Transforming State Responses to Feminicide

1 okt 2021 11:30 12:30 ENG

Fiona Macaulay, Senior Lecturer in Peace Studies at the University of Bradford.

Fiona Macaulay will talk about her new book Transforming State Responses to Feminicide Women’s Movements, Law and Criminal Justice Institutions in Brazil.

Fiona Macaulay is a Senior Lecturer in Peace Studies at the University of Bradford. A Latin Americanist with a particular focus on Brazil, she has worked on how instiutional and political processes drive or impede reform in the security sector and women’s representation, as well as how Brazilian society and criminal justice agencies have been developing effective policies and practices to tackle the problem of feminicide.

Please register for lunch within Wednesday 29 September

The talk will be chaired by Torunn Wimpelmann, Research Director for the Rights and Gender group at CMI.