The Guardian referenced the GGP/IGIS publication "Women in Peace and Security through United Nations Security Resolution 1325" (.pdf) in this article on the impact of the Resolution 15 years after its passage.
Mikaela is an M.A. candidate of International Affairs at the Elliott School of International Affairs. In this capacity, she explores topics of international development and global gender equality.
The Elliott School's largest M.A. program — International Affairs — has added "Global Gender Policy" to its curriculum as a major field. The Global Gender Policy field provides knowledge of global gender policy challenges and programs, expertise in research methods, and exposure to critical skills and toolkits. It will equip students with the ability to pursue and succeed in the increasing number of careers that value global gender expertise.
The Global Gender Program (GGP) comprises Elliott School faculty, staff, students, alumni, and affiliated professionals who are dedicated to improving the health, education, rights and security (HERS) of women and girls internationally and to reducing gender-based exclusion, violence, and discrimination in these four areas. Founded in 2010, GGP pursues its mission through teaching, research, and policy/public engagement.
Everything the Global Gender Program does is based on the premise that Gender Equality Matters.