erin cooper osf policy specialist

Erin Cooper

Program Manager

Erin Cooper is a Program Manager with Our Secure Future. She graduated from the University of Denver with a Master’s in International Studies with specializations in Security and Human Rights focusing on human trafficking, human security and the relationship between security policy and international development. At the University of Denver, she served as the Deputy Director for the 2019-2020 academic year for the Human Trafficking Center. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Pittsburgh for her Bachelor’s degree where she double majored in History and Political Science with a concentration in American Legal History. She has previously interned for the U.S. Mission to Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) with the Department of State, One Earth Future with Our Secure Future, and the International Rescue Committee. Prior to the University of Denver, she served as an Education Volunteer with the Peace Corps in rural Thailand, worked as an operations manager in a retail store, and is a certified yoga instructor.

ecooper@oneearthfuture.org

Blogs

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Women, Peace and Security: The first 100 Days and Beyond

January 20, 2021
Recommendations for the new Biden Administration about Women, Peace and Security.
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30 Days of (t)Ruth

October 01, 2020
A tribute to Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s thoughts and quotes on women in leadership, stereotypes on the basis of sex/gender, and human rights.
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Global Women’s Groups Honored in Memory of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean

July 16, 2020
Grassroots women-led groups given the 2020 Distinguished Partners for Women, Peace and Security Award in honor of Maeve Kennedy Townsend McKean.
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Mobilizing Men as Partners for Change

June 22, 2020
The Women, Peace and Security agenda, as laid out by UN Security Council Resolution 1325, presents many opportunities to transform the peace and security sector.
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Women Wednesday: Melanne Verveer

September 17, 2019
“Investments in women are positively correlated to growth, prosperity, stability, democracy, health - and vital to our national security. We cannot write off the talent of half the world and expect to confront our challenges.”
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Brave Girls Film Review

August 28, 2019
Brave Girls tells a universally relatable coming-of-age story about rebellion against societal expectations, falling in love, and how the consequences of your decisions can shape the rest of your life. Following three young women from Dholka, India, the film shows how they are charting their own... more
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What Happens When (Feminist) People Win

August 22, 2019
A July 2019 opinion piece from Ms. magazine titled “What Happens When (Feminist) Women Win,” by Dr.
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Indigenous Women and the Women, Peace and Security Movement

August 09, 2019
 Epidemic. Crisis. Genocide. These are all words used to describe the sheer volume of violence Native and indigenous women face in North America. How can the Women, Peace and Security movement be leveraged for the benefit of indigenous women?