Turkey withdraws from the Istanbul Convention: An interview with Eren Keskin.

Culture and Conflict

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 hub. It will use a cultural mapping methodology to explore how communities of women, across different conflict contexts, rely on coded and tacit knowledge to rebuild their lives. Drawing on cultural mapping and fieldwork interviews, the project will produce academic publications, a catalogue of women’s craft practices across South Asia in English and regional languages, a travelling exhibition in Pakistan and Afghanistan, and a collection of essays.

Image credit: Neelam Raina

Hub member(s):
Tahir Abbas, Laajverd
Yasmeen Alatoom, Hayat-Rased Center
Sabeen Almas, SPARC
Visaka Dharmadasa, Association of War-Affected Women
Garima Dutt, Yakjah Reconciliation and Development Network
Zeeshan Ghani, Laajverd
Nitin Goyal
Fatima Hussain, Laajverd
Sadia Hussain, SPARC
Dr Zahra Hussain, Middlesex University
Amna Javed, Laajverd
Abida Kakar, Women for Peace and Participation
Quhramaana Kakar, Women for Peace and Participation
Ashima Kaul, Yakjah Reconciliation and Development Network
Minal Kiani, SPARC
Naveed Para, Yakjah Reconciliation and Development Network
Mossarat Qadeem, PAIMAN Alumni Trust
Dr Neelam Raina, Middlesex University
Thamali Wijekoon, Association of War-Affected Women
Zulekha Zulekha, Laajverd

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