Maria Baginska graduated from the University of Toronto with a Hon. B.A in History, Psychology and a minor in Political Science. She is interested in security and development issues, with a particular focus on women’s rights. Maria is currently a MGA Candidate at the Munk School of Global Affairs. This past year she was involved in Munk School Graduate Student Conference as a Point Person for Social Barriers to Health Care Provision Panel and designed a workshop on developing advocacy campaigns. She was also an Assistant Producer in the student-led initiative Global Conversations, and Associate Editor at JILIR, as well as a Compliance Analyst for the G20 Research Group at UofT. This summer she will be working with Burma Border Projects as a Programme Development Intern and is interested in learning more about refugee and migrant issues, especially regarding access to comprehensive health care services. Twitter: @marysiabag
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A Tightrope of Commitment: UNSCR 1325

Maria Baginska examines the United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 and questions the international community’s commitment to women’s involvement in security negotiations, as well as their overall rights.