Míla O’Sullivan

Researcher, Institute of International Relations Prague
Internal PhD Student, Institute of International Relations and Metropolitan University Prague


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Employment

2018 – present: Editor of Book Reviews, Czech Journal of International Relations, IIR Prague
2017 – present: Researcher, Institute of International Relations Prague
2012 – 2017: Consultant, Researcher (e.g. Aperio, EPLO, C2C Solutions Group, Verité)
2007 – 2012: Open Society p.b.c. (Otevřená společnost, o.p.s.)
2006 – 2007: Open Society Fund Prague

Education

2016 - present: Internal PhD Student, Institute of International Relations and Metropolitan University Prague
International Relations and European Studies (Doctoral thesis focus: the role of feminist IR scholarship in policy making and practice of regional security organisations)
2006 – 2008: Master’s Degree in International Relations and Diplomacy, Anglo–American University, Prague
2003 – 2006: Bachelor’s Degree in Politics and Society, Anglo–American University, Prague

Foreign Research Fellowships, Internships

09/2017: Women, Peace and Security Course, London School of Economics and Political Science, Centre for Women, Peace and Security

Areas of Interest

Gender in international relations
Gender dimension of peace and security in theory and practice
Women, Peace and Security agenda in Czech foreign policy
Women, Peace and Security agenda in Ukraine and in the context of Central and Eastern Europe
Gender mainstreaming in institutions of global security governance

Languages

Czech – native
English – fluent
German – passive
Russian – passive

Publications

Scholarly Articles (in peer-reviewed journals and journals with impact factor)

Conferences and Seminars

  • O'Sullivan, M. (2018): "Being Strong Enough to Defend Yourself": The Women, Peace and Security Agenda amidst the Conflict in Ukraine, 13. 9. 2018. 12th Pan-European Conference on International Relations A New Hope: Back to the Future of International Relations, Prague, 12-15 September 2018.
  • Women, Peace and Security agenda in Ukraine in the midst of Neoliberal Policies, Militarization and Nationalist Feminism. 5th European Workshops in International Studies (EWIS), Groningen, 6. - 9. 6. 2018.
  • Krulišová, K. - O’Sullivan, M. (2017): Women, Peace and Security Agenda in the Czech Republic & Central, Eastern and South-eastern Europe. Approaches to UNSCR 1325 in Central, South-eastern and Eastern Europe. UN CSW 62 side event, New York, 12 March 2018.
  • Gender and NATO: From Military Operations to Defence in the Baltics. Panel Discussion. IIR Prague, 25. 6. 2018.
  • Workshop "Implementation of the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda". Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, 16. -17. 2. 2018.
  • Closed Seminar: Institutional Abuse in the Australian Military. How can it be addressed? IIR Prague, 7. 6. 2017.

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