Gender Specialist, PhD Candidate at the Institute of International Relations Prague and the Metropolitan University Prague
Mila O’Sullivan has over 10 years of experience in advancing gender equality and women’s rights in the Czech Republic and internationally. She has been engaged in policy and advocacy work for the Open Society Fund Prague, Open Society p.b.c. and other civil society organisations, focusing mostly on gender in development and peace and security contexts, but also on gender diversity and gender audits of companies and local governments.
As a PhD Candidate at the Institute of International Relations Prague, she is researching the role of feminist international relations scholarship in policy making and practice of regional security organisations, namely the EU, NATO and the OSCE. Her areas of scholarly interest include gender in international politics, gender dimensions of peace and security in theory and practice or feminist theories of international relations.