What We're Reading

March 2021 | Celebrating Women’s Contributions to the RESOLVE Network

In honor of Women’s History Month, we are excited to highlight RESOLVE publications by women authors. With rapidly changing and complex dynamics in the study of conflict, security, and violent extremism, the significant contributions of women are often overlooked or misrepresented. At the RESOLVE Network, we recognize that our growth and development are due in no small part to the amazing work of women committed to enhancing and informing P/CVE research, policy, and practice. The publications in this month’s What We’re Reading offer a glimpse at the unique perspectives and critical insights that women authors have brought to RESOLVE.

Resolve Publication
Hilary Matfess
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2020-06-09
This report seeks to document women's forms of participation in both community-based armed groups (CBAGs) and peacebuilding in areas affected by CBAG violence in sub-Saharan Africa, with ...
Resolve Publication
Kris Inman
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2019-10-01
This chapter reviews research fundamentals, from formulating a research question to research ethics, which are easy to overlook in applied research conducted to understand countering viol...
Resolve Publication
Jessica Moody
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2020-07-06
Côte d'Ivoire is home to around 200,000 traditional hunters known as the dozo. These traditional hunters are common throughout West Africa and have often filled gaps in state security p...