LSE WPS has two core outlets for regular publication of written work: the LSE Women, Peace and Security Working Paper Series and blog. Both publish regularly and are freely available.
The Working Paper Series is an outlet for reseach findings, academic arguments, position papers and policy briefs; the blog provides analysis and opinion in the broad field of women's human rights, gender, peace and security.
The Working Paper Series and blog are complemented by specific policy reports, event proceedings and other occasional papers.
Annual report: Read the Centre for Women, Peace and Security's report on LSE WPS teaching, research and engagement activities in 2016.
The LSE WPS Working Paper Series is an outlet for academic arguments, position papers and policy briefs. It showcases work in progress by academics and researchers from any discipline and sector in the field of women, peace and security research and practice. Learn more.
The LSE WPS blog aims to make a gender analysis of peace and security available in an accessible way for a wide readership. The blog draws primarily on the expertise of members of the Centre for Women, Peace and Security, with occasional posts by guest contributors. blogs.lse.ac.uk/wps
Preventing/Countering Violent Extremism and Women, Peace and Security: Concepts, Practices and Moving Forward. Centre for Women, Peace and Security, August 2017. Read the Key Issues Report.
Recommendations for the UK National Action Plan on women, peace and security. Centre for Women, Peace and Security, May 2017. Read the recommendations.
Experts' Meeting: Sexual Violence in Conflict and the UK's Women, Peace and Security Agenda. Centre for Women, Peace and Security; Women for Women International; Gender Action for Peace and Security; 31 October 2016. Read the Chairs' Summary.
Regional Approaches to Combating Violence against Women: The Istanbul Convention Christine Chinkin's speaking notes for a talk delivered at LSE WPS workshop, 4 February 2016. Read the notes (PDF).
Report to the UN expert panel reviewing the implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1325 Read the report (PDF).