Tag Archive: sexual violence

PSRP Researcher: Aisling Swaine launches her new book at LSE

  Hosted by the Centre for Women, Peace and Security at LSE, PSRP Researcher, Aisling Swaine, will introduce her new book, Conflict Related Violence Against Women: Transforming Transition, alongside PSRP Director, Christine Bell. This event is free to attend and open to all, no registration necessary. Click here for full details, including directions, on the LSE website.

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PSRP Researchers Presenting: New Tasks for Militaries: Rethinking new, evolving and old norms

Fionnuala Ni Aolain and Megan Bastick will present their research at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Top 10 Gender and Security Developments of 2016

 This post by Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, PSRP researcher from the Transitional Justice Institute (TJI) University of Ulster, was first published by Just Security on 6 January 2017. It addresses key developments in relation to gender and security that took place over 2016.  These developments and issues are not in any hierarchical order. They represent a broad […]

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Forced Nudity: What International Law and Practice Tell Us

This post by PSRP Researcher, Fionnuala Ní Aoláin, was first published by Just Security on 1 June 2016. Click here to view the original blog on the Just Security website. A number of weeks ago it was revealed that CIA operatives systematically photographed detainees who were being held as part of the “war on terror” while […]

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Consortium Event: Hierarchies of Wartime Sexual Violence

Dr Olivera Simić will speak at Transitional Justice Institute about her work on the excluded or silenced narratives of wartime sexual violence among women belonging to so-called ‘perpetrator’ war-torn nations.

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Women and Foreign Policy: Is Everything We Know About Wartime Rape Wrong?

Professor Fionnuala Ní Aoláin is speaking about sexual violent in conflict at a U.S. Department of State event, as part of the ‘Women and Foreign Policy’ series.

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