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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.

The Women's Rights After War (WRAW) project aims to understand which women benefit from women’s empowerment reforms in the aftermath of armed conflict.
Together with project researchers who are themselves former combatants, we analysed the various challenges and opportunities faced specifically by female members of non-state armed group.
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 research examines the characteristics and implications of backlash to transitional and gender justice, particularly as expressed on social media, among academic and activist circles…
The project examines the relationship between war and displacement and sexualities and intimate gender relationships. It will improve knowledge and increase public debate about sexualities…
The project examines how gendered transitional justice affects returnees and communities emerging from war violence. Typically resettlement packages, vocational skills and the option of re-absorption…
This project will improve the understanding of the gender realities of post-war conflicts associated with land acquisition in northern Uganda. With an increased awareness on…

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