Monash Gender, Peace and Security

Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre

Our vision is to provide research evidence to support the integration of gender perspectives in peace and security policies in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and globally.

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Coronavirus in conflict: The fight has hardly begun

Covid-19 has brought wealthy nations to their knees. What will happen when the virus breaks out in a war zone?

9 April 2020

Gendered (In) Security – A Pacific Reality

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Pacific populations have been at the forefront of natural disasters and the climate crisis for a long time. Crises are particularly detrimental to women and those of gender diversities.

8 April 2020

Open Access Articles: Post-conflict Care Economies

The special section on post-conflict care economies, in Volume 26 Issue 4 of Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State and Society are currently open access.

23 March 2020

Why gender matters in the impact and recovery from Covid-19

Two-thirds of the global health workforce is female. Start there, then think through rest of the consequence for women.

20 March 2020
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Gender equality: Working to advance the rights of women around the world

In 2016, Sharman Stone decided not to recontest her seat in the federal parliament, preferring instead to work in new ways to advance the rights of women, including as Australian Global Ambassador for Women and Girls, and most recently as Professor of Practice in the Gender, Peace and Security Centre at Monash University.

19 March 2020
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