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

Gender and Forced Displacement

The research explores comparatively the nature of gendered migration and displacement (internal and international) for adults, adolescents and children. The project seeks to understand and measure how gender inequalities are affected by forced displacement in Afghanistan, Iraq(Kurdistan),Lebanon, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Turkey, and to examine how these inequalities might be addressed in policies of international protection and assistance in settlement in Sri Lanka so as to facilitate the empowerment and acquisition of skills of displaced girls and women. Based on field research, the project will produce academic publications and a training manual for researchers identifying relevant resources.

Hub member(s):
Tahir Abbas, Laajverd
Jamal Abdul Nasir, Women for Peace and Participation
Dr Necla Acik, Middlesex University
Dr Jiyar Aghapouri, Middlesex University
Haroon Ahmadzai, Women for Peace and Participation
Sabeen Almas, SPARC
Maria Ameer, Laajverd
Madeeha Ansari, Middlesex University
Professor Kopalapillai Amirthalingam, University of Colombo
Professor Brad Blitz, University College London
Anoji Ekanayake, International Centre for Ethnic Studies
Rondik Faris Abdullah, Barzani Charity Foundation
Zeeshan Ghani, Laajverd
Sidar Guney, Legal Aid for Victims of Rape and Sexual Harassment in Custody
Sadia Hussain, SPARC
Amna Javed, Laajverd
Abida Kakar, Women for Peace and Participation
Quhramaana Kakar, Women for Peace and Participation
Eren Keskin, Legal Aid for Victims of Rape and Sexual Harassment in Custody
Manizha Khan, Women for Peace and Participation
Minal Kiani, SPARC
Dr Rajith Lakshman, The Institute of Development Studies
Maria Malik, Laajverd
Dr Charbel Maydaa, MOSAIC
Shafqat Mehmood, Paiman Trust
Lema Omari, Women for Peace and Participation
Mossarat Qadeem, Paiman Trust
Kiran Rahim, Laajverd
Aneela Shamshad, Paiman Trust
Zulekha Zulekha, Laajverd

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