Vanita Thind examines Nepal’s system of slavery and how it is being eradicated.
Author: Vanita Thind
Vanita completed her MA in International Conflict and Security at the University of Kent, Brussels School of International Studies. Prior to that, she received her Honours BA in International Studies from Glendon College, York University. In her final year at Glendon College, Vanita was invited to be a Junior Research Fellow for the European Union Centre of Excellence at York University for her role as a coordinating member of a conference on contemporary Germany. During Vanita’s year abroad, she was actively involved in organizing a conference on the international implications of the Arab uprisings, and she has also worked with the Home Government Department for the Model NATO Youth Summit (MoNYS 2013). Vanita’s research interests are broad, but her main focus relate to conflict resolution, international relations, the Syrian non-international armed conflict, NATO’s security policies, and international humanitarian and criminal law.
The Subject of an Intractable Conflict
Vanita Thind on Kashmir and why it is an intractable conflict.
The Military Intervention in Libya and the CSDP: Optimism vs. Reality
Vanita Thind on the military intervention in Libya and how it demonstrates that the CSDP crisis management operations remain more of an aspiration than something attainable.
The Republic of India: A Dangerous Place for Women?
Vanita Thind on the issues surrounding gender-based discrimination in India.
Canada’s Role in Syria
Vanita Thind visually presents Canada’s response to the situation in Syria.
The Fierce Women of Syria: Asserting their Role in Syria’s Civil War
Vanita Thind on the role of women in Syria’s civil war.
Empowering Afghan Women through Population Engagement
Vanita Thind on female empowerment in Afghanistan and the international community’s role.