Experts from the ECR2P give their take on contemporary issues of human protection

ECR2P post-graduate researcher, Richard Illingworth, reflects on the relationship between R2P and cosmopolitan demands of human protection.   Recently, we marked 15 years since the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) was unanimously adopted by heads of state at the 2005 UN World Summit. In light of this landmark, I use this...

Dr Sarah Teitt, Deputy Director of the Asia Pacific Centre for R2P, offers some key insights on centralising gender within atrocity prevention frameworks.   For years, academics and practitioners have highlighted that the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) are mutually reinforcing commitments, while at...