Nadira Mukhamejan is a master’s student in International Master in Security, Strategy and Intelligence (IMSISS) with a BA in International Relations from the Kazakh-German University. As an assistant of the UNESCO Chair of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in Central Asia, she analyzed regional water policies and legislation, and produced policy-oriented studies as an intern at the Kazakhstan Institute for Strategic Studies. Additionally, as a member of the Central Asian Youth for Water and the country coordinator at the COY16 she worked on advancing youth participation in environmental decision-making. Nadira is fluent in Kazakh, Russian, English, German, and currently learning French. As a member of Swiss Water Partnership Youth, now she is implementing “WH2O? for Youth” project aimed to create an youth-friendly digital platform for mapping Swiss water stakeholders. Her research interests include gender security, water security and governance in Central Asia. She will be joining GCSP as a fellow on the Human Security, Climate and Health cluster to learn more about the the intersectionality between gender and environmental security.
Ms Nadira Mukhamejan
MA Candidate, Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies (IMSISS), University of Glasgow
27 June 2022