Gender, Peace & Security with Professor Jacqui True & Assoc. Professor Katrina Lee-Koo

Episode 1 May 12, 2019 00:40:48
Gender, Peace & Security with Professor Jacqui True & Assoc. Professor Katrina Lee-Koo
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Gender, Peace & Security with Professor Jacqui True & Assoc. Professor Katrina Lee-Koo
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Show Notes

We speak with Professor Jacqui True and Assoc. Professor Katrina Lee-Koo, Director and Associate Director of The Monash Centre for Gender Peace and Security, to shed some light on what gender, peace and security studies entail, what happens when women are given full agency and meaningful participation in the peace process and why we need to continue standing up for under-represented groups impacted by violence.

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