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Advancing models of parliamentary gender quotas in the Pacific

17 October 2016

Kerryn Baker, a Research Fellow at the Australian National University’s State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Programme, says while the Pacific has a long way to go, there are signs of...

Women and violent extremism

10 August 2016

Do women engage in terrorism for a cause or for the sake of violence? If recent reports are to be believed, Islamic State may be on the decline. After sowing chaos in the region with its deadly mix...

'60 Minutes' detention highlights women's rights issues in Lebanon

'60 Minutes' detention highlights women's rights issues in Lebanon

14 April 2016

On 7 April, the Lebanese internal security forces intercepted a kidnap attempt by British child recovery agents on a Beirut street. The agents were acting on behalf of an Australian woman, Sally...

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Do no harm Bougainville research

15 December 2015

Richard Eves’ recent fieldwork in Bougainville advances SSGM’s collaboration with the International Women’s Development Agency (IWDA) on women’s economic empowerment. SSGM’s Gender, Health, Social...

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Bougainville young women’s leadership research

11 December 2015

The Bougainville Young Women’s Leadership Research report, launched at the State of the Pacific conference in September, was the outcome of a research collaboration between Richard Eves, head of SSGM...

Do no harm research examines women’s economic empowerment among Coffee smallholders in the Eastern Highlands Province

Do no harm research examines women’s economic empowerment among Coffee smallholders in the Eastern Highlands Province

28 November 2015

Richard Eves and SSGM PhD student, Asha Titus, spent five weeks in July/August in the Eastern Highlands Province (PNG) where they collaborated with CARE International to research women’s economic...

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