What are the preconditions for widespread and systematic sexual and gender based violence (SGBV) in a society? The Preventing Mass Sexual Violence in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings in Asia-Pacific (PSVAP) Project seeks to answer this question by identifying the factors associated with heightened risk of SGBV across countries, especially the relationship between endemic violence against women and extreme cases of SGBV in the Asia-Pacific Region.
Led by Prof. Jacqui True (Monash University) and Dr. Sara Davies (Queensland University of Technology), this ARC Discovery Project investigates the causes of mass sexual and gender-based violence in conflict and post-conflict countries of the Asia-Pacific Region.
- What Can New Zealand Do on the United Nations Security Council to Advance the Women, Peace and Security Agenda?This post first appeared on the Women, Peace and Security Academic Collective blog. The Women, Peace and Security Academic Collective and Women in International Security New Read more
- The 2014 Fay Gale Lecture, presented by the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia, in conjunction with Monash University, was delivered by Professor Jacqui True on Read more
- At the Global Summit to End Sexual Violence in Conflict in London this week a number of myths about sexual violence have been debated and dispelled. Read more
- School of Social Sciences Politics Seminars Thursday 22nd May, 2pm – 3pm N402, Menzies Building Abstract: Over the past decade there has been significant global attention to, and reporting Read more
- Professor Jacqui True recently presented the keynote address at the International Feminist Journal of Politics 3rd annual IFjP Conference at the University of Southern California. Read more