Every year the regional master’s programmes of Global Campus of Human Rights select the best master theses of the previous academic year. The selected seven GC master theses cover a range of different international human rights topics and challenges. Adding to the GC master theses, are selections of Master’s theses which most programmes award on a yearly basis
Browsing Awarded Theses by Author "Arcidiácono, Pilar"
Once the Cold War came to a close, the essence of peacekeeping operations changed in terms of their function and composition. There was a dramatic increase in the number of operations undertaken worldwide and the function associated with traditional peacekeeping operations evolved into multiple tasks undertaken by an increasing number of civilian personnel. Since then, international civilian peacekeepers deployed in the field of UN peacekeeping operations began to face numerous challenges and threats that had an impact on their personal security and safety as well the execution of their tasks which were essential to deliver effective humanitarian assistance according to the specific mandates of the UN peacekeeping missions.
(Global Campus of Human Rights, 2021)
Ryan, Carmen; Arcidiácono, Pilar
Between 2015 and 2021, gender budgeting went from being a tool used by a pioneering municipality in gender policies to being part of Argentina’s federal government's plan of action and a policy in development for fourteen provinces. The national initiative, and the subnational experiences developed before and after it, are added to a concert of international voices that speak to us about the potential of incorporating the gender perspective into public accounts. Throughout this thesis, the plots behind this recent gender budgeting experience are surveyed under the developments both by international human rights law, academia, and comparative experiences.
Keywords: gender budgeting; gender equality; feminism; fiscal policy.