On April 13, the NATO Association of Canada sponsored a book launch forDeploying Feminism: The Role of Gender in NATO Military Operations, the most recent book by Dr. Stéfanie von Hlatky, Associate Professor, Queen’s University, at the Royal Canadian Military Institute in Toronto. Dr. Madison Schramm, Assistant Professor, University of Toronto, moderated the discussion. The Read More…
Tag: Women in International Security Canada
Today’s Reporter, Tomorrow’s Historian: The Story of Sgt Donnie McDonald and Operation REASSURANCE
Canadians are proud contributors to international peace and security. Eric Jackson tells the story of Sgt Donnie McDonald, an Imagery Technician deployed to Latvia for over seven months as part of Operation REASSURANCE.
Canada and Gender Equality: Progressive Champion of Women’s Rights or International Laggard?
Canada continues to promote gender equality abroad. However, is it doing its fair share at home? Jenny Yang discusses Canada’s reflective look on gender equality.
Interview with Stefanie von Hlatky: WIIS-Canada & gender mainstreaming in security
In this interview, Mégane Visette asks Prof. Stefanie von Hlatky about WIIS-Canada, her research on gender mainstreaming, and her gender training project at NATO.
#16days at NAOC – #16jours à NAOC
#16days at NAOC, our stance against gender-based violence. #16jours à NAOC, notre position contre la violence genrée
Happy 16th Anniversary UNSCR1325: Make a wish, blow your candles, now what?
In this Editor’s Forum, we asked our editors’ view on the UNSCR1325 progress towards gender justice in security. In light of the 16th Anniversary of the implementation of UNSCR1325, are we actually progressing towards gender justice in security? How are you encountering gender as a concept in your respective programs?
Event Summary: Women in Security & Peacekeeping
Event summary of our Women in Security and Peacekeeping panel discussion on Wednesday, December 9, 2015.