Jana Krause, PhD

Monthly Archives: January 2014

One day before the Geneva II Conference on Syria was to start in Montreux/Geneva, the Programme on Gender and Global Change at the Graduate Institute hosted a public roundtable with Nobel Peace Prize Winners Shirin Ebadi and Mairead Maguire as well as Cynthia Enloe and women peace activists from Bosnia, Guatemala, Northern Ireland, Western Sahara and Sri Lanka, in solidarity with Syrian women peace activists. Women civil society representatives from Bosnia, Guatemala, Northern Ireland, Western Sahara, and Sri Lanka shared their experiences on peace activism and… Read More

The podcast ‘Dealing with the Past in Indonesia’ is a recording of a public talk I chaired at King’s College London in December 2013. Prof. John Sidel (LSE) and Mr Paul Barber (TAPOL) provided extensive analysis and commentary on the event that the movie deals with: the 1965/66 mass killings of at least 500,000 alleged ‘communists’ in Indonesia. One of the most powerful and provocative documentaries, the film shows local gangsters in Medan, Sumatra re-enacting in vivid and sometimes… Read More

A brief interview on my new research project. What is the overarching goal of this project? We aim to understand how gender relations and armed violence relate to each other in various social conflicts, such as vigilante, communal or insurgent violence, in order to propose policy recommendations on gender-sensitive peacebuilding efforts. … http://graduateinstitute.ch/home/relations-publiques/news-at-the-institute/news-archives.html/_/news/corporate/2013/men-make-war-women-make-peace