Rosie Dalheim

Rosie Dalheim

Research and Advocacy Intern

Rosie is a Research and Advocacy Intern for GNWP. She is currently pursuing an MSc Conflict Studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science. She holds a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Politics and International Studies and Minoring in Islamic Studies, and a Diploma in French, from the University of Melbourne. She is currently the Social Media and Outreach Coordinator of the London Conflict Review, and sits on the Editorial Board.

Prior to commencing her Masters, Rosie worked as a Programme Consultant with UN Women’s Civil Society Division, working to advance civil society strategic partnerships, expanding the scope of work from traditional women’s rights organisations to a diversity of other partners. Her work focused on advancing meaningful youth engagement particularly within Generation Equality, including working with the Beijing+25 Global Youth Task Force. Rosie was also a focal point of the UN Women’s youth council, advocating for stronger and more consistent rights for young staff.

Previously, Rosie has worked in the NGO sector with UNAA, on community engagement and outreach on the sustainable development agenda within the Australian community, with a focus on youth and adolescents.

Rosie holds experience working with young women and girls and co-creating initiatives that centre the decision making and power of young people and is passionate about strengthening synergies between the WPS and YPS agendas. Her research interests include gender and post-conflict justice and reconciliation; and militarisation and its gendered and racialized basis and effects.