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About Chloé Lewis

Chloé Lewis is a DPhil candidate in the Department of International Development at the University of Oxford where her research focuses on responses to sexual violence in the DRC. She was a Policy Research Fellow with the Working Group on Women, Peace and Security in 2013-2014 and a researcher for the Human Rights Center Sexual Violence Program at the University of California, Berkeley. Chloé is a member of the Missing Peace Young Scholars Network.

Articles by Chloé Lewis

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Constitutional conventions: best practice

UN resolution 2242: gender, generation, and counter terrorism

Key issues that remain unresolved within the Women, Peace, and Security agenda include: the nature of gender, the advisability of including counter terrorism efforts, and generational gaps within the movement.

The invisible migrant man: questioning gender privileges

Gendered approaches to migration often emphasise the experiences of female migrants, at times privileging their assumed vulnerability, as a necessary counter to the ‘privileged’ status of men within contexts of migration and beyond. To whom is this approach beneficial?

Religion, gender and migration: beyond 'obedience vs agency’

It is time that debates surrounding religion and migration in the UK move beyond the almost monolithic focus on Islam, recognising the multiple and fluid ways in which religion shapes, and is in turned shaped by, experiences of migration, says Chloé Lewis

Justice for asylum seekers in the UK?

Proposals to reform legal aid in the UK will leave asylum seekers ever more dependent on the good will of solicitors and 'justice through benevolence', say Chloé Lewis and Azeemah Kola

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