Congratulations Ishita Aggarwal

Congratulations! ?IWRP’s Ishita Aggarwal was awarded the Queen’s Young Leaders Award Programme Fellowship in June 2018 – here she is at Buckingham Palace with the Queen and other awardees from all over the globe!

Welcome Georgia Coles

We welcome Georgia Coles who has just joined IWRP as our newest Research Assistant. She has a major in Global Development Studies and a minor in Women’s Studies from Queen’s University.  Georgia has worked in Uganda and will be able to contribute to our work there as well as other research projects.

Herstory Website

Fantastic resource – the herstory of women, law and development – in this new website.   http://www.wld-history.net/

Queen’s Young Leaders Award Programme Fellowship awarded to IWRP’s Ishita Aggarwal

We are thrilled to announce that IWRP Research Associate Ishita Aggarwal has just been awarded the Queen’s Young Leaders Award Programme Fellowship. We are very proud of her! —- Ishita has been with IWRP for 3 years now. She has also been an Access and Equity Student Blogger at U of T Student Life Blog, Founding Member […]

Dr. Elizabeth Bruch publishes new book

We are very pleased to announce that our International Advisory Committee member Dr. Elizabeth Bruch of the University of Washington Tacoma, USA has published a new book entitled “Human Rights and Humanitarian Intervention: Law and Practice in the Field” (Routledge, 2016).  Here’s a link: https://www.routledge.com/Human-Rights-and-Humanitarian-Intervention-Law-and-Practice-in-the-Field/Bruch/p/book/9781138190559 Human rights, peacekeeping, and humanitarian intervention have emerged in the past decades as important […]