Young Leader in Foreign and Security Policy Fellow; Organizer 'Just Governance for Human Security' at CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation
Ashley Müller is a Young Leader in Foreign and Security Policy Fellow at the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), part of the Global Fellowship Initiative. She is also on the executive committee for ‘Just Governance for Human Security’ an event part of the Caux Forum, an international peacebuilding platform based in Switzerland with the CAUX-Initiatives of Change Foundation.
Previously based in the UK, Ms Müller worked as a consultant for Initiatives of Change in project management in three focus areas: ethical leadership, trustbuilding, and sustainable communities. At the same time, she was elected as UK National Coordinator for Creators of Peace, a grassroots women’s peacebuilding programme, where she delivered training for women from over fifty countries across the UK, in Switzerland, India and Canada. In London, Ms Müller was formally trained in facilitation techniques with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution and informally with the Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) in London. She has spoken internationally and participated in social justice research projects in China, Taiwan, Japan, the USA, Morocco, the Netherlands, Ukraine, the UK and Switzerland
Ashley is a Swiss-Canadian that speaks English and Mandarin Chinese, with basic levels of French. After living in Taiwan for nine years, she aims to focus future research on East Asia, specifically on the relationship between human and state security. She holds two Bachelor’s degrees, one in International Development, one in Political Science from the University of Calgary in Canada.