Tuesday, 24 May 2022
Женщины – “неотъемлемая часть своей страны и её сопротивления”. С таким посланием Катерина Черепаха, президент организации “Ла Страда – Україна”, обратилась к миру в своём апрельском выступлении в Совете Безопасности ООН. В своей речи она также подчеркнула возросшую незащищённость женщин и девочек в отношении угрозы похищения, пыток и убийства. Теперь ...
Saturday, 30 Apr 2022
Жінки є «невід’ємною частиною країни та її опору» – з таким посланням звернулася до світу президент організації «Ла Страда-Україна» Kaтeринa Чeрeпaхa, виступаючи перед Радою Безпеки ООН у квітні. У своєму виступі вона також підкреслила високу вразливість жінок і дівчат щодо загроз викрадення, катувань та вбивств. Тепер ми знаємо, що жінки ...
Friday, 29 Apr 2022
Women are an “integral part of her country and its resistance.” This was the message that Kateryna Cherepakha, President of the organization La Strada-Ukraine, communicated to the world when speaking before the UN Security Council in April. Her speech also highlighted increased vulnerability of women and girls to the threat ...
Norwegian (mother tongue), English (fluent), German (basic).
Understand and communicate well in Scandinavian languages (Danish and Swedish).
2017- : Deputy Director at PRIO
2015- : Director of the PRIO Centre on Gender, Peace and Security, Peace Research Institute Oslo, PRIO.
2014- : Senior Researcher, PRIO.
2006-2015: Researcher and Project Manager, The Gender, Conflict and Peacebuilding Project, PRIO
2005-2009: Associated researcher, Liberal Peace and the Ethics of War Project, PRIO.
December 2004 - April 2005: Acting director of the Department for International Politics, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI).
January 2004-2005: Researcher and co-ordinator of the UN programme on Peacekeeping and Multinational Operations, NUPI.
February-December 2003: Adviser, UN Section, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
1995-2003: Co-ordinator and later director of The Training for Peace in Southern Africa Project, NUPI.
February-May 1995: Research Assistant at the UN Programme, NUPI.
1994-1995: Student scholarship, UN Programme on Peacekeeping and Multinational Operations, NUPI.
2016- : Core Group member of the NATO Civil Society Advisory Panel (CSAP)
2015- : Member of the UN Secretary-General's Peacebuilding Fund Advisory Group
2015- : Member of the board, the United Nations Association of Norway
2014: Member of the independent committee for the Student Peace Prize 2015, a prize which is awarded by Norwegian students biannually, as part of the International Student Festival in Trondheim (ISFIT).
2013- : Member of the Union Board at PRIO (Forskerforbundet)
2003- : Member of the advisory board of the United Nations Association of Norway, Section East.
2010-2013: Member of the Foreign Ministry Advisory Committee on Security Policy (Sikkerhetspolitisk utvalg)
2009: Co-founder of the Women and Security (WaS) Network – a network comprising of women from academia, public sector (ministries such as Foreign Affairs and Defence), NGOs and public information professionals working with/on defence, security and foreign policy issues.
2009- : Initiated and coordinates the Research Network on Gender, Peace and Security, comprising of approximately 50 researchers from various research institutions in Norway. Meets twice a year to discuss ongoing and new research projects/ideas, exchange information and accommodate research collaboration.
2014: Dr. Polit. Degree in Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Oslo.
1995: Master's Degree in Political Science (cand. polit.), University of Oslo.
1992: Bachelor Degree (in political science, social anthropology and examen philosophy), University of Oslo.
1989-1990: One year course in development studies, Agder Regional College, Kristiansand.
1988-1990: One year course in political science, Molder Regional College.
GPS Policy Brief
Book Chapter in Gender Equality and Nation Branding in the Nordic Region
Journal Article in Foreign Policy Analysis
Book Chapter in The Oxford Handbook of Women, Peace, and Security
Journal Article in Tidsskrift for kjønnsforskning
Popular Article in Dagsavisen
Popular Article in PRIO Blogs
Book Chapter in Women, Peace and Security: from Civil War to Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Book Chapter in Gendering Diplomacy and International Negotiation
On February 4th, the PRIO GPS Centre hosted a webinar on Norway's work on the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) Agenda in the UN Security Council.
On January 20th, the members of the EuroWARCHILD project team met for the first time for a full-day workshop to kick off the project.
The PRIO Gender, Peace and Security Update (GPS Update) is an electronic newsletter launched by the PRIO Centre on Gender, Peace and Security in response to growing interest among the public for information about Gender, Peace and security Issues.
The NORHED II project, Partnership for Peace: Better Higher Education for Resilient Societies and the Research School on Peace and Conflict invites applications for the PhD-level course Gender, Peace and Conflict to take place in Oslo on 23 – 25 May 2022.
On December 9th, the PRIO GPS Centre and Gender Research Group held their third workshop for the Strategic Initiative on Men and Masculinities Research at PRIO. The workshop focused on masculinities and militarism, and kicked off with a public digital seminar and had PRIO Global Fellow Erik Melander, PRIO Senior Researcher Louise Olsson, and Lieutenant Colonel Michael Baas Bottenvik-Hartmann as panelists, with Henrik Syse as moderator.
This fall the PRIO GPS Centre and Gender Research Group are collaborating on a strategic initiative to build more research focusing on men and masculinities at PRIO.
In recent years, there has been a growth of research which focuses on how gender shapes men's lives, including in peace and conflict research. Through different thematic workshops this fall, PRIO researchers and other collaborators will be meeting to identify where masculinities can fit into PRIO's research, and to develop innovative and new project proposals.
The project kicked off with a seminar by PRIO Global Fellow Jacqui True in August, and three workshops will be taking place throughout the fall at PRIO, covering topics such as men’s engagement for Women, Peace, and Security, violent extremism and masculinity, and masculinities and militarism.
The PRIO GPS Centre contributes to a new course on Gender, Peace and Conflic at the Centre for Gender Research (STK) at the University of Oslo, taking place for the first time this autumn. Professor Inger Skjelsbæk (PRIO and UiO) is the course leader. This autumn Wenche Hauge, Senior Researcher at PRIO, has given the students a lecture on peacebuilding and Torunn L. Tryggestad, Director of the PRIO GPS Centre, has given a lecture on UN Security Council Resolution 1325.
On 9-10 September 2021, around 20 researchers met for a hybrid online-offline workshop to share their research on specific cases of ethical issues in peace negotiations and mediation. The workshop was part of the PRIO project 'On Fair Terms: The Ethics of Peace Negotiations and Mediation' (FAIR) and included both PRIO researchers and researchers from across the world.
The PRIO Gender, Peace and Security Update (GPS Update) is an electronic newsletter launched by the PRIO Centre on Gender, Peace and Security in response to growing interest among the public for information about gender, peace and security issues.
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