Women Police Officers in Liberia

Mainstreaming Gender Sensitive Police Reform By: Ciara McHugh | Gender | Dec 5, 2016

This article delves into the ever-evolving field of gender security sector reform (GSSR), in order to uncover its shortcomings and subsequently provide novel to the discipline. It argues that practices within the subfield of gender sensitive police reform (GSPR) display radical alternatives to overcome SSR’s issues, specifically through its focus on ‘gender-mainstreaming’ as a transformative approach to reform. Read more


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