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Publications

This article examines ‘parental harm’ – a harm that occurs when a parent loses or faces the threat of losing a child. We contend that the manipulation and severing of relationships between parents and children has played a central role in war and oppression across historical contexts.
The policy brief provides an overview of Colombia's multifaceted response to Covid-19 and implications for rights, while previewing future challenges.
This publication is a book review of the volume Knowledge for Peace: Transitional Justice and the Politics of Knowledge in Theory and Practice, edited by Briony Jones and Ulrike Luhe, and published by Edward Elgar in 2022.
Tow open hands painted on a wall with green shoots coming up out of them.
This chapter takes data from a remote border village in the north central province of Sri Lanka to analyse how and why Sri Lanka’s formal justice system fails women - particularly women in rural areas.
This brief report examines the changes in the Hub and its projects’ methods and methodologies over time, as well as the role that the Hub has come to play in shifting members’ thinking on methods and methodologies.
In this episode, hosted by Kirsten Ainley, Hubcast guests – Marsha Henry, Choman Hardi, and Keshab Giri – dive into the messiness of fieldwork in feminist approaches to international studies.
This article examines the social dynamics among survivors and amnestied Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) ex-combatants living together in Acholiland, asking how and if Acholi survivors have forgiven Acholi LRA returnees, forgotten past violence and moved on.
This article explores how European refugee policy shifted from one of reception to interception and ultimately abandonment.