This week we talk to Stacy Banwell, from the University of Greenwich, about her open access book ‘Gender and the violence(s) of war and armed conflict: more dangerous to be a woman?’ We discuss how gendered assumptions of who ‘is dangerous’ and who is “in danger” during war and conflict obscure the realities of gender-based violence perpetrated and experienced by both sexes within and beyond the conflict zone, and how rethinking gender is key to understanding the complex dynamics of conflict and creating effective humanitarian policy.
Stacy’s book is open access, thanks to funding from Knowledge Unlatched, and freely available to read here:
Please note that this episode contains discussions of violence, including sexual violence and descriptions of war and armed conflict that some people may find disturbing.
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