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PRIO GPS Researchers Present Findings on Gender, Diplomacy and Peace

PRIO GPS Researchers Present Findings on Gender, Diplomacy and Peace

Thursday, 07 Feb 2019

​Researchers at the PRIO Centre on Gender, Peace and Security, Torunn L. Tryggestad and Inger Skjelsbæk, presented their latest research findings on questions surrounding gender, diplomacy and peace.

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PRIO GPS Researchers Contribute to New Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security

PRIO GPS Researchers Contribute to New Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security

Thursday, 07 Feb 2019

​Inger Skjelsbæk, Torunn L. Tryggestad and Louise Olsson at the PRIO Centre on Gender, Peace and Security have contributed to the newly published Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security, edited by Sara E. Davies and PRIO Global Fellow Jacqui True. 

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New GPS Policy Brief on Women in the Myanmar Peace Process

New GPS Policy Brief on Women in the Myanmar Peace Process

Thursday, 07 Feb 2019

​This new GPS Policy Brief on women’s participation in the Myanmar peace process asks: 

  • How well are women represented in the Ethnic Armed Organizations (EAOs) involved in the peace process?
  • What kind of work do the women do? 
  • Do the women participate in decision-making as members of the EAOs’ central executive committees? 

Read the policy brief in full here. 

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Research Network on Gender, Peace and Security meeting

Research Network on Gender, Peace and Security meeting

Thursday, 07 Feb 2019

On 6 February, the PRIO GPS Centre hosted a meeting of the Research Network on Gender, Peace and Security. The network meets twice a year to discuss ongoing and new research projects and ideas, exchange information and accommodate research collaboration.

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New GPS Policy Brief on Children Born of War

New GPS Policy Brief on Children Born of War

Thursday, 17 Jan 2019

​"​Throughout history, Children Born of War (CBOW) have been born as a consequence of both sexual violence and of more or less consensual relationships in war and conflict. Nevertheless, little is known about this group of children," write Ingvill C. Mochmann and Inger Skjelsbæk in the latest of the PRIO GPS Policy Brief series. 

Read the policy brief in full here.

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