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Annalise Moser

Annalise Moser is a gender and development specialist, with a focus on peace and security issues. Her areas of work have included providing gender policy advice to governments, developing a community-based gender-sensitive conflict early warning system, delivering training in gender-sensitive M&E, developing guidelines on gender, peace and security programming, and conducting research and analysis on a variety of gender-related issues.

Anna Keye

Anna Keye is a Program Assistant in the Advocacy and Policy program at the International women's Health Coaltion (IWHC) where she works on advocacy campaigns at the UN related to sexual and reproductive health and rights and coordinates trainings for youth advocates from all over the world.

Natalie Raaber

Natalie is a researcher and policy analyst and has worked together with feminist and women’s rights groups, social justice actors, the UN, and government on a range of policy issues.

Afifa Faisal

Afifa is a gender specialist, with a particular interest in protecting and promoting women's rights in developing countries. She holds a master’s degree in Gender and Social Policy from the London School of Economics where she analyzed social policy, planning and practice through the gender lens. Her master’s dissertation focused on the extent to which microfinance institutions implement the socially transformative conceptualization of women’s empowerment.

Allison Boehm

Allison Boehm has worked with international NGOs in Japan, Sri Lanka and New York for over a decade on issues of peace, women’s rights, disarmament and development.  For GNWP, Allison has authored country Policy Briefs based on GNWP’s annual civil society monitoring report on UN Security Council Resolution 1325.

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