By: Giulia Cacopardo When a successful mediation is compromised by the marginalization of women, it is essential to evoke the past for a fairer future. The story of Betty Bigombe will help us understand what that means. In 1917, Emile Durkheim stated that society is a system of interlinked components that, when in balance, operateContinue reading “Why Betty Bigombe Is Not an Exception: The Invaluable Role of Women in Conflict Mediation”
In an effort to bring together ongoing work on gender at Queen’s University Belfast, we launched a new website this year: Queen’s On Gender. Queen’s on Gender brings together leading academics from Queen’s University Belfast who can provide an authoritative voice on gender, the many policy areas affected by gender, and a look at theContinue reading “Introducing ‘Queen’s on Gender’ website”
October 2019 marked the decriminalisation of abortion in Northern Ireland through an act of the British Parliament during the prolonged suspension of the NI devolved government. The act was the culmination of concerted efforts by long-standing pro-choice activists in Northern Ireland, human rights organisations, healthcare professionals and MPs in Westminster, led by Stella Creasy who was able toContinue reading “The long road to reproductive rights in Northern Ireland: what next?”
We are excited to launch the blog of the Centre for Gender in Politics featuring interventions from the community of gender scholars, students and activists at Queen’s University Belfast, as well as our international colleagues and friends. This blog aims to create a virtual hub to showcase research, opinion pieces, teaching activities and students’ contributionsContinue reading “Welcome to the Centre for Gender in Politics blog!”
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