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Women in National Security Conference 2018

The Women in National Security Conference is an exceptional forum on the future of national and international security. It combines a platform for ideas and a place to develop new leadership networks. Last year our inaugural conference focused on the participation of women in national security policy and practice. This year’s forum takes the conversation further, with leading policy practitioners and academics exploring a spectrum of contemporary security issues defined by power and change.

A spotlight on women’s security

Why security can’t neglect gender.

Media challenges in PNG

Gendered and sorcery-related violence test the limits of media.

Trump funding cut a dangerous decision

'A disturbing disregard for the health and human rights of women.'

Women and security

Putting gender front and centre of security, defence and foreign policy.

Improving women’s participation in PNG politics

Why is supporting women’s attempts to get into formal politics in PNG so important, write ANTHONY SWAN and GRANT WALTON of the Development Policy Centre.

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