Research & Publications

Knowledge is power. Without it, programs and projects created with the best intentions will fall short of their goals, resources may be used inefficiently and their ultimate impact may become questionable. On a rolling basis, Paper Crown engages in gender and development research that seeks to further our in-depth understanding and knowledge of gender issues globally and to inform international dialogue and effective approaches to these critical issues. We also use this research to inform and improve our own programming, and contribute our insights to external publications ranging from topical magazines to academic journals. Research results will be made publicly available on our website.

To check out some of our work, click on the links below:

Our PCI Board of Directors also engages in research on a consultancy basis and has applied expertise in the following areas:

  • Democracy, governance and civil society
  • Gender-based violence
  • Social and behavioural change for gender equality
  • Human rights and security
  • Post-conflict reconciliation and nation building
  • National gender machineries
  • Children's rights and the girl child
  • Gender and education
  • Feminist theory and applied feminism
  • Transitional justice and peace building
  • Gender, the state and South Africa
  • Gender, the state and Rwanda
  • Gender and politics
  • Gender and development
  • Engaging men for gender equality