Tara Dillon

Tara Dillon

Project Specialist

Tara has strong experience in international affairs, with a focus on gender and civilian protection. She received her Master’s Degree in International Affairs from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver. Prior to joining Our Secure Future, Tara worked as reporter and producer for a major news organization in New York as well as for UN Women, working on a project detailing the different roles women take in conflict.

tdillon@oneearthfuture.org

Blogs

women refugee camps

Transformative Approach to Gender Mainstreaming in Refugee Camps Needed

June 25, 2018
A transformative approach to gender mainstreaming, in which data is collected, analyzed, and used in a way that fits the new social structures can better help the displaced population rebuild their lives.

The Call for Men in WPS: The Role of Male Allies in a So-Far Female-Dominated Agenda

June 19, 2018
The WPS agenda presents the opportunity to make formal peacemaking and peacebuilding processes and structures more inclusive, effective, and sensitive to the needs of the entire population. However, the agenda will not be fully successful without the inclusion of men.

A Case for Gender Mainstreaming in Peacekeeping Missions

May 29, 2018
Evidence shows that the presence of women in peacekeeping operations has a positive effect. Yet, the number of female peacekeepers sent to the field remains low. 

Lack of Female Representation at Davos Shows Gap in Global Leadership

February 23, 2018
Another World Economic Forum (WEF) has come and gone, but something was missing amongst heads of state and business leaders: women.