New on the blog: Doing Women, Peace and Security better: Opportunities for the next UK National Action Plan


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.
In this chapter, we draw on a growing body of literature and a set of empirical work carried out over a period of many years and through various projects including the Gender, Justice and Security Hub research to examine the characteristics of Kurdish refugee communities, concentrating on the triangular relationship between statelessness, displacement, and diaspora.
Colombia has faced an internal armed conflict for over five decades. While a peace agreement was signed in 2016 by the Colombian government and the…