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.
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