adjunct Lecturer, University at Albany, School Of Social Welfare, Masters in Social Work Program
1990-1995 Adjunct Professor: LaGuardia Community College, City University of New York, Department of Human Services
1986-1989 Lecturer: Columbia University College of Physicians

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
2002-2004 Assistant Executive Director, The Door, New York, N.Y.
1997-2002 Assistant Executive Director. Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York, N.Y.
1992-1994 Assistant Executive Director, Talbot Perkins Children’s Services, New York,

PUBLICATIONS
Peer-Reviewed Journal Publications
Critelli, F.M. (2008). The impact of September 11th on immigrants in the United States. Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies.Vol. 6, No. 2,141-167.
Critelli. F.M. (2007). Caregiving and welfare reform: Voices of low-income foster mothers. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment.Vol.15, No.4, 55-80.
Critelli, F.M. (2008) Labor of love: Foster mothers and welfare reform. Child Welfare. 87(4):5-34.
Critelli, F.M. (In press). Beyond the veil in Pakistan. Affilia
Critelli, F.M. (In press) .Women’s rights =Human rights: Pakistani women against gender violence. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare.
Critelli, F.M. and Willett, J. (In Press). Creating a safe haven in Pakistan. International Social Work.
Critelli, F.M. and Schwam-Harris, M. (In Press). “In a Bind”: Foster Mothers’ Experiences with Welfare Reform. Journal of Children and Poverty.
Book Chapters
Critelli. F.M. (2007). Caregiving and welfare reform: Voices of low-income foster mothers. In C. Dulmus and K. Sowers (Eds.) (2007). Adult Development and Well-being: The Impact of Institutional Environments. N.Y.: The Haworth Press.
Critelli, F.M. (2009). A Barrel of Oil for a Doctor: Resilient Cuba. In A. Lorini and D. Bassosi (Eds.) Cuba Strategic Island: New Perspectives on History, Cultural and International Policy. Florence, Italy: University of Florence Press.

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