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    New European Recommendation aims to prevent and combat sexism

New European Recommendation aims to prevent and combat sexism

Christine Chinkin, Professorial Research Fellow and expert advisor to the Drafting Committee, introduces the new Council of Europe Recommendation on preventing and combating sexism.

Sexism is ‘rampant throughout Europe’ on-line and in everyday public and private life. It is everywhere, its pernicious consequences are felt throughout society, yet there has been no internationally recognised definition of sexism, nor any international […]

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    Integrating a gender perspective into commissions of inquiry

Integrating a gender perspective into commissions of inquiry

Following a workshop coordinated by the Gendered Peace project, Louise Arimatsu and Sheri Labenski reflect on some existing challenges to integrating a gender perspective into commissions of inquiry.  

On 21 January, the LSE’s Centre for Women, Peace, and Security hosted a workshop coordinated by the ‘Gendered Peace project’  (and funded by the European Research Council) that brought together a group […]

February 25th, 2019|Featured, Gendered Peace|Comments Off on Integrating a gender perspective into commissions of inquiry|
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    Special Rapporteur on Trafficking urges human rights approach and integration with the WPS agenda

Special Rapporteur on Trafficking urges human rights approach and integration with the WPS agenda

Christine Chinkin and Gema Fernández Rodríguez de Liévana analyse the latest report from the UN trafficking expert, and find reason and opportunity for a more joined up approach to tackling trafficking of women and girls.

Last year the Centre for Women, Peace and Security published a Working Paper that reflected upon the interplay between the different international legal regimes that have […]

November 30th, 2018|Continuum of Violence, Featured, Gendered Peace, Legal analysis, WPS in policy|Comments Off on Special Rapporteur on Trafficking urges human rights approach and integration with the WPS agenda|