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Motherhood and Migration Project: Despite the fact that motherhood and migration are both considered life-changing … Continue reading Motherhood and Migration
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Professor Sharon Pickering advocated for the importance of continued research on women who migrate irregularly … Continue reading Women, Peace, and Security? How to Set the Agenda with Research
In March of 2013 an article was published in The Australian claiming the Department of … Continue reading An in-peril deterrent: A chronology of March – May 2013 news coverage regarding the Manus Island detention centre and the women and children who reside there