The Peace and Gender Podcast
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.
Peace and Gender is a new podcast about the people behind the research on gender, peace, and security. In this episode, AndreaThiis-Evensen meets up with Professor Karin Aggestam, a Swedish researcher who specialises in the underrepresentation of women and LGBTQI people in diplomacy.
Andrea Thiis-Evensen meets April Robinson and Tatjana Bosevska, who talk about their research project looking at prejudice-motivated crimes towards Muslim women in Australia today.
Andrea Thiis-Evensen meets Dr Claire Duncanson, a senior lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, who talks about her studies of military masculinities, and the importance of looking at the political economy of building peace
Andrea Thiis-Evensen meets up with Dr Lesley Pruitt and Dr Helen Berents to discuss why it is important to look at youth when talking about conflict, and how important it is to see past young people's gender when discussing migrants.
Andrea Thiis-Evensen meets Dr Maria Tanyag, who specialises in the neglect of women’s sexual health in crisis areas, and examines the major consequences this neglect can have on society.
Andrea Thiis-Evensen talks to Dr Eleanor Gordon, who has worked with peace and security for 10 years, making a huge difference to the lives of hundreds of women.Her work has included building state security and justice institutions, working with demobilised guerrilla groups, addressing war crimes and human rights violations, promoting gender equality and inclusive approaches to peacebuilding, and addressing issues related to organised crime and terrorism.
Andrea Thiis-Evensen talks with Betty Barkha, a Monash PhD student who grew up in Fiji, with cyclones raging outside her window, watching whole villages disappear under the water. Betty has now worked with development for eight years, focusing on the effect climate change has on women.
Andrea Thiis-Evensen meets up with Monash PhD student Sarah Hewitt, who is working on a project looking at what actually happens to women after peace provisions are put in place, in post-conflict areas. How do women experience the gender provisions, and do they actually work?
The Peace and Gender podcast is back, kicking off the new season with Miki Jacevic. Miki is a veteran peacebuilder and activist for women's inclusion in peace and security, who has worked with governments all around the world.
The podcast Peace and Gender is back for another semester. In this week's episode we are joined by Historian of gender, sexuality and empire, Jessica Hinchy, who will be talking about her book Governing Gender and Sexuality in Colonial India: The Hijra, C. 1850-1900.
Peace and Gender is a podcast where we meet the people who dedicate their lives to help others, through action and research, in the field of gender, peace and security. Dr Sara Niner is an expert in the field of gender and development and has spent her life working on issues in the post-conflict environment of Timor-Leste, and has provided specialist in-country advice on gender issues, for international agencies.
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