Despite the prevalence of security threats facing adolescent girls in conflict and crisis contexts, write Katrina Lee-Koo and Eleanor Gordon, they are rarely engaged in efforts to identify or address these threats. This enables the continuation of high levels of violence against them and compromises peace-building efforts
Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Monash University
Eleanor has worked for over twenty years in the field of conflict, security and justice, including over a decade in management and advisory roles with the UN and other international organisations in conflict-affected environments.
Her research and practice focus on inclusive ways in which to build security and justice after conflict.