Fragments of Memory Exhibition

Fragments of Memory Exhibition Artistic Representations of Diaspora Lives Opening, October 8th (3:00pm – 5:00pm) York University Keele Campus 305 Founders College, Senior Common Room Fragments of Memory, an exciting and challenging new exhibit of storytelling and recovered memory of the African diasporas, will officially launch on Tuesday, Oct. 8 from 3 to 5 p.m. in 305 Founders College, … Read moreFragments of Memory Exhibition

Building Resilience and Resistance to Child, Early, and Forced Marriage through Acquiring Skills Findings from Implementation Research in Nigeria

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Author: Judith-Ann Walker Publications: Global Economy & Development Working Paper 129 Date: August, 2019 Building Resilience and Resistance to Child, Early, and Forced Marriage through Acquiring Skills Findings from Implementation Research in Nigeria (pdf)

Sexual slavery, forced marriage, conjugal slavery: problems around collecting the voices of the victims

Gaëlle Breton-Le Goff Courts distort the voices of victims in various ways, making it difficult to piece together the truth. It is disturbing to note that the perpetrators and victims who testified in the Charles Taylor trial before the Special Court for Sierra Leone all used the word “marriage” to describe what are really imposed sexual relations.1 It is therefore … Read moreSexual slavery, forced marriage, conjugal slavery: problems around collecting the voices of the victims

Research as more than extraction? Knowledge production and gender-based violence in African conflicts

By Annie Bunting and Joel Quirk Researching gender-based violence in African conflicts is ethically treacherous. A new series looks at how researchers can avoid the worst pitfalls while working in the field. Many different methods can be used to collect information. Most people start with the internet. Some even go to libraries. In most cases, … Read moreResearch as more than extraction? Knowledge production and gender-based violence in African conflicts

Landmark Resolution Still Being Held Back

By Heather Tasker The United Nations Security Council passed the 9thresolution on Women, Peace and Security (WPS), UNSCR 2467, on April 24th, 2019 after extended backroom debate. The draft resolution was put forward by Germany and supported by France. Over the last month, there has been significant engagement with both the resolution and how it … Read moreLandmark Resolution Still Being Held Back

Two York scholars to receive Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships

May 20, 2019 York University graduate students Melchisedek Chétima (history) and Sylvie Bodineau (anthropology) have been named among this year’s recipients of the prestigious Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship. Awarded by the Government of Canada, the Banting Fellowship provides $70,000 per year for two years to support research in three areas: health research, natural sciences and/or engineering, and … Read moreTwo York scholars to receive Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships

Julienne Lusenge, la militante congolaise qui veut arrêter les viols

Available in French only 27 février 2019 La présidente de l’Association Solidarités des femmes pour la paix et le développement intégral (SOFEPADI) et Directrice du Fonds pour les femmes congolaises (FFC) était à Genève ce lundi 25 février 2019, aux côtés du Secrétaire général de l’ONU, António Guterres, et de Peter Maurer, le Président du … Read moreJulienne Lusenge, la militante congolaise qui veut arrêter les viols