Sara E Davies
Sara E Davies is a Professor of International Relations at the School of Government and International Relations, Griffith University and an adjunct research fellow at the Gender Peace and Security Centre, Monash University.
Supporting the victims of sexual violence in Myanmar
With the military often complicit in crimes, access to civil society organisations is increasingly difficult.
Can Covid-19 advance gender equality in China’s health policies?
The coronavirus pandemic revealed the disconnect between wishful official edicts and rigid social conventions.
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.
Governments, not pandemics, stop access to reproductive health
A winding back of hard-won women’s rights in Europe has implications for us all.
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.