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Newsletter Issue 15, December 2019                                                          View this email in your browser
Welcome to the December issue of the GPS newsletter.

On 18 November in Tunis, the UN Women and Monash GPS report on Gender Equality and Violent Extremism: A Research Agenda for Libya was launched. The report is now available on our website here.

We're also pleased to announce the publication of new reports on Gender Responsive Alternatives to Climate Change in Cambodia, Kenya and Vanuatu in collaboration with ActionAid. You can read about the research on The Conversation and Monash Lens.

Make sure you like Monash GPS on Facebook and @GpsMonash on Twitter to date with all the latest news: https://arts.monash.edu/gender-peace-security

Best wishes for the new year from the team at Monash GPS!
New Publication

Gender Equality and Violent Extremism:
A Research Agenda for Libya


Published by Monash GPS and UN Women

New Research on Climate Change
by Monash GPS in partnership with ActionAid

Gender Responsive Alternatives to Climate Change: Global Report
Country reports:
Cambodia, KenyaVanuatu
Recent Publications

Blogs
Climate conferences - it’s time to bring in women by Maria Tanyag & Jacqui True

Unlocking the voices of women on the front line of climate change by Jacqui True

Book chapters
"The political economy of gender and peacebuilding" by Yasmin Chilmeran & Jacqui True. In Nicolas Lemay-Hébert (ed.) Handbook on Intervention and Statebuilding


Reports
Gender Equality and Violent Extremism: A Research Agenda for Libya by Melissa Johnston, Jacqui True & Zineb Benalla

Gender Responsive Alternatives to Climate Change: Global Report by Maria Tanyag & Jacqui True

Gender Responsive Alternatives to Climate Change: Cambodia by Maria Tanyag & Jacqui True

Gender Responsive Alternatives to Climate Change: Kenya by Maria Tanyag & Jacqui True

Gender Responsive Alternatives to Climate Change: Vanuatu by Maria Tanyag & Jacqui True


Presentations
Irine Gayatri, "Approaching the Issue of Violent Extremism in the Implementation of Women, Peace and Security Policy in Indonesia" 38th Indonesia Postgraduate Students Symposium, Sidney Myer Asia Centre, University of Melbourne, 30 November



Melissa Johnston, "Violent Extremism & Violence Against Women: North Africa in Global Perspective" Tunis, 18 November

Jenna Sapiano, "Gender Perspectives and Confidence Building for Inclusive Peace" UN Women Global Convening, Tunis, 11-12 November

Jenna Sapiano, "The Youth, Peace and Security Agenda as a Framework for Inclusive Post-Conflict Constitution Making" Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA) Workshop  on Youth & Peace in the Indo-Pacific: Policy, Practice, Action, Brisbane, 27 November


Conference | Gendered Approaches to Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Building a Research Agenda, Melbourne, 11 November:
- Melissa Johnston, "The Political Economy of Misogyny and Violent Extremism" (co-authored with Jacqui True)
- Alexandra Pehlan, "Insurgent Gender Policies as Legitimation Strategy: Understanding FARC's 'Insurgent Feminism'"
- Helen Stenger, 
"Imploding the home front/war front: How war and terrorism disrupt gender boundaries" (co-authored with Jacqui True)

Short Course | Disengagement and Rehabilitation of Violent Extremists:
- Irine Gayatri, "Women, Peace and Security" 2 December
- Eleanor Gordon, "Gender-sensitive policies & programmes: Disengagement, Reintegration and Rehabilitation," 2 December
- Melissa Johnston
"Gender and Youth socialisation in radicalisation and disengagement,"
 29 November
- Helen Stenger, "Gender Identities and Belonging in Violent Extremism," 29 November
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