The Micro-Level Effects of Civil Wars on Multiple Dimensions of Women's Empowerment
Funded by the European Research Council
Does violence in civil wars affect women’s empowerment and gender relations? This question is at the heart of WarEffects, a research project (2022-2027) funded by the European Research Council and led by Carlo Koos, Associate Professor of Political Science at the Department of Government at the University of Bergen.
In this project, we will explore if, how, and under what conditions violence in civil wars affects women's empowerment in particular and gender relations more broadly at the subnational and individual level. Empirically, we will combine survey experiments, archival data, GIS, and qualitative field research in Colombia, DR Congo, and Sri Lanka. Our goal is to significantly advance knowledge at the intersection of peace and conflict research, gender studies, and development economics.
11-13 September 2023: WarEffects team members Juliana Tappe and Carlo Koos at the Conflict Research Society at King's College London
23 May 2023: Call for applications: 1 PhD fellowship (4 years) - call closed, recruitment finalized
27 January 2023: Call for applications: 1 postdoctoral positions (4 years) - call closed, recruitment finalized
30 May 2022: Call for applications: research assistant (6 months) - call closed, recruitment finalized