Nivi Manchanda and Sharri Plonski’s conversation on borders and corridors is published in The Antipode.
Sophie Harman and her co-author have published a new article in the International Studies Quarterly about how global reproductive health is necessary for peace and security.
Sophie Harman and her co-authors have published a new article in the journal Nature in which they draw on past experience of pandemics to understand the effects of COVID-19 on women.
Sophie Harman and her co-authors write a report on whether the pandemic will derail hard-won progress on gender equality. The report has been published by UNWomen.
Jewish nationalists defending ‘Christian Europe’ and attacking ‘evil globalism’? For Benjamin Netanyahu and conspiratorial son Yair, the illiberal Islamophobic ethno-nationalism of Europe’s radical right is just too enticing.
Andreas Papamichail speaks with several academics bout the COVID pandemic in Syria, Palestine and Lebanon.
NEXTEUK is joined by Natascha and Eleanora from Switzerland and Italy respectively to discuss the policies in place in their countries as well as looking at which countries have put in place the most effective quarantine and lockdown procedures.
As part of the Red May festival in Seattle, Laleh Khalili was interviewed by Philip Wohlstetter on her newest book (and other works as well).
Sophie Harman and Annie Wilkinson consider how simple COVID-19 prevention methods in slums and informal settlements are often difficult or impossible to administer.
Conflicts exacerbate inequalities that have already been brought to light by COVID-19. In this video, Dr Andreas Papamichail (Queen Mary University of London) discusses how weakened health systems will hinder the response to the virus, the increased risks faced by vulnerable populations, and how the dynamics of conflict can become wrapped up in responses to the pandemic.