Anahita Parsa

Policy Fellow
Nuclear Disarmament | Intersectional Approaches | Nuclear Diplomacy

Anahita Parsa is a Policy Fellow working on the Nuclear Responsibilities and Inclusive International Security programmes. Previously, she was Programme Manager at the Middle East Treaty Organization, working on the establishment of a Weapons of Mass Destruction Free Zone in the Middle East. Anahita was involved with the United Nations’ UN75 initiative, coordinating and speaking at conferences on intercultural and intergenerational dialogues specifically related to peacebuilding, gender and disarmament. She was also Advocacy Manager of SCRAP Weapons.

Anahita focuses on nuclear disarmament, WMDFZs, and is particularly interested in exploring the application of intersectional approaches (e.g. gender, decolonial thought) to peacebuilding and diplomacy, and their implications for nuclear policymaking. She has an MA in International Studies and Diplomacy, from the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS, University of London, having previously completed her BA in Politics and International Relations at SOAS.

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