Tag Archives: feminism

Dec 10 2014

Peace with guns? Women’s human rights and the masculinisation of peace and security

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Yael Nevo is a graduate of LSE’s MSc Human Rights programme (2012-13) who specialises in women, peace and security and women’s empowerment. She recently completed a five-month internship at the Consortium on Gender, Security and Human Rights and is currently working … Continue reading

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Jun 2 2014

Domestic violence and women’s rights in Hungary

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Dora Felkai is an MSc Human Rights student at LSE researching women’s rights in Hungary and the double discrimination Roma women face. She works for Aegis Trust, a genocide prevention NGO, and Rene Cassin. I learnt about the magnitude of … Continue reading

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May 17 2014

Revenge porn: human rights online

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Lily Kendall is an MSc Human Rights student at LSE and an Editor on the LSE Human Rights blog. Her current academic interests centre around hate speech, women’s rights on the internet, and pornography. She also writes for the F-Word and … Continue reading

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