Jacqui True is Professor of International Relations at Monash University and Director, Centre of Excellence for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
Don’t reward the Taliban’s gender apartheid with recognition
Returning diplomats to Afghanistan would send a terrible message to women and girls that the world has given up on them.
Standing with Afghanistan: Inclusion and women’s rights in peace talks
Australia, and the world, must insist that negotiations safeguard women’s rights, else talk of peace will be empty.
A backlash against the Women, Peace and Security agenda?
Power politics overshadow progress at the UN Security Council as Resolution 1325 celebrates its 20th anniversary.
Indonesia’s UN Security Council drive for inclusive peace and security
Jakarta is seeking to boost its regional leadership taking up the issue of women’s roles in peacebuilding.
Mapping the cost of the pandemic to women in the Indo-Pacific
A new survey is a wake-up call for governments and organisations to direct urgent funding to women’s peace and security.
Why gender matters in the impact and recovery from Covid-19
Two-thirds of the global health workforce is female. Start there, then think through rest of the consequences for women.
Towards equal peace: Australian regional investment in gender equality
Women’s participation in peace processes and inclusion of gender-equality provisions is key to their long-term success.
Recognising women’s roles in countering violent extremism
Australia should develop a more robust and distinct preventing violent extremism (PVE) program that aims to support the existing capacities of - or mobilises - communities and…