Too often we are blind to the gendered roots of violence and conflict in Myanmar. … Continue reading Gender and Myanmar’s Kachin conflict
The June 2014 issue of the Asia-Pacific Centre for Responsibility to Protect’s Spotlight on R2P … Continue reading Dispelling 5 Myths About Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict: How Can We Do Better with Data on Asia-Pacific?
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In 2012, a colleague and I wrote an article titled ‘Engendering the Responsibility to Protect’. … Continue reading R2P and Gender: the Marginalization of Responsibilities
For some children in Asia-Pacific, particularly girls, the mere walk to school is menacing and … Continue reading Report Detailing Troubling Toll of Gender-Based Violence in Asia-Pacific Schools
As we celebrate the 104th International Women’s Day there is a vicious power struggle over … Continue reading Will Australia Stand up for the Rights of Women and Girls in Afghanistan in 2014?
Amongst the member states of the Association for South East Asian Nations (ASEAN), civil unrest, … Continue reading 2014 – The Year of Women, Peace and Security for ASEAN
International Women’s Day is celebrated across the world every year on 8 March. Each year, to … Continue reading WPSAC 8 Days of Activism on Women, Peace and Security