This post first appeared on the Women, Peace and Security Academic Collective blog. The Women, … Continue reading What Can New Zealand Do on the United Nations Security Council to Advance the Women, Peace and Security Agenda?
Earlier this week, Professor Jacqui True presented a webinar, ‘Political Economy of Violence Against Women’, … Continue reading WILPF International: Women’s Power to Stop War Webinar
The School of Social Sciences (SoSS), led by Professor Sharon Pickering, is celebrating the success of its researchers … Continue reading Social sciences celebrate Future Fellowship trifecta
At the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in London this week a number of myths about sexual … Continue reading Dispelling 5 Myths about Sexual Violence in Conflict: How can we do better with data on Asia Pacific?
By Sara Davies and Jacqui True At the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in … Continue reading Dispelling Four Myths about Sexual Violence in Conflict
Prevention of Mass Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations in Asia-Pacific (PSVAP) … Continue reading Preventing Mass Sexual Violence in Asia-Pacific Project
Professor Jacqui True recently contributed to a new special issue of the Australian Journal of International … Continue reading Australia on the UN Security Council: Progressing the Women, Peace and Security Agenda (AJIA Special Issue)
Date/Time: Tue 03 Jun / 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Location: Room H1.26, H Building … Continue reading Fay Gale Lecture 2014 ‘Winning the War on War but Losing the Battle: A Feminist Perspective on Global Violence’
The new article by Professor Jacqui True and Professor Lisa Prugl (Graduate Institute for International … Continue reading Equality Means Business? Governing Gender through Transnational Public-Private Partnerships
4 December 2013 The Political Economy of Violence Against Women offers a structural explanation for … Continue reading Double awards for political science publication