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The scourge of 'gender politics' in Australian leadership

Earlier this week, former foreign affairs minister, Julie Bishop, aired her frustrations over what

27 August, 2019
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Conference Call for Papers

Gendered Approaches to Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Building a Research Agenda

Monash University, Melbourne, 11 November 2019

4 July, 2019

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26 June - GPS Seminar by Dr Tarini Bedi

(Auto) Biography/(Auto)Mobility: Motoring, Embodied Labor, and the Making of Kin in Contemporary Mumbai.

26 June, 2019

Monash GPS PhD candidate, Elliot Dolan-Evans, wins Arts 3 minute thesis competition

Monash GPS would like to congratulate doctoral candidate, Elliot Dolan-Evans, on winning the Faculty of Arts Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition.

21 June, 2019

Book Launch: Conflict, Security & Justice

Please join Monash GPS for the launch of Dr Eleanor Gordon's new book, 'Conflict, Security and Justice: Practice and Challenges in Peacebuilding' (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019).

21 June, 2019

New Report Released on World Refugee Day

On 20 June, World Refugee Day, Monash GPS is pleased to announce the release of a research report, in partnership with Plan International, 'Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from Beirut'.

20 June, 2019

Jacqui True awarded the FTGS Eminent Scholar Award 2020

Monash GPS would like to congratulate Director, Professor Jacqui True, on being awarded the International Studies Association (ISA)'s 2020 Eminent Scholar Award in the International Relations sub-field of Feminist Theory and Gender Studies (FTGS).

13 June, 2019

Monash GPS attends third annual meeting of Gender/Women, Peace and Security Centres in Oslo

On 5 and 6 June, representatives from five Gender/Women, Peace and Security Centres and Institutes met at the Centre on Gender, Peace and Security at the Peace Research Institute Oslo (PRIO) for the third annual consortium meeting.

10 June, 2019

Pitfalls Policy and Promise of the UN’s approach to Conflict-Related Sexual Violence and the New Resolution 2467

Since 2012, April has been the traditional month of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) open debate to discuss the annual Secretary-General’s report on Conflict-Related Sexual Violence.

24 May, 2019