ATIAF ALWAZIR

Lead Associate

Atiaf has extensively worked and lived in the Middle East and North Africa focusing on gender, peace and security issues. Her area of work includes human rights, gender equality, communications and the intersection of art and politics with non-governmental organizations and research institutions in Egypt, Lebanon, Tunisia and Yemen. She engages in academic writing and lecturing, as well as social media advocacy. Specific expertise includes research, writing, policy analysis and project management. Some of Atiaf’s academic work has looked into gender issues and detention.





Gender, Peace and Security
In Brief #5: How do Yemeni women use art as a tool for peacebuilding in times of war?

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NICOLA POPOVIC

Co-Founder and Director of Gender Associations

Nicola has mainly focused on issues such as the implementation of UNSCR 1325, international law at the domestic and regional level, on gender-sensitive security sector reform and on the prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence in peacekeeping missions. She holds a Masters (LLM) in International Peace Support Operations, as well as a degree in Political, Social and Communication Science. Nicola has lived and worked in Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe and South and West Africa. She has developed, implemented and evaluated training programmes, action-oriented research, projects, as well as policy development processes for the United Nations, different governments and NGOs.

NICOLA POPOVIC

Co-Founder and Director of Gender Associations

Nicola has mainly focused on issues such as the implementation of UNSCR 1325, international law at the domestic and regional level, on gender-sensitive security sector reform and on the prevention and response to sexual and gender-based violence in peacekeeping missions. She holds a Masters (LLM) in International Peace Support Operations, as well as a degree in Political, Social and Communication Science. Nicola has lived and worked in Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe and South and West Africa. She has developed, implemented and evaluated training programmes, action-oriented research, projects, as well as policy development processes for the United Nations, different governments and NGOs.