Interviews and podcasts
Peace and Gender is a podcast about the people behind research and action on gender, peace and security.
It is produced and presented by Monash journalism student Andrea Thiis-Evenson, and is a collaboration between Mojo News (School of Media Film and Journalism) and Monash Gender, Peace and Security (GPS) a group of policy and community engaged scholars whose research is focused in this area. The podcast is recorded and produced in the Monash Media Lab.
Listen to the latest episodes here.
Yolanda Riveros Morales speaks to Natalia Bonilla about the project, Towards Inclusive Peace.
What could happen if COVID-19 hits the world’s largest refugee camp?
Dr Eleanor Gordon speaks to Lance Alexander and Melanie Oliveiro on Singapore Today
What will happen when coronavirus gets to the conflict zones?
Dr Eleanor Gordon speaks to Andrew West on The Religion and Ethics Report
Interview with Professor Jacqui True, ABC The World, 7/3/20
Feminist Approaches to International Relations
Flavia Bellieni Zimmerman, AIIA for WA
UK Launch of the Oxford Handbook on Women, Peace and Security
LSE Centre for WPS
මොනෑෂ් විශ්ව විද්යාලයත් Oxfam Australia ත් එක්ව ශ්රී ලංකාවේ ග්රාමීය කාන්තාවන් ගේ සමාජ දායකත්වය පිලිබඳ නවතම වාර්තාවක් එලි දක්වයි
Monash University and Oxfam Australia unveil a new report on the contribution of rural women in Sri Lanka
Women's voices on climate change
Dr Maria Tanyag from Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre talking about her new project, gender responsive alternatives on climate change on 3CR (starts at 51:00, ends at 1:00:00).
16 days of activism against gender based violence
Maria tells 3CR about her PhD field work with women in the Philippines. She talks about how rigorous research is essential to inform and change global and national policies around women's reproductive rights (starts at 1:09:00, finishes at 1:21:30).
Making Music in Divided Cities, Part 2
In the second of 3CR's special series on making music in divided cities, they travel with Lesley Pruitt from the Gender, Peace and Security Centre at Monash University, first to Belfast in Northern Ireland, and then back to Brisbane. Lesley talks about her investigations into the way music can, to use her words, create 'dialogue across difference', and enhance young people's participation in collaboration, conflict resolution and advancing gender equity.