Anna Möller-Loswick Policy Officer
Anna is Policy Officer at Saferworld. Her role includes a focus on the role of emerging global actors in conflict-affected states; peace and the 2030 Agenda and gender, peace and security. Prior to joining Saferworld, Anna did a Masters in Comparative Politics (Conflict Studies) at LSE, where she wrote her dissertation on third-party management of spoilers during the implementation of peace agreements in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
Previously, Anna interned at the UN Office on Sexual Violence in Conflict, served as Assistant Attaché within the Security Policy Group at the Permanent Mission of Sweden to the United Nations and as Project Assistant at the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom. She has also been a research fellow for Gold Mercury International on a consultancy basis, where she conducted research on international peace and security issues. Anna speaks English and Swedish and intermediate French. She holds a BSc in Political Science from Uppsala University.
Issue areas/specialisms: Emerging global actors, 2030 Agenda, Gender
Languages: English, Swedish
Publications and articles:
- Building a more peaceful, just and inclusive society in Bangladesh, 2016
- Gender, peace and security and the 2030 Agenda: A way forward for South Africa, Saferworld, SALO, 2016
- International Women’s day – a great time for South Africa to “step it up for gender equality” and advance the UN 2030 Agenda , 2016
- China-Africa FOCAC Summit: how China can help African countries advance peace in the 2030 Agenda, 2015
- Promoting peace through the Sustainable Development Goals: What role for the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation?, Saferworld, SALO, 2015
- From agreement to action: Building peaceful, just and inclusive societies through the 2030 Agenda, Saferworld, 2015
- Goal 16—Ensuring Peace in the Post-2015 Framework: Adoption, Implementation and Monitoring , 2015
- Measuring peace from 2015: An indicator framework at work, Saferworld, 2015