Míla O’Sullivan Researcher

Míla O'Sullivan is a Researcher at the Centre for Global Political Economy. Her research interest straddles feminist international relations, feminist security studies and feminist political economy. Through her focus on gender and war, the UN Women, Peace and Security agenda, gender and diplomacy and feminist foreign policy, she explores institutions of security governance (NATO, OSCE), foreign policies of Central European countries and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, including through field research. Her research also addresses decolonial issues, the politics of knowledge production and East-West feminist dialogue. She studied International Relations and Diplomacy at the Anglo-American University in Prague (Mgr.) and International Relations and European Studies, a joint doctoral programme of the Institute of International Relations and the Metropolitan University Prague (Ph.D.). In the past, she worked on human rights in civil society organizations Otevřená společnost o. p. s. and Open Society Fund Prague. At present, she is a Lecturer of feminist security studies at Charles University. She serves in Czech government advisory bodies as a member of the Committee for Institutional Security of Gender Equality at the Government Council for Gender Equality and a member of the Interdepartmental Working Group for the Women, Peace and Security Agenda.


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