Eleanor Gordon is a Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Monash University. Herresearch and practice focuses on inclusive approaches to building security and justice after conflict, having spent over a decade working in post-conflict environments with the UN among other international organisations.
Emergency aid amid Covid-19: Falling trust and rising obstacles
In the face of the pandemic, humanitarian operations are facing extreme challenges. The past holds a few lessons.
The danger of disease in the world’s largest refugee camp
Cox’s Bazar camps are in lockdown. No Covid-19 cases are yet reported, but infectious illness is already sadly common.
Coronavirus in conflict: The fight has hardly begun
Covid-19 has brought wealthy nations to their knees. What will happen when the virus breaks out in a war zone?
Marginalising female combatants after conflict
A truly gender-responsive peacebuilding program will not only help dispel myths about women but build sustainable peace.
A life in fear: violence against adolescent girls
The Lake Chad humanitarian crisis is severe – and peace will only be found by listening to those most vulnerable.