Master's theses written in the field of GenDip.
Salima Ismayilzada: IS INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS TOO HARD FOR AZERBAIJANI WOMEN? MFA Azerbaijan as A Gendered Institution
Tove Wikehult: THE EXPERIENCES OF DIPLOMATS POSTED IN HARDSHIP COUNTRIES – A GENDERED STORY? Interviews with diplomats posted in Kabul and Baghdad
Iryna Mikhnovets: FOREIGN POLICY AND ITS FRAMING TO DIFFERENT AUDIENCES A qualitative study of Swedish feminist foreign policy communication in four countries
Moa Haeggblom: OH, HOW PRETTY YOU WOMEN ARE TALKING ABOUT SECURITY A qualitative perspective on how female internal mediators in Colombia view gender as affecting their influence in peace negotiation
Signe Stahlénius: I GOT 99 AMBASSDORS, BUT A WOMAN AIN’T ONE. A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Relationship between Female Representation in Parliament and the Gender Distribution among Ambassadors.
Ani Dimitrova: Women in diplomacy: equal or different? The impact of the gender equality and the economic status on ambassador appointments.
Moez Dharsani: Institutional Gender Patterns in the European External Action Service