The NATO Civil Society Advisory Panel (CSAP) on Women, Peace and Security has invited KWN Executive Director Igballe Rogova to rejoin this prestigious Panel.
This comes five years after Rogova completed her term as a panel member from 2016 to 2018 on the first CSAP ever established.
The invitation signals international recognition of Rogova’s expertise and extensive experience with the Women, Peace, and Security Agenda, as well as her valuable insight in supporting NATO to improve its implementation of this Agenda.
Rogova through this advisory panel will be advising NATO on its operations around the world drawing on her experience of over two decades in monitoring the implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace, and Security in Kosovo.
The new mandate of the panel commences in 2023 and extends until 2026. The first meeting took place today, Dec. 18, via Zoom, while the upcoming second meeting is scheduled to be held at NATO headquarters in Brussels in January.
Rogova raised several key issues there in the past and looks forward to continuing to contribute.