Gender Norms, Conflict, and Aid – briefing note

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This briefing note explores the interaction between gender norms of masculinities and femininities, and capacities for peace and conflict in areas that are receiving assistance. The aim of the research on which this publication is based on is to better understand how gender norms, including violent notions of masculinity and gender inequality in Greater Lakes State and Western Equatoria State may be affecting: the scale and the nature of conflict and violence; the roles played by men, women, boys and girls in fuelling violence or promoting peace; and better understand the impact of external assistance on these dynamics.

Kuyang Logo Mulukwat

Kunyang Logo is a Member of the Faculty of Law of the University of Juba in South Sudan

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