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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.

This project seeks to generate evidence-based research, through a mixed-methods approach, on the relationship between land security and women’s empowerment with a view to influencing…
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…
This project will produce the field’s most comprehensive dataset of the funding of transitional justice (TJ), understood as the variety of measures that societies employ…
The project will increase awareness among both local and international stakeholders regarding the important role informal institutions play and their interactions with transitional justice policies.…
This project is driven by three observations: first, that the use of transitional justice (TJ) is increasing in conflict-affected societies, but evaluations of TJ produce…
This project addresses the integration of gender into transformative conflict resolution in complex conflicts, including terrorism and extremism settings. The research addresses the relationship between…
This project documents the barriers to, and enablers of, implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda in case study countries, with particular attention to…
Women, Peace and Security: Towards Full Participation
This project examines the extent and effect of feminist advocacy in transforming traditional security practices. Twenty years after the advent of the Women, Peace and…

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