Security

Security in development and conflict contexts, including issues such as: local governance, education, religion, and gender.

Photo (cropped): A Somali man carries a fish on his head as he transports it to Mogadishu's fish market in the Xamar Weyne district of the Somali capital.
Photo credit: AU-UN ISt Photo/Stuart Price/AMISOM Public Information/Flickr under license CC0 1.0

Projects & Publications

Each project is summarised to describe the work of the research grant recipients and their intended impact and outputs. This view shows projects mapped to the locations where the research was carried out.

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Research for policy and practice

Women and conflict

Research evidence from the ESRC-DFID Strategic Partnership explores social norms, economic empowerment and women’s political participation in fragile and conflict-affected states including Jordan, Pakistan and Somaliland.
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Urbanisation in Somali Cities

How research has captured the experiences of displaced people in four Somali cities and provided spaces for them to raise their concerns with policymakers.
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Building peace in the new oil frontiers of Northern Kenya

Oil has brought foreign investment to Northern Kenya in an area inhabited by pastoralists. Researchers have enabled different parties to navigate a sensitive process for future oil development.
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Climate Change-Modern Slavery Nexus, Cambodia

Focuses on Cambodian brick kilns to examine how a high vulnerability to climate change can facilitate trafficking into new industries and greater susceptibility to modern slavery.
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