25 years of the Centre for Gender and Violence Research

On Monday 15 June 2015 the Centre for Gender and Violence Research in the School for Policy Studies celebrated its 25 year anniversary.

Set up in 1990 by co-founders, Ellen Malos and Gill Hague, the group has grown from its first project on housing funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to a centre of ten staff and more than ten PhD students from across the world, and is now one of the largest such centres.

The significance of the date gave us an opportunity at our yearly conference to reflect on the work of the centre and our founding principles, to take stock of the work we have done as well as to look forward and to think about where we want to be in the future.

Read more on the School for Policy Studies blog.

Centre PhD students around the world

This presentation shows the titles and locations of our past and current PhD projects.

Key books from the CGVR and partners

This presentation displays the influential books that the centre and partners have produced over 25 years.


This film explores, through interviews, 25 years of work by the centre.

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