ERC: Gendered Peace
This project seeks to produce a multidisciplinary perspective on a ‘gendered peace’, one that takes into consideration a spectrum of violence in both conflict and peace time. It challenges the accepted orthodoxy of peacebuilding and suggests that taking gender seriously necessitates an alternative paradigm. The research is organised into the following streams:
– Women and Peace/Women and Security
– Gender and Peacebuilding
– Gender and Contemporary Forms of Violence
This project is currently not taking submissions.
This page is part of a project that has received funding from the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (Grant agreement No. 786494).
AHRC: A Feminist International Law of Peace
(This project has now ended and we are no longer taking submissions)
This project develops the theoretical foundations and normative content of an international law that can more effectively deliver on gender equality and sustainable peace. The research in this project addresses two of the most pressing problems that we have identified as limiting the potential of the WPS agenda:
– The conceptual ambiguities and normative indeterminacy that characterise the agenda.
– The failure to adopt gender sensitive analysis in respect to conflict prevention.
This page is partly supported by an Arts & Humanities Research Council grant.
Feminist International Law of Peace and Security
Germany’s strategy on security sector reform and gender: Ensuring value-based and interministerial implementation
Violencia reproductiva y reclutamiento forzoso: nueva jurisprudencia colombiana para excombatientes mujeres y niñas
The political economy of Women, Peace and Security funding in Canada
War, law and patriarchy
El impacto de la respuesta de Colombia al COVID-19 en la inclusión de los pueblos indígenas en los procesos de paz
Enter intersectionality: towards an inclusive survivor-centred approach in responding to conflict-related sexual violence