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

Sexuality, Work and Gender Relations in Peacekeeping Missions: New Approaches to Tackling Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

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 international local ‘sexual’ practices, ideas and myths within peacekeeping missions. Based on fieldwork in Bosnia, DR Congo, Sierra Leone and South Sudan, the project will include consultations with UK and other governments to influence Women, Peace and Security actions, particularly relating to sexual exploitation and abuse. Project outputs include academic publications, proposals for practical reform of humanitarian practices and safeguarding guidelines to prevent sexual exploitation and abuse in humanitarian settings.

Hub member(s):
Dr Marsha Henry, London School of Economics and Political Science

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