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

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.

This research project explores and analyses the gender experiences of returnees (forced and voluntary) and changes in families and communities in conflicted and/or post-conflict societies…
The research seeks to contribute to a gender-sensitive understanding of the interaction between economic and socio-cultural drivers of labour migrations in different cities in Kurdistan,…
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…
The project uses applied theatre as a way of enabling participants, through storytelling and performance, to bring their individual and collective experiences as well as…
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…
This research will innovate how we conceptualise and measure health and inequality and its contributions to peace and security. Current global indices and monitoring and…
This research explores the understanding and utility of innovative methodologies among researchers and research communities with a particular focus on research generated within the Hub.…
The project examines the role of men and masculinity in shaping the knowledge on sexual exploitation and abuse in current or former peacekeeping missions, assessing…

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