Gender, justice and social change in the global south
The department has a successful research environment covering gender and global power relations. Research projects conducted here pose questions about how people’s lives and everyday conditions are affected by experiences of factors such as colonialism and post-colonialism, war, peace processes and climate change. The environment is characterised by close international collaborations that generate fruitful results.
- Climate Disasters and Gendered Violence in Asia: A Study on the Vulnerability and (In)Security of Women and Girls in the Aftermath of Recent Catastrophes in Pakistan, the Philippines, and Vietnam - Helle Rydström
- Precariousness at Work: Women Employees in Nordic Companies Outsourced to China, India, and Vietnam - Helle Rydström
- Pufendorf Institute Advanced Study Group on Critical Explorations of CRISIS - Helle Rydström
- Gendered Punitive Regimes in the War on Drugs: The Brazilian Case - Amarantha Thompson, Doktorand