Professor Erin Baines of the UBC School for Public Policy and Global Affairs contributed to the landmark study of crimes against humanity in the Conjugal Slavery in War partnership hosted by York University, engaging policy makers, scholars and practitioners to consider how men’s and women’s relationships are shaped by settings of coercion. UBC graduate students Ketty Anyeko (PhD candidate in the Interdisciplinary Student Graduate Programme) and Tinashe Mutsonziwa (Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs) participated in exchanges, policy outreach and research, exploring new questions regarding gender and conjugal slavery.

Learn more about the study on the York University website.

For more information on the Conjugal Slavery in War partnership, please visit the website.

Photo Credit: Erin Baines