In this interview, we speak with Reena who tells us exactly why female researchers from the South need to be made more prominent across academia.
By Yasmine Finbow
The Corona virus is not only a health crisis but also a social crisis. Stay-at-home orders in the US have meant many victims and survivors of domestic violence are now forced to remain isolated with their abusers.
By Stefano Cisternino
In Colombia, sports programmes for peace and development are doing a lot of social good, but Oxford warns they may also uphold female exclusions.
By Stefano Cisternino
This research analyses the impact of the incomplete legal recognition of Hijra in Dhaka, Bangladesh, which leads to social exclusion and problems of access. Hijra is used in South Asia to refer to transgender individuals.
By Stefano Cisternino
Racism directed towards the Indigenous community is widespread across Australia, but online racism can also lead to offline violence.
By Stefano Cisternino
Queer migrants have advanced transnational LGBTQ+ activist agendas over the past two decades as they link together international activists.
By Stefano Cisternino
We explore Catherine Turner’s ideas about why there is a perceived lack of women in conflict mediation. Its not that they have no role, its that they are not perceived to.
By Stefano Cisternino
The year 2020 will forever be remembered as the year of the COVID-19 pandemic. But it should also be remembered as the year hit by an ‘epidemic of violence’ as well.
By Stefano Cisternino
Meet Fatemah Albader, the Kuwati academic smashing the patriarchy one article at a time. Fatemah’s research highlights why civil society organisations need to use the law in advocacy.
By Phaedra Haringsma
Our first blog post outlining what we are doing, our purpose and our mission. We have big goals to change how academic research is accessed and used across the international affairs and development sector!
By Yasmine Finbow