Members of the Centre for Gender in Politics are involved with an ever-growing number of projects. Find details about some of our past and present projects here, and follow us on Twitter to ensure that you get the up-to-date news about what we're involved with.Twitter
- Nevertheless, they persisted. feminist activism and the politics of crisis in Northern Ireland. Authored by Maria-Adriana Deiana, Jamie J Hagen & Danielle Roberts (February 2022)
Revisiting gender-neutral policy from a trans perspective: a look at Northern Ireland. Authored by Jamie J Hagen, Maria-Adriana Deiana & Danielle Roberts (February 2022) Additionally linked on PURE.
- Gender and Feminism within Queen's University Belfast. A project report prepared by Mohaddeseh Ziyachi; Project leads: Dr Jamie Hagen and Dr Maria-Adriana Deiana (September 2021)
Our Research at the Centre focuses on four main themes, Feminist Dialogues on the Politics of Borders, Feminist Peace and Security and Feminism(s) and the Politics of Crisis, and Queering Women, Peace and Security. We also facilitate the Queen's on Gender initiative. If you are working on a related project and would like to work with the Centre to develop your project, please be in touch with us.
Queen's On Gender
Queen's on Gender brings together leading academics from Queen’s University who can provide an authoritative voice on gender, the many policy areas affected by gender, and a look at the ongoing work by civil society related to gender.
- Feminist Peace and Security
Feminist Peace and Security
- Is Women, Peace and Security feminist?
- What does it mean to promote a feminist foreign policy?
- Feminist activism in sites of conflict
We have taken up our Feminist Peace and Security theme with a seminiar series for 2019/2020. Please see events to learn more about our invited speakers and upcoming events.
- Feminism(s) and the Politics of Crisis
Feminism(s) and the Politics of Crisis
- Anti-gender politics and populism
- Responding to Climate Change
- Feminist Economics
Read our blog about our latest project about 'Feminist Activism and the politics of Crisis in Northern Ireland' here. You can also access our policy brief about the project here.
- Feminist Dialogues on the Politics of Borders
Feminist Dialogues on the Politics of Borders
- Borders politics in the everyday: race, gender, sexuality
- How can feminist and queer theory resist and move beyond borders of the nation-state?
- What work are activists doing to confront the violence of the UK border regime, the hostile environment, to protect migrants?
We have taken up Feminist Dialogues on the Politics of Borders as the theme with a seminar series for 2020/2021. Please see events to learn more about our invited speakers and upcoming events.
- Queering Women, Peace and Security
This research project considers how the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda can better include LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) voices in gender, peace and security initiatives. This work bridges academic, activist and policy approaches to include a gender perspective in peace and security responses in conflict-related environments.
Read our blog and policy brief 'Minimizing Protection Gaps for LGBTQ People Living in Conflict' related to the project.