State of Emergency in Solomon Islands (0)

Published on Fri, 5/06/20 | News, Research

In a recent article in Policy Forum, Dr Anouk Ride and Gina Kekea outline how the State of Emergency in Solomon Islands is creating problems of governance and trust of civil society in the ability of government to uphold their citizen’s interests. The article also points to critical reviews of use of emergency powers by … Read more

Women in security in Pacific Islands (0)

Published on Thu, 14/05/20 | News, Research

Women still lack adequate influence in setting security agendas, yet there is evidence that significant gains can occur when a more gender-sensitive and inclusive approach is taken, Anouk Ride and Meg Keen write in this analysis on Policy Forum:

New report on family violence services launched today (0)

Published on Tue, 26/11/19 | News, Research
New report on family violence services launched today

A new report “Women’s Experiences of Family Violence Services in Solomon Islands”  was launched today in Honiara as part of the celebrations for the 16 Days of Activism  Against Gender Based Violence. The Solomon Islands Government has taken a number  of measures including the gazetting of the Family Protection Act 2014 (FPA) in April  2016. … Read more

Herstory film wins Best Feature Film at Native Lens Film Festival (0)

Published on Wed, 13/11/19 | Film in the Pacific, Films, News, Uncategorized
Herstory film wins Best Feature Film at Native Lens Film Festival

At the inaugural Native Lens Film Festival in Honiara, a team of local    and international judges awarded the film “Herstory: Women working in corrections” coproduced by the Correctional Services  Solomon Islands (CSSI) Women’s Network and Sukwadi Media the  award for Best Feature Film 2019. Herstory is a participatory  documentary film that tells the stories … Read more

Social Attitudes to Violence Against Women and Girls – What messages work? (0)

Published on Tue, 12/11/19 | News, Research, Uncategorized

Working for the Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs of the Solomon Islands, Dr Anouk Ride collaborated with local researchers on the first social marketing research about attitudes to violence against women and girls to be conducted in the Pacific Islands region. The pilot study details the most appropriate messages to stop violence … Read more

Herstory film in competition in regional film festival (0)

Published on Thu, 17/10/19 | Film in the Pacific, News

The UK High Commission and CSSI have funded one of the pioneering women in corrections, Inspector Dorothy Siru and CSSI Women’s Network Chair Wendy Gebe to attend the Ânûû-rû Âboro Film Festival from 18-26 October at Pwêêdi Wiimîâ (Poindimié). The two women will represent the film, produced by Sukwadi Media with funding support from Australian … Read more

Economic participation of young women report launched (0)

Published on Thu, 17/10/19 | News, Research
Economic participation of young women report launched

A new report “Enhancing the Economic Participation of Vulnerable Youth Women in Solomon Islands” financed by the World Bank’s East Asia and Pacific Umbrella Facility for Gender Equality was launched today. The study, including field research designed and overseen by Dr Anouk Ride, identifies constraints to, and effective measures for, increasing the economic participation of … Read more

After the Switch – the New China-Solomon Ties, Conflict and International Aid (0)

Published on Fri, 4/10/19 | News, Research

An analysis of the impact of the switch in bilateral relations from Taiwan to China is provided today in a new article by Dr Anouk Ride published in Australian Outlook, the online publication of the Australian Institute of International Affairs. An outline is given of implications of the switch for conflict, with some guidance about … Read more

Infrastructure, conflict and the Pacific (0)

Published on Wed, 28/08/19 | News, Research

In a recent article for the Australian Institute of International Affairs, Dr Anouk Ride argues that donors need to be more cognizant of, and responsive to, local conflict risks in where and how infrastructure is delivered. Using the example of Solomon Islands, she tracks the impacts of previous infrastructure decisions on conflict and gender equality … Read more

Herstory: Women working in corrections 1986-2018 (0)

Published on Mon, 1/07/19 | News, Publications, Research
Herstory: Women working in corrections 1986-2018

“Herstory: Women working in corrections” book  tells the stories of pioneering women working in prisons in Solomon Islands and how collectively they fought for women to be considered equal to men in the male-dominated security sector. Sukwadi Media worked with the CSSI Women’s Network over nine months on this participatory research and media project to … Read more