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Women for Stability and Security

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Women’s Engagement in Military International Verification Activities

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The 2011 Vienna Document 2011 on confidence- and security-building measures remains one of the cornerstones of European security. It enhances trust and confidence among participating states of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) and allows for intrusive verification measures by the OSCE states. Despite the significant success achieved by many OSCE participating States in increasing the number of women in their armed forces, the number of women who participate in military verification (under this Document) remains low. This article contains information regarding international military cooperation related to the verification of military activities in which women’s involvement remains low. It also provides suggestions for further research concerning the reasons why so few women participate in the military verification activities and for ways to increase their participation.

Affiliations: 1: Confidence- and Security-Building Measures Officers, OSCE Conflict Prevention Centre Master of Arts in International Relations, Webster University Vienna, Maria.brandstetter@osce.org ; 2: Former Intern at OSCE Conflict Prevention Centre and at the Delegation of the European Union to the International Organizations in Vienna; Master in International Relations; Master of Advanced International Studies (MAIS), Diplomatic Academy of Vienna/University of Vienna; Master of Advanced International Studies (MAIS), Diplomatic Academy of Vienna/University of Vienna, isabellaneri23@gmail.com

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2016-07-13
2017-11-20

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