Projects

The Hub’s research comprises 32 projects under six research themes across 24 countries. Our projects bring academics, practitioners and activists together in equitable partnerships. We give equal weight to the value of different areas of expertise, and champion the work, knowledge and commitment of all in working towards gender justice and inclusive security.

Research in this project will address such questions as: (1) When deciding to deal with ‘the past’, how far back should policy makers and legislators look? (2) How does the colonial past shape conditions conducive to contemporary conflict (3) How should engaging this past shape contemporary conflict-ending solutions?
This project will create a deeper understanding of how governance reforms in conflict-affected societies affect women’s participation and rights in Jordan, The Philippines and Sri…
This study engages with the politics and potentialities of transformative justice in this highly dynamic and evolving socio-political environment. Towards this it takes three sites…
This research considers the visual and material cultures of regions to understand the shifts caused therein by the conflicts in the regions of study for…
This project is a comparative, context-specific examination of the harm suffered by parents in the aftermath of their children’s disappearances. Based on field research in…
Understanding the form and substance of socio-economic rights protection in conflict transitions enables better policy and transformative conflict engagement. To this end, this project will…
The project seeks to understand what reconciliation means in different cultural and war contexts and to examine how socioeconomic conditions and gender realities shape people’s…
The project will produce quantitative data on the relationship between women’s economic and political empowerment in post-conflict Colombia. It will enable researchers and policy makers…

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