Who pays the price and who benefits from the ways that religion is used to frame global understandings of Violence Against Women and gender violence? This project aims to reframe the conversation.
This project studies migrant populations of women, youth and men in Ghana and in Kenya by combining oral histories with statistical analysis.
How are gender relations impacted by material impoverishment and social segregation? This project looks at the social hazards of urban informality and its disproportionate effects on women.
Reframing Gendered Violence aims to open up a critical global dialogue among scholars and practitioners that recasts and broadens our understanding of what constitutes violence against women.
Applying lenses of race, class, gender, sexuality, and inequality to the current analyses of climate change in the Pacific Region, this project seeks to reframe the conversation about climate change and Pacific Islanders.