Yasmin Chilmeran is an Ernst Mach research fellow at the oiip in 2021. She is also a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs’ Middle East and North Africa Programme. She completed her PhD at Monash University’s Centre for Gender, Peace and Security in 2020. Yasmin’s research interests centre on gender and security issues in post-conflict settings generally – with a focus on the Middle East region and Iraq in particular. She specifically examines questions on women’s participation in peacebuilding, civil society, and the implementation and contestation of international gender frameworks in post-conflict settings, including the Women, Peace and Security agenda.
- Doctor of Philosophy, International Relations, Monash University, Australia 2020
- MA, International Relations, Monash University, Australia 2014
- Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Swedish Institute of International Affairs (2020 – ongoing)
- Project and Research Officer, Monash University’s Centre for Gender, Peace and Security (2017-2019)
- Workshop fellow, American Political Studies Association MENA 2019 Workshops: Women and Politics – MENA Experiences, 2019
- Yasmin Chilmeran and Jenny Hedström. (2021) Reflexivity and Fieldwork in Feminist Peace Research. In: Richmond O., Visoka G. (eds), The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Peace and Conflict Studies. Palgrave Macmillan
- Columba Achilleos-Sarll and Yasmin Chilmeran, ‘Interrogating the “Local” in Women, Peace and Security: Reflections on Research on and in the UK and Iraq.’ International Feminist Journal of Politics, 22(4), (2020), pp. 596-605
- Yasmin Chilmeran and Jacqui True. (2019). The Political Economy of Women’s Peacebuilding. In (ed.) Nicholas Lemay-Hebert. Handbook on Intervention and Statebuilding. Edward Elgar. 323-338
- Yasmin Chilmeran and Nicola Pratt. (2019). The Geopolitics of Social Reproduction and Depletion: The Case of Iraq and Palestine. Social Politics. 26(4). 586–607.