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University of Arkansas

The University of Arkansas is a partner on the Law and Policy Frameworks research theme. The projects under the Law and Policy Frameworks research theme address development challenges in gender, justice and security by: gathering quantitative and qualitative data on the gendered impacts of donor policies, institutional structures and funding patterns on transitional justice and Women, Peace and Security; examining the ways in which women’s and civil society groups’ experiences of transitional justice interventions by international agencies and NGOs are affected by differential power relations and limited transparency; improving current understandings of the extent and effect of feminist transformations of international security practices; and generating unique policy and scholarly perspectives on the relationships between complex conflict settings, terrorism, counter-terrorism and fragile state.

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Hub project(s):
Funding Transitional Justice

Hub member(s):
Eric Wiebelhaus-Brahm, Co-Investigator, Law and Policy Frameworks