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Salle B-4275
3200, rue Jean-Brillant
Montréal (QC) Canada  H3T 1N8

Conférence donnée dans le cadre du cycle Pleins feux sur l'Asie du Sud-Est

Titre complet:
Gender, Peace and Security in Southeast Asia: Rethinking from the Margins of a Crisis-prone region

Résumé:
This presentation examines the gendered implications to Southeast Asia being one of the most 'crisis-prone' region in the world. Building on feminist perspectives, it will identify three main themes for rethinking peace and security from the experiences of women 'in the margins'. The presentation makes a strong case for how and why the study of gender, peace and security in Southeast Asia can actually offer new and potential pathways for understanding and transforming global politics.

Conférencière:
Dre Maria Tanyag is a research fellow at the Monash University Centre for Gender, Peace and Security in Australia. Her research is motivated by a need to understand how and why global political economy and security is built on women's experiences of violence and exclusions. She has found answers in a range of issues from the global politics of sexual and reproductive health, hypermasculine leadership and crisis, and gender and climate change. In May 2019, she will take on a new role as lecturer in international relations at the ANU Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs.

Gender, Peace and Security in Southeast Asia