Katrina Lee-Koo

Katrina Lee-Koo
Biography
Publications

Associate Professor Katrina Lee-Koo is a Reader in international relations at Monash University and Deputy Director of Monash University’s Gender, Peace and Security Research Centre.  She is recently the co-author of Ethics and Global Security (Routledge, 2014 with Anthony Burke and Matt McDonald) and Children and Global Conflict (Cambridge UP, 2015 with Bina D’Costa and Kim Huynh).

The danger of disease in the world’s largest refugee camp​​​​​​​
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.
Towards equal peace: Australian regional investment in gender equality
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
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…
Human rights: The voice of youth
Human rights: The voice of youth
According to UN statistics, the rights of youths are uniquely under threat.
Women, peace and security in Syria
Women, peace and security in Syria
We need to think about Syrian women not only as victims of violence but also as as significant partners in the quest to bring about a resolution to conflict.
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